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Registration Opens for AABP Conference

New Orleans will host the American Association of Bovine Practitioners’ 48th annual convention.

FDA Permits Longer Use of Canine Anti-vomit Drug

Cerenia Tablets no longer carry a time limit in older dogs.

Mississippi State Rescues Abuse Victims’ Pets

Safe Haven for Pets welcomes animals in need of temporary shelter because of domestic violence.

Putney Releases Another FDA-Approved Generic

Tiletamine-Zolazepam is an FDA-approved generic of Zoetis’ Telazol.

Comment Now on Future of Compounded Drugs

The FDA may allow animal medications to be compounded from bulk ingredients in some cases.

Vet School’s 3-D Printer Adds Personal Touch

Mississippi State University is making plastic replicas of patients’ damaged spines and skulls.

Apoquel Anti-itch Drug Remains in Short Supply

More veterinarians are prescribing Apoquel, but Zoetis has little to say about continuing production issues.

Webinar on Animal Health Sector Set for July 7

Two Brakke consultants will discuss the state of the U.S. animal health industry.

Ontario Veterinary College Hires Wichtel as Dean

Dr. Jeff Wichtel has been serving as an associate dean and professor at the University of Prince Edward Island.

Blood Storage Study Offers Hope for Sick Birds

Using DMSO as a cryopreservant someday could generate a greater supply of avian blood.

Fire at Texas Vet Clinic Kills 38 Pets

Kimbrough Animal Hospital is gutted, but its owner plans to rebuild.

372 Vets Dropped From U.K. Registry

Failure to renew their RCVS membership makes hundreds of veterinarians ineligible to practice.

Drugs in Livestock Feed Put Under Vet Supervision

AVMA supports a new federal rule on the judicious use of antimicrobials in livestock feed and drinking water.

CSU Vets Refine Art of Artificial Tissue

Dean Hendrickson, Fausto Bellezzo and their company, SurgiReal, produce fake skin for surgical training.

FTC Open to Wider Veterinary Drug Market

Veterinarians face growing competition from retail outlets, and the trend is likely to continue for better or worse.

K-State Unveils Test for New Dog Flu Strain

The Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory uses sequencing to identify H3N2 and help in the search for a vaccine.

Pets Best Reaches $100 Million in Payouts

The milestone is a victory for pets and a defeat for economic euthanasia, the insurer states.

It’s B-a-a-c-k! Livestock Virus Returns

Cases are reported in Texas, New Mexico, Utah and Arizona.

Tuskegee Grad Wins Bayer Communications Award

Dr. Chad Malpass topped 26 other finalists in the third annual contest.

British Vets Rank High on Trust Scale

94 percent of people trust the veterinary profession generally or completely.

Vet Techs Take Lead on Heartworm Education

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