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How to Include Exotics in Your Vet Clinic

Several ways to change your clinic to provide the best care possible for parrots, small animals and reptiles.

Common Medications and Household Items That Can Poison Dogs

An overview, plus a guide on how to treat your patients.

Why You Should Refer Your Clients to Equine Specialists

And how it's good for both you and your clients that you have a second opinion.

Maxillofacial Disease? Why You Should Consider a CT Scan

How computed tomography can help detect subtle hard- and soft-tissue abnormalities of the maxillofacial region.

The Idea Competition Sparks Veterinary Student Innovation

One contest leads three student teams to win prizes to fund ongoing development of their new industry product concepts.

What Kind of Veterinary Surgeon Are You?

10 questions to ask yourself.

Zoetis, AAVMC Announce 315 Scholarships to Vet Students

The winners of the 2017 Zoetis Veterinary Student Scholarship Program were presented at the 2017 Student American Veterinary Medical Association.

IDEXX Initiative Seeks to Minimize Radiation Risks

Lower the Dose aims to help the veterinary industry improve in-practice radiation safety.

Kansas State Vets Perform Cataract Surgery on Young Gibbon

It might be the first surgery in the world on a gibbon that young.

3 Years into Million Cat Challenge, Vets, Shelters Save 750,000 Cats

Nearly 1,100 shelters have participated in the program founded by two veterinarians.

Texas Colleges Bring Canine Anatomy VR to SXSW

A collaboration between the Texas A&M's Veterinary College and Visualization Department helped created a virtual exam room where vets can learn canine anatomy.

Antimicrobial Resistance is Theme for This Year's World Veterinary Day

Those who work to promote this year's theme can enter a competition to win the World Veterinary Day Award, says World Veterinary Association.

Study: Universal Canine Vaccination Eliminates Human Exposure to Rabies

Merck Animal Health released a study that found a One Health approach is the most cost-effective away to reduce rabies exposure.

Illinois Vet College Releases Video Teaching Officers How to Treat Police Dogs Who Overdose on Opioids

The video from the University of Illinois is in response to police and other working dogs overdosing on potent opioids while searching for drugs, and needing to be treated with naloxone.

Merck Announces Call for Submission for New Poultry Award

Winners of the High Quality Poultry Science Award will have the opportunity to present their research at the Merck Animal Health High Quality Poultry Congress.

Penn Vet Announces First Student in New VMD-MBA Program

Melanie Kirshenbaum of Westchester County, N.Y., joins the program, which trains students to advance the science and business of food animal production.

Nationwide Study Shows Short-Nosed Dogs Are Less Healthy

The “Nationwide Brachycephalic Breed Disease Prevalence Study March 2017 was released at this year's WVC.

Ontario Vet College Ranked Top Vet Science School in Canada

They are also the third best veterinary school in North America, and the sixth best veterinary school in the world, according to QS World Rankings.

Free Eye Exams for Service Animals Returns for its 10th Year

The National Service Animal Eye Exam Event is sponsored by American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists and Stokes Pharmacy.

Zoetis, HABRI to Promote Human-Animal Bond Research in New Campaign

"The Pet Effect" campaign features humorous videos, smart social media posts and other things that veterinarians can share with pet owners to explain the health benefits of the human-animal bond.

UC Davis No. 1 In Veterinary Science Field

QS World University Rankings named the school No. 1 for the second year in a row.
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