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Where Did All the Vet Techs Go?

NATVA's 2016 survey reveals the challenges vet techs face, which leads to high turnover.

Mazuri Launches Veterinarian Resource Center Facebook Page

The page will provide exotic animal practitioners articles, facts, success stories, management tips.

NIH Issues Grant to Further Canine Cancer Research

The grant, awarded to various colleges and groups, will fund a study aimed at understanding the interactions between cancer and the immune system in dogs with naturally occurring tumors. The researchers will then apply that knowledge to the understanding of human cancer.

UC Davis Seeks Cats with Chronic Gingivostomatitis for Study

The purpose of the University of California, Davis School of Veterinary Medicine study is to use stem cells to treat cats with chronic gingivostomatitis that have not had full mouth dental extractions.

What You Should Know About Emotional Support Animals

And how you can help your clients find out where they can register their pet as an emotional support animal.

Early Bird Registration Now Open for WVC

The annual event will be held March 5 to 9, 2017.

Saskatchewan Vet College Gets New Learning Center

A new learning center at the University of Saskatchewan Western College of Veterinary Medicine supports advanced learning with high-tech animal models.

Harmful Algal Blooms Survey Seeks Ohio, Michigan Veterinarians

The Ohio State University is asking for Ohio and Michigan veterinarians to complete a short survey to assess veterinarians’ knowledge and practices related to Harmful Algal Blooms.

WSAVA, Hill's Announce 2016 'Next Generation' Veterinary Award Winner

The winner is Julie Stafford, DVM, a veterinarian from Alaska.

Kansas State Gets FDA OK for Pilot Project on Antibiotic Use

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently approved a $1.5 million grant for Kansas State University veterinary researchers to monitor antibiotic use in beef feedlots and dairies.

NC Vet College Celebrates 20-Year Partnership with Turtle Rescue Group

The North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine and the Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center recently held a special release of five rehabilitated turtles to mark a 20-year partnership to preserve and protect sea turtle populations.

10th Annual Pet Obesity Awareness Day Survey Held October 12

The Association for Pet Obesity Prevention (APOP) is asking veterinarians to send in information about their patients so they can get a better understanding of pet obesity in the United States.

Food for Thought About Pet Nutrition

How to become the go-to source on pet nutrition for your veterinary clients.

UofG to Enhance Infectious Disease Research Facilities

The University of Guelph will receive more than $30 million from the federal and provincial governments to enhance research and innovation facilities.

When to Spay/Neuter Cats? Vet Consensus Says Fix by Five Months

Esther Mechler of Marian’s Dream and Joan Miller of Cat Fanciers’ Association teamed up to create the Veterinary Task Force on Feline Sterilization, with a goal to come to a consensus on when to spay and neuter felines.

OSU Implements Dynamic Respiratory System for Horses

The Dynamic Respiratory System is designed to help Oklahoma State University veterinarians evaluate the respiratory function of performance horses.

UC Davis Seeks Dogs with Pulmonic Stenosis

The University of California, Davis School of Veterinary Medicine is recruiting dogs with pulmonic stenosis for a new clinical trial.

Winners of 2016 American Humane Hero Veterinarian and Hero Veterinary Technician Awards Announced

The awards were presented to Dr. Natalie Isaza, from Gainesville, Fla., and Kim Knap from Urbana, Ill. at the American Human Hero Dog Awards, which will be broadcast on the Hallmark Channel in October.

Wildlife Vets Create ‘Snowshoes’ for Injured Mockingbird

When the California Wildlife Center in Malibu, Calif., found a mockingbird with knuckling feet, the veterinary staff came up with a creative way to treat her.

UC Davis Veterinarians Help Return Bald Eagle to Wild

The eagle made a remarkable recovery. Initially, UC Davis wildlife specialists though the eagle's injuries were too severe to return him to the wild.

Pennsylvania Researchers Unveil Similarities in Canine, Human Blinding Disease

Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania recently published a study surrounding the similarities between a subset of human patients with Leber congenital amaurosis and dogs with the mutation.
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