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Vet Techs Take Lead on Heartworm Education

A new team called Merial Tech Champions will work with veterinary technicians nationwide.

3-D Printers Help Vets Prep for Surgery

From Ohio State to China, the future is now when it comes to making replicas of animal bones.

What Google’s Mobile Changes Mean to Vet Practices

When the Google giant roars, it’s best to listen and respond.

‘Veterinary Nurse’ May Become Protected Title

Legislation seeks to outlaw the use of “veterinary nurse” by people not registered with the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons.

Bizarre Meals Cost Pet Owners Plenty in Vet Bills

Retrieving a foreign body from an animal’s mouth is easy compared with one that gets into the small intestine.

Salmonella Outbreak Tied to Crested Geckos

Simple precautions can help keep the disease in check.

WSAVA Focuses on Stopping Pain in Animals

48 veterinary organizations throw their support behind new pain management guidelines.

LifeLearn’s ‘Dr. Sofie’ Aims to Know All the Answers

A cognitive computing program powered by IBM’s Watson spits out answers to veterinary questions.

UC Davis Gives Cat New Eyelids

A young cat named Billie suffered from eyelid agenesis.

Drug Developer Jaguar Raises Millions in IPO

Coming soon may be Canalevia, a treatment for canine diarrhea.

Petplan Looking for Best in Veterinary Field

Awards will be handed out to an outstanding practice, veterinarian, vet tech, practice manager, receptionist and pet owner.

Prommune, IAH Relocating to KC Corridor

One animal health company is planning a move from Nebraska and the other from Australia.

Help Select Hero Vet, Vet Tech

Online voting ends July 13 in an annual contest honoring veterinary professionals.

AVMA Chooses 3 Congressional Fellows

Drs. Rachel Cumberbatch, Honorata Hansen and Lauren Stump will represent the veterinary profession as scientific advisers.

Trupanion Enjoys Spike in Customers, Sales

More than 250,000 pets have medical insurance through Trupanion.

Blue Buffalo Faults Supplier for Wide Use of Byproduct Meal

The legal case between two giant pet food manufacturers heats up.

Idexx Responds to Outbreak With H3N2 Dog Flu Test

The H3N2 Influenza Virus RealPCR Test is available as a standalone and with other panels.

Patterson to Buy Animal Health International

Two major distributors of veterinary products and services agree to a $1.1 billion merger.

Careless Dog Owners Could Be in Mess of Trouble

A Tennessee company will register London dogs’ DNA to identify owners who fail to clean up after their pets.

AVMA: Pharmacists Need Veterinary Schooling

The House of Delegates will consider a resolution calling for the education of pharmacists who dispense animal drugs.

Longtime Pet Hospital Shutting Down

Drs. Anna and Alan Sparling, not looking to sell, will simply close their Washington state clinic May 13.
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