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Auburn University Vet School Hires Psychologist

Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine recently appointed Dr. Kathryn Bieri as a psychological counselor.

Penn Vet Teams Up With N.J. Hospital

Mount Laurel Animal Hospital is the first participant in the Penn Vet Affiliates program.

RCVS Enhances Hospital Accreditation System

British veterinary practices can earn “Good” or “Outstanding” awards.

Georgia Opens VetCAMP 2016 Registration

The Veterinary Career Aptitude and Mentoring Program (VetCAMP) is a weeklong opportunity for high school students to explore the field of veterinary medicine.

Merck Launches H3N2 Canine Flu Vaccine

A conditional license is approved less than a year after the emergence of the influenza strain.

IAH Expands Sales Into Baltics, Belarus

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

University of Florida’s Shelter Program Hits $11 Million in Grants from Maddie’s Fund

Over the past 10 years, Maddie’s Fund has gifted more than $11 million to the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine’s shelter medicine education program.

When Breeds Cross, Hybrid Dogs Appear

Border-Aussies, Royal Frenchels and Shepadoodles are not as rare as they seem.

Penn Vet Receives Challenge Match for Shelter Program Mobile Unit

Through the support of the Wiederhold Foundation, all gifts made by December 31 toward the purchase of the mobile unit will be matched, dollar-for-dollar, up to $150,000.

Patterson Adds Voyce Pro to Veterinary Catalog

How is a canine patient doing away from the hospital? The Voyce collar provides answers.

Zoetis Unveils New Drugs for Dogs, Horses

A flea and tick preventive is coming to Europe, while U.S. vets will get an H3N2 flu vaccine and an equine Lepto vaccine.

Biogal Offers Rapid Distemper, Lepto Tests

75-minute test results are available using molecular detection kits.

U.S. Unveils Canine Brucellosis Best Practices

The zoonotic disease can disrupt dog-breeding operations and terminate pregnancies.

Smartphone App Helps Lost Dogs Get Home

VCA veterinary hospitals will promote Finding Rover, a free service already used in more than 200 animal shelters nationwide.

Texas A&M Equine Complex Honors Donors

More than 20 donors were recognized for supporting the first phase in a multi-phase effort to construct a facility dedicated to equine research, education, teaching and outreach.

Merck Plans Takeover of Harrisvaccines

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

UC Davis Hits All-Time High for Sponsored Research Funding

Of the all-time record of $786 million in external research funding, the University of California, Davis School of Veterinary Medicine received $114 million.

Heska Looks Overseas With Purchase of Cuattro

Company plans to sell analyzers, imaging devices and other veterinary diagnostic equipment internationally.

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Virginia Tech’s Veterinary Memorial Fund Celebrates 30 Years

To date, the Veterinary Memorial Fund has raised almost $1.5 million and funded more than 100 research projects.

Ohio State Lures Administrator From KSU

Dr. Roger Fingland is the new executive director of OSU’s Veterinary Medical System.

Veterinarian Removes Rooster Foot from Python's Belly

A literal case of "biting off more than you can chew" had a happy ending thanks to an Australian vet.

'Dr. Dee: Alaska Vet' Premieres November 7

There's a new veterinarian on the television landscape.

Tuskegee Vet School Welcomes New Faculty Members

Drs. Lorraine Linn and Athema Etzioni join Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine associate professor of small animal medicine and associate professor of clinical pathology, respectively.

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