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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.

First Veterinary Classes Underway at Lincoln Memorial

Lincoln Memorial marks the opening of its new veterinary college with a white coat ceremony.

Study Offers Surprising Look at True Health of Cats

Tests and pet owner input show that many cats may not be as healthy as they appear.

OSU Vet Faculty Member Receives Grant to Help Fight Cancer

The long-term goal of NIH’s funded research is to optimize and provide uniform intratumoral delivery of antitumor drugs with real-time control.

Sleepypod Dog Harness Earns Top Rating From Safety Group

The new Clickit Sport was evaluated under the Center for Pet Safety’s Harness Certification Program.

Kindred Unsuccessful With First Canine Drug

Kindred’s CereKin osteoarthritis medication did not perform up to expectations.

The Pet Industry Agrees: More Pet Insurance Regulation in California Is a Good Thing

Dababneh Assembly Bill 2056 is the answer to the California insurance commissioner's call for more pet insurance regulation.

Purina to Offer Brain Supplement in Some Foods

Brain Protection Blend targets risk factors linked to brain aging.

Virgina-Maryland Opens Around-the-Clock Skills Lab

A new lab is designed for all veterinary students who want to practice bandaging, intubation and other clinical skills.

CSU Studies Effects of Climate Change in Polar Bears

A research project led in part by Colorado State University seeks to better understand the impacts of climate change and infectious disease in polar bear populations.

AVMA Economic Meeting Set for Oct. 28

The market for veterinary education, veterinarians and veterinary services will be explained at the AVMA Economic Summit.

U.S. Cracks Down on Sale of Foreign Puppies

Puppies under 6 months old may be admitted to the United States if they are a personal pet, breeding stock, or a show, competition or training dog.

British Vets Forced to Compete With ‘Dr. Google’

Nearly all British veterinarians say their clients’ behavior was swayed by what the pet owners found online.

Purdue to Develop Standards for Dog Breeders

A two-year project aims to produce voluntary best practices in the canine breeding industry.

Virus Hits Livestock Hard in Colorado, Texas

Vesicular stomatitis has been confirmed in 11 Texas counties and eight counties in Colorado.

VPI Wellness Plans Win AAHA’s Endorsement

Veterinary Pet Insurance Co. is in a select group that includes MWI Veterinary Supply and CareCredit.

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