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Summer Camp Helps Prepare High School Students for Vet Careers

The summer camp is now hosted annually by The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine.

N.Y. Clinic Gets Facelift Courtesy of Novartis

Village Vet of Lewiston wins Novartis Animal Health’s Onsior Clinic Makeover contest.

Ceva Animal Health Gallops Into Equine Market

Altresyn, ConfidenceEQ and Tildren are among the first products offered through Ceva’s new equine division.

Trupanion Stock Debuts on NYSE

Pet health insurer raises $71 million in an initial public offering.

Avian Vets Gather In The Big Easy

The 35th annual Association of Avian Veterinarians conference starts August 2 in New Orleans.

Early-Bird Registration Open for VHMA Conference

Registering by Aug. 1 can save attendees $100.

Veterinary Chain to Get New Majority Owner

National Veterinary Associates oversees 244 hospitals in 39 states.

Drug Makers, Compounders at Odds Over FDA Oversight

The Animal Health Institute says “drugs crafted by pharmacies acting as manufacturers” are dangerous and illegal.

Veterinary Medicine Mobility Act Heads to President

The Veterinary Medicine Mobility Act would authorize practitioners to carry drugs away from their registered location and across state lines.

New Heartgard Made for Dogs With Food Allergies

Dogs with food allergies have an alternative to help prevent heartworm disease.

Sterilization Effects Worse for Golden Retrievers Than Labs

When a golden or Labrador retriever is sterilized can play a role in the onset of joint disorders and cancer.

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Residents Receive Award for Work in Canine Cardiology

Drs. Randolph Winter and Lance Visser receive the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine Resident Research Award for work in canine cardiology.

Bill Permitting Off-Clinic Drug Dispensing Passes House

The Veterinary Medicine Mobility Act heads back to the Senate.

4 K-State Students Earn Scholarships in Army Veterinary Corps

The F. Edward Hebert Armed Forces Health Professions Scholarship Program will pay 100 percent of their tuition.

Want To Be A Better Surgeon? Play Video Games!

A study shows that playing video games may help students’ surgery skills.

LSU Hosts Large Animal Health Seminar August 2

The continuing education program at Louisiana State University will feature presentations on equine and farm animal health.

No More Stuck Eggs For This Goose, UC Davis Says

Veterinarians were able to surgically remove eggs from a goose and took measures to prevent it from happening again.

UGA Reports Successful Feline Kidney Transplant

The veterinarians used stem cells harvested from the patient to optimize the cat’s acceptance of the new kidney.

Pets of Low Income, Homeless Owners to Receive More Veterinary Care

The Pixie Project receives a grant to provide veterinary care for pets of financially-struggling owners.

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