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Georgia Vet College to Host Conference in March

The University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine’s 52nd Annual Veterinary Conference and Alumni Weekend is open to veterinarians, veterinary technicians and college alumni.

First-Class Animal Transit Hub Coming to JFK

Dogs, horses, cattle and other animals will be processed and receive veterinary care at The Ark at JFK starting in 2016.

Voyce Dog Monitor Available for Purchase

An award-winning vital signs collar is marketed to dog owners and veterinarians as a way to “connect the dots between visits.”

Registration Opens in April for Free Eye Exams

Thousands of eligible service animals will likely be tested under ACVO’s eighth annual eye screening program.

Donors Bankroll Wisconsin Shelter Program

A shelter medicine rotation, courses, clinical studies and externships are on tap for some veterinary students.

Study: Dogs with Spinal Cord Injuries May Require Customized Treatments

Drug response varied widely between the dogs in the North Carolina State University canine paralysis study, highlighting the need to understand the factors that influence canine response to therapy.

Rabies Booster Works in Some Exposed Pets

JAVMA study is the first to present scientific data on animals with out-of-date rabies vaccinations.

Wildlife, Exotic Animal Medicine Symposium to be Held in April

The symposium will be held at the University of California, Davis.

Interceptor Heartworm Drug Returns Under Elanco

Discontinued by Novartis, Interceptor should be available this spring under new owner Elanco.

Idexx Unveils Kidney Test Breakthrough

A test being added to Idexx profiles may identify the onset of kidney disease about 17 months sooner in cats and dogs.

Henry Schein to Purchase Scil Animal Care

Veterinary products distributor Scil is scheduled to merge with Henry Schein Animal Health in the second quarter of 2015.

New Program Helps Care for Pets after Owners Pass

The program, Pet Promise, is a joint effort between the Oregon State University College of Veterinary Medicine and the Oregon Humane Society.

Ohio State Helps Police Dog with Orthopedic Surgery

The Malinois German shepherd is reportedly doing well after having surgery for hip dysplasia.

Study: Toxoplasmosis in Northeastern Ohio Deer Population Hits 60%

Free-roaming cats are the likely source of the parasitic disease.

How WVC is Expanding the Brand

If you can't make the Western Veterinary Conference, its new On the Road CE course may come to you.

Aja Takes Over as Banfield Chief Medical Officer

The retirement of Dr. Jeffrey Klausner opened a spot for Dr. Daniel Aja.

Drug Maker Putney Celebrates Regulatory Successes

Portland, Maine, company has won five FDA approvals of generic animal drugs over the past five months.

Colorado’s Research Day to be Held Jan. 31

The symposium, hosted by Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences, is free and open to all members of the college community.

Study: Cancer Patients Benefit From Therapy Dogs

A first-of-its-kind investigation documented the impact of animal-assisted therapy on adult cancer patients.

College Vet Bess Pierce Receives Bustad Award

Award winner Bess Pierce is director of the Virginia-Maryland Center for Animal-Human Relationships.

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