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Auburn University’s Anatomy Lab Undergoes $1 Million Renovation

The renovation focused on improving the ventilation system, among other upgrades.

KC Animal Health Corridor Booming

56 percent of global animal health, diagnostics and pet food sales have some link to an area stretching from Columbia, Mo., to Manhattan, Kan.

Study Seeks to Find Deeper Insight on Link between Domestic, Animal Abuse

The University of Sydney has teamed up with Domestic Violence NSW to further its research on the connections between domestic and animal abuse.

Arizona’s New Vet Degree Program Backed by $9 Million Gift

The new program is scheduled to begin fall 2015.

Study Looks at Responsiveness of Anti-Epilepsy Treatments

The Royal Veterinary College says its new research sheds light on why some dogs do not respond to anti-epilepsy treatments.

Is That A Banana? The Story Behind A Popular X-Ray

When Andrew Rambo, DVM, took a peek inside his reptilian patient, he was surprised by what he saw.

They Ate WHAT?! - A Look Behind The Popular Contest

A brief history of VPN's They Ate WHAT?! annual contest.

You Asked For It: More Crazy X-Rays

The annual They Ate WHAT? contest yielded lots more interesting entries that didn't make the magazine.

Pet Insurer VPI Adopting Nationwide Name

Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. will bring all its subsidiaries under the Nationwide brand.

Great Dane Eats 43½ Socks

One of the winners of the Veterinary Practice News annual They Ate WHAT? contest takes the Internet by storm.

Patent Focuses on Alleviating Pain in Cattle Undergoing Dehorning, Castration

The patent, awarded to the Kansas State University Research Foundation, aims to alleviate chronic pain and improve performance of cattle undergoing dehorning or castration.

Dr. Catherine Nunnery Joins Penn Vet’s New Bolton Center

Dr. Nunnery, a large animal ophthalmologist, will begin seeing cases in early September.

Zoetis Releases PEDv Vaccine to Veterinary Market

Zoetis joins Harrisvaccines in winning conditional USDA approval of vaccines against porcine epidemic diarrhea virus.

Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine Welcomes Class of 2018

Veterinary students kick off the next four years at ‘white coat’ ceremony.

NCSU to Host 23nd Annual Dog Olympics Sept. 13

The aim of the event is to celebrate the human-animal bond and raise money for local animal rescue groups.

Michigan State University Co-Hosts 10th Annual Marek’s Disease Symposium

MSU and the USDA’s Avian Disease and Oncology Laboratory recently co-hosted a symposium on Marek’s disease and avian herpesvirus.

Too Many Veterinarians, or a Bubble Market?

How can a scientifically trained profession keep ignoring the facts of too many graduates chasing too few jobs with an ever increasing debt burden?

Former Head of ASPCA Takes Over at PIJAC

The pet industry reacts over the controversial decision to hire former ASPCA executive Edwin J. Sayres as president and CEO of the Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council.

K-State Offers New Course on Regulation of Animal Drugs, Vaccines

The course begins this fall and is available through distance learning or on the K-State Olathe campus.

Banfield Predicts Business as Usual if PetSmart Is Sold

Veterinary clients would not see any meaningful change if PetSmart, the home to many Banfield clinics, changes hands.

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