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Vet Fired After Bragging of Killing Cat

‘My first bow kill’ was how Dr. Kristen Lindsey allegedly described a cat’s death.

Henry Schein Unleashes Puppy Gift Boxes

Volunteers with Canine Companions for Independence can get free dog products from their veterinarian.

U.K. Vet Techs Ready for 2016 Microchip Law

Veterinary technicians in England and likely in Wales and Scotland are deemed adequately prepared to implant microchips in dogs.

Ruby Perry Promoted to Tuskegee Dean

Ruby Perry and former classmates Willie Reed and Phillip Nelson run three of the nation’s veterinary schools.

NexGard Approved to Fight Brown Dog Ticks

Monthly preventive NexGard is indicated to kill four tick species as well as fleas.

Is Your Bookshelf Bare? Enter Our A Veterinary Book for Every Clinic Sweepstakes

Enter to win a copy of "Pain Management for Veterinary Technicians and Nurses," courtesy of Wiley Blackwell.

Study Finds No Evidence of Stress in NYC Carriage Horses

A study conducted by a team from Western University of Health Sciences deemed New York City carriage horses are less stressed than those in pastures.

VPI Reveals Top 10 Pet Disorders

You think you have problems? So do dogs and cats.

2017 AVMA Convention Stays in Indiana

AVMA board of directors supports recent changes to the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.

K-State Hits Road for Mass Pet Sterilizations

Veterinary students on a shelter medicine rotation expect to perform up to 3,500 spays or neuters over the next 12 months.

Help Choose America’s Favorite Vet

The American Veterinary Medical Foundation is looking for a deserving candidate from private practice, research, public health, academia or agriculture.

Arizona Vet School Won’t Open This Year

Pending a visit from the Council on Education, the University of Arizona plans to launch its DVM program in August 2016.

Husband Arrested in Assault on Arizona Vet

Dr. Kerman Dubash of Pusch Ridge Pet Clinic was severely injured in her suburban Tucson home.

Ross Vet School Pens Agreement with Ngee Ann Polytechnic

The agreement aims to help students in Singapore attend veterinary school.

Canine Influenza a New Strain, Officials Say

Researchers from Cornell University and University of Wisconsin say the virus is closely related to Asian strains of influenza A H3N2 viruses.

AVMA, COE Erect Higher Firewall

The Council on Education gains greater independence from the American Veterinary Medical Association.

Skunks at Center of Kansas Rabies Spike

Kansas reports 28 positive rabies tests, a nearly threefold increase, in the first quarter of 2015.

Fill up Your Bookshelf With AVBEC Thursday! Enter Our A Veterinary Book for Every Clinic Sweepstakes

Enter to win a copy of "Atlas of Equine Ultrasonography," courtesy of Wiley Blackwell.

Kansas Vet College Focuses on Infectious Diseases with New Center of Excellence

The Center of Excellence for Vector-Borne Diseases aims to help control infectious diseases in both humans and animals.

Canine Infectious Respiratory Disease or Canine Influenza hits Midwest

The Chicago Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA) recommends dog owners take immediate measures to prevent exposure, while the AVMA has released an overview of canine influenza.

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