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UC Davis to Push for Advanced Disaster Preparedness for Pets, Livestock

The Center for Equine Health at UC Davis says there is "a critical lack of funding and standardization for the animal component of disaster planning."

Zoetis: Lepto Vaccine May Be Used With All Mares

The equine leptospirosis vaccine Lepto EQ Innovator from Zoetis fights Leptospira interrogans serovar Pomona.

Henry Schein to Celebrate Large Animal Vets on Oct. 12

The company is launching the inaugural National Livestock Veterinary Day on October 12.

Veterinary Service Grants Available from USDA

The Veterinary Services Grant Program will be accepting applications soon from veterinarians who want to expand their services to underrepresented areas and rural clients.

IAH Expands Sales Into Baltics, Belarus

Integrated Animal Health beefs up its European presence and hires additional managers.

Merck Plans Takeover of Harrisvaccines

Iowa company has produced vaccines to fight deadly pig, chicken and turkey diseases.

Jaguar Optimistic About Diarrhea Drug

Canalevia may be introduced in 2016 to control chemotherapy-induced diarrhea in dogs.

Zoetis Expands Nebraska Drug Factory

The Lincoln, Neb., plant makes many animal drugs and vaccines, including Rimadyl, Bovi-Shield Gold and Synovex.

EMS: Another Case for Diet and Exercise in Equines

When dealing with equine metabolic syndrome, reducing starches, turning out horses with a grazing muzzle and increasing daily exercise goes a long way toward treating it.

Virus Hits Livestock Hard in Colorado, Texas

Vesicular stomatitis has been confirmed in 11 Texas counties and eight counties in Colorado.

iCVI iPad App Growing In Popularity

The app is a mobile version of the Certificate of Veterinary Inspection application, and is being adopted nationwide.

Vets Stay Legal With Signing of Drug Mobility Act

The Veterinary Medicine Mobility Act protects mobile, rural and wildlife veterinarians in particular.

Drug Makers, Compounders at Odds Over FDA Oversight

The Animal Health Institute says “drugs crafted by pharmacies acting as manufacturers” are dangerous and illegal.

The Pros And Cons of Equine Probiotics

Probiotics have come to the equine market. Veterinarians weigh in on the good and bad of probiotics and horses.

How to Recognize Pain in Horses

The first step to treating a horse in pain is to recognize that pain. Find out how.

Tips for Better Equine Radiographs

Dr. Waldsmith lists common mistakes and offers advice on smarter, more informed digital imaging equipment purchasing.

Acupuncture, Chiropractic Offer More Options In Horse Care

Practitioners say the modalities are especially useful in treating performance problems.

First Woman Equine Veterinarian Reflects On Her Career

Dr. Lose may no longer be practicing, but she is far from retired.

How One Of Our Colleagues Changed The Bovine World

Temple Grandin is a professor at Colorado State University, she lectures on animal handling.

Equine Vaccines Do Best When In Vets’ Hands

Veterinarians must convince equine owners that excising vaccines from their budgets can hurt.

CO2 Laser Uses For Equine Veterinarians

The CO2 surgical laser brings many benefits to equine procedures.
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