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Vets Perform Surgery on Panda Cub to Remove Mass of Bamboo in Intestine

The emergency bowel obstruction surgery saved the life of Bei Bei, a giant panda cub at the Smithsonian National Zoo.

Which Vet Tech School is Best? Community for Accredited Online Schools Ranks Each One

Does your school make the list?

AVMA Report Says Market for Vets is still 'Robust'

The "2016 AVMA Report on the Market for Veterinarians" looked at a number of factors, including employment, income and health.

RUSVM, Bloomberg School Sign Memorandum of Understanding

The Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) explores research collaborations and joint educational activities that will benefit students at both schools.

Oregon State Vets Help Dog with Leg Defects

With their help, Tigger, who has only ever been able to walk on his back legs due to ectrodactyly in his front legs, may soon walk on all four legs.

The New NAVC

As the convention moves to larger quarters, the parent organization plans other changes.

This Vet Drove 900 Miles to Help Horses at Standing Rock

Moved to help the Sioux and their horses, Charmian Wright, DVM, raised funds for medical supplies before driving out to Standing Rock.

Celebrate #GivingTuesday by Joining the Veterinary Care Charitable Fund

A program from the American Veterinary Medical Foundation, this fund allows veterinarians to provide low-cost care for clients and patients that need it most.

Tech Companies, Auburn University Create Longest Synthetic Virus for Canine Cancer Research

The synthetic DNA virus could revolutionize personalized medicine for cancer treatment for both dogs and people.

AVMA Seeking Nominations for Excellence in Veterinary Medicine Awards

Nominations must be made by February 1, 2017.

AAVMC's Tool Compares Costs of Vet Schools

The web-based educational cost comparison tool can help vet students decide the best course for their education and career.

NAVTA Launches Career Center Website

Looking for a job? National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America is here to help with their new Career Center.

Merck, AVMF Partner Together to Offer Vet Student Scholarships

Through the Veterinary Student Scholarship Program, Merck Animal Health and the American Veterinary Medical Foundation are offering twenty $5,000 scholarships.

RCVS Archive Gives Inside Look at British Veterinary History

The website, which is run by a charity associated with the Royal College Veterinary Surgeons, offers "a fascinating insight into the development of the veterinary profession."

New Parasiticide From Ceva: Catego for Cats

Fast-acting, monthly preventive targets fleas and ticks.

Vet Helps Puppy Who Swallowed 18-Inch Metal Rod


USDA, NIFA Award $4.3 Million to 48 Veterinarians

In exchange for three years of service in underserved areas, the veterinarians will have a portion of their school debt paid.

RUSVM Appoints New Dean

Sean Callanan, DVM, brings 25 years of experience in research and veterinary education to the university.

Companion Animal Health Announces Winner of Laser Therapy Contest

Barbie Higginbotham is the winner of the first ever Companion Therapy Laser Technician of the Year contest.

Rural Vet Services Get Boost with $2.3M in Grants

The grants, handed out by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture, are the first to be awarded under a new veterinary services grant program.

Clinical Trial: Cornell Enrolls Cats with Sepsis

Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine is currently enrolling cats with naturally occurring sepsis in an effort to provide insights into why they behave differently compared to other species.

New Treatment Could Prevent Uterine Disease in Cows

University of Florida researchers say that a new biological treatment could prevent dairy cattle from getting uterine diseases.

Michigan Revamps Vet Curriculum with Hopes to Reduce Student Debt

In an effort to reduce student debt, Michigan State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine plans to implement a new curriculum by fall semester 2018.

Cat-Killing Vet Has License Suspended

The lawyer for Kristen Lindsey, DVM, the veterinarian who killed a cat with a bow-and-arrow, vowed to appeal the decision.

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