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Open Letter to AVMA Board Chairman Chip Price – and Responses, March 2015 Letters.

The March 2015 issue of Veterinary Practice News presented an open letter from four noted veterinary professionals to AVMA board of directors chairman Chip Price along with responses from Dr. Price and from Western and Lincoln Memorial universities, which the open letter references.

WVC Hits Road Again for Vet Education

Western Veterinary Conference, after honoring numerous veterinarians in Las Vegas, will hold CE classes in two more cities.

Wound Care Company Oculus Launches Animal Unit

Three over-the-counter MicrocynAH products are released, and a veterinary formulation could be out soon.

Tuskegee Joins VMCAS Clearinghouse

Tuskegee and Tufts are the newest members of the centralized Veterinary Medical College Application Service.

More Pot for Pet Owners Means Pets Get Access Too

Veterinarians brace for rise in pet toxicity cases as more states move to legalize or decriminalize marijuana use.

Vets Hope to Cash in at Global Pet Expo

Two companies operated by holistic veterinarians will push food and calming pet products during one of the industry’s largest events.

Founding Equine Dental Diplomates Announced

The American Veterinary Dental College equine dental specialty was approved in 2014.

Purina: ‘No Quality Issues With Beneful’

A potential class-action case claims Beneful dog food killed or sickened animals across the United States, an allegation the company denies.

Study: Toxoplasmosis Contaminating Central Illinois Waterways

The study, conducted by researchers at the University of Illinois, assessed risk factors for Toxoplasma gondii exposure in semiaquatic mammals.

AKC Updates Website, Logo

The American Kennel Club’s new website is optimized for mobile devices.

Distributor MWI Sold to AmerisourceBergen

Despite the merger, President Jim Cleary and other executives will continue to manage MWI.

Multi Radiance Launches Laser Rental for Pet Owners

Veterinarians can offer the TQ Solo laser for in-home use on a cat or dog.

Don’t Skip Vaccinations, AVMA Advises

Vaccines are crucial to animal health, AVMA says, and pet owners with any concerns should check with their veterinarian.

Virginia Tech Vet College to Host Human-Animal Bond Symposium

The symposium, to be held March 6, is open to all professionals and community members interested in the human-animal bond.

Virbac Strengthens Ties to Heartworm Society

Sponsors of the American Heartworm Society help the organization pay for research and education.

UF Hospital Earns Top Emergency Certification

The University of Florida joins the University of Pennsylvania in having Level 1 veterinary emergency and critical care hospitals.

Georgia Teaching Hospital Set for Debut

Third- and fourth-year veterinary students will tend to small and large animals at the $97 million Veterinary Medical Center.

Wisconsin Vet School to Host Pre-Conference Event

Veterinarians are invited to attend a tour and lab demonstrations March 30 as part of the Dairy Calf and Heifer Association’s annual conference.

More IV Fluid on Way From Australia

Veterinarians and doctors of human medicine have been faced with a long-lasting shortage of sterile fluids.

U.K. Vet Techs Win Full Recognition

The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons adds veterinary technicians to its regulatory responsibilities.

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