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DeVry Education Group Scholarship Fund and Blue Buffalo Foundation Give $60K in Scholarships for RUSVM Students

The scholarships will go to Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine students, especially those specializing in canine and feline health.

PetCure Oncology Plans 30 Hospitals

The radiosurgery provider has clinics in Phoenix, Cincinnati, Clifton, N.J., and Milwaukee.

Petco Retreats From 'Pet Check’ Program

The America Veterinary Medical Association, which persuaded Petco to change the retail chain’s “7-point Pet Care Check,” which could have discouraged pet owners from seeking veterinary care.

Cattle Vets to Gather in N.C.

The American Association of Bovine Practitioners’ 49th annual conference, which will be held September 15 to 17 in Charlotte, N.C.

Texas Bow-Kill Case Still Unresolved

A ruling on Dr. Kristen Lindsey’s veterinary license may not come until January.

Texas A&M Restoring Penguin Eyesight

The longer they live, the more chance penguins have to develop cataracts. That's why Texas A&M is working toward becoming experts in the field of penguin cataract surgery.

Acupuncture Group Continues Push for Specialty

The American Academy of Veterinary Acupuncture is committed to continuing the advancement of veterinary acupuncture.

Cornell Develops Cornea Model of Infection

Researchers at Cornell University’s College of Veterinary Medicine have developed a model to test the effectiveness of drugs for treating feline eye infections.

University of Saskatchewan Achieves Reproductive Firsts for Wood Bison

Veterinary researchers at the University of Saskatchewan have successfully produced bison calves using in vitro fertilization, a world first, they say.

Study: Cats Opt for Healthy Food Over Flavor

No junk food junky felines.

Meet Dr. Steven Shaw: Veterinarian and Professional Golfer

How this veterinarian balances his dual life.

Meet Dr. Clare T. Walker: Veterinarian and Writer

The author has a new book out called "The Keys of Death."

Bravecto Topical Approved for Cats, Dogs

The new spot-on will offer up to 12 weeks of protection.

Retired Vet Begins Epic Cycling Journey

Grahamn Duncanson, BVSc, MSc, is bicycling to raise money for the Animal Welfare Foundation, a British Veterinary Association charity.

Kansas Vet College Partners with Tanzanian University

Kansas State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine and Sokoine University of Agriculture Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in Tanzania have established a twinning partnership through a program administered by the World Organization for Animal Health.

Virginia Tech’s Vet College Names Associate Dean for Research, Graduate Studies

S. Ansar Ahmed has been named associate dean for research and graduate studies at the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech.

Cornell Names Jay Hyman Professor of Wildlife Health

Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine has named Dr. Steven A. Osofsky as the Jay Hyman Professor of Wildlife Health.

UC Davis Vets Warn Horse Owners About the Dangers of Pistacia Trees

Pistacia seeds and leaves, which includes the pistachio, can be fatal if ingested by horses.

Dog Gets Prosthetic Leg, Plays Like a Puppy Again

After Abel had to have his leg removed because of a cancerous tumor, his owners insisted on giving him a prosthetic.

Kansas Vet College Names Head of Anatomy, Physiology Department

Dr. Hans Coetzee will assume his duties as head of the anatomy and physiology department in Kansas State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in October.

MSU Researchers, Vets and Farmers Collaborate on E.Coli Prevention Study

A collaborative Michigan State University study could lead to better prevention practices to limit E.coli bacteria transmissions.
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