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Virginia Tech Holds Inaugural Veterinary Medicine Science Camp

The week-long camp was part of a pilot program to create opportunities for students from underrepresented populations interested in a veterinary career.

University of Guelph Professor Receives Terry Fox Grant

The grant will go toward testing an innovative vaccine in a canine osteosarcoma clinical trial.

Favorite Vet Contest Called Off Due to Bullying

The issue of cat declawing sparks controversy and the harassment of contest finalists.

DNA Test Digs Deeper Into Dogs’ Background

The Genetic Health Analysis not only identifies ancestral breeds, it raises red flags about potential health problems.

MetaStim Adjuvant Added to Swine Vaccine

A reformulated Zoetis vaccine fights porcine circovirus.

Wisconsin Vet School Raises Money to Purchase Armor for Police Dog

The fund drive is part of the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine’s monthly effort to raise money for local charities, most of which benefit animals.

Many Canadian Piglets Low on Iron

An additional round of iron supplementation before weaning could be the answer, according to Ontario Veterinary College.

On-Job Injuries Take Toll on British Vets

78 percent reported bites delivered by small or exotic animals and 90 percent had been scratched.

Zoetis Expands Nebraska Drug Factory

The Lincoln, Neb., plant makes many animal drugs and vaccines, including Rimadyl, Bovi-Shield Gold and Synovex.

Greenies Rolls Out Vet-Only Chew

New dental treat for dogs also addresses cognitive, immune, metabolic and skin health, according to the manufacturer.

Longtime Missouri Clinic Keeps Up With Times

The makeover of 68-year-old Eagle Animal Hospital includes 100 solar panels and luxury boarding rooms.

Penn Vet to Begin Internship Program at Local Shelter

The partnership between the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine and Francisvale Home for Smaller Animals aims to maximize welfare and adoptability of pets.

British Vets Reveal Career Fears

A survey finds that 10 percent just starting out may decide to walk away.

Banfield Report Finds Vet-Client Disconnect

What is preventive care? The answer depends on who is being asked.

Email Campaign Succeeds in Luring Former Clients

Nearly 8 percent of long-lost patients returned after their owners received an email reminder.

$1.2 Million Raised in Seed Funding for Vet24seven

Vet24seven provides veterinary advice to concerned pet owners through their mobile device.

UF Hospital, Referral Services Win AAHA Accreditation

The designation reflects “the high level of veterinary expertise we offer to pet owners and to the referring veterinary community,” a university official says.

Lincoln Memorial Welcomes Second Vet Class

Veterinary school enrollment totals nearly 200 as the Tennessee university hires more faculty and expands its facilities.

Study: Researchers Highlight Underlying Cause of Diabetes in Dogs

The study was conducted by researchers from the University of Pennsylvania and Baylor College of Medicine.

2 Southern California Vets Die in Car Crash

Dr. Diane Defenbaugh was killed along with her daughter, Dr. Kathryn Defenbaugh.

Equine Veterinarian Aiming for Olympics

Dr. Fernando Cardenas is a show jumper when he’s not treating horses.

Annual Pet Vaccinations may be Reduced With KSU Test

Scientists have created a test that could potentially decrease the amount of yearly rabies vaccines for pets.

Texas A&M Develops Vaccine for PDD

The new vaccine treats Proventricular Dilatation Disease, a deadly disease caused by avian bornavirus.

Texas A&M to Host Ruminant Ultrasound Workshop

The workshop, which includes lecture and wet lab, will be held Aug. 29.

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