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Dog Noses as a Diagnostic Copilot?

While dogs might not be part of diagnostic tools, their ability to detect cancer can help doctors do the same.

WSU Vet Establishes Veterinary Laparoscopic Training Program

The Veterinary Assessment Laparoscopic Skills (VALS) training program, created by Boel Fransson, DVM, provides training and certification for interested board-certified veterinary surgeons.

OSU, Blue Buffalo Mark First Clinical Trials Office Anniversary

"Our relationship with Ohio State is consistent with Blue Buffalo's philosophy of giving back and supporting studies that advance veterinary medicine," said Bill Bishop, company founder and chairman.

The Veterinary Cooperative Partners with Veterinary Products Inc.

The Veterinary Cooperative helps members compete against big-box stores and corporate accounts, according to the company.a

UC Davis Vets Remove 5-Inch Heartworm From Cat's Femoral Artery

Stormie, a Siamese cat, had a history of heartworm disease.

Florida Commits $16M to Veterinary Student Scholarships

The UF Veterinary Access Scholarship Program was created to help reduce student debt.

Some States Look to Allow Noneconomic Damages Against Vets

Allowing for recovery of noneconomic damages would place an enormous burden on veterinarians by raising the costs of veterinary insurance," wrote the AVMA.

Morris Animal Foundation Funds 11 Wildlife Research Studies

The grants, which total $775,866, will cover a wide-range of studies.

Penn Vet State Funding Still Has a Chance

The $30 million in state funding comprises 20 percent of the vet school’s annual budget.

Bad News for Vet Students: Loan Interest Rates Increase

The interest rates for federal student loans increased on July 1, according to the AVMA.

Nominate an Equine Vet for American Farrier Journal Hall of Fame

Know a veterinarian who has contributed to the knowledge of horse foot health? The American Farrier Journal is looking for nominations.

Veterinary Social Work Program a Success for this Vet Hospital

The Pittsburgh Veterinary Specialty and Emergency Clinic recently hired a veterinary social worker to help staff and clients with mental health issues and grief counseling.

Zoo Elephant Undergoes Successful Cancer Procedure

Juno, an Asian elephant at El Paso Zoo, was treated with electrochemotherapy.

Study: Pet Owners More Satisfied with Clinics That Play Classical Music

The study also found owners reported less pet anxiety and aggression with dogs in an exam room versus out in the waiting room.

The One Vet Student Story You Need to Read Today

"I'm not OK."

Hill's Announces Assistance Dog of the Year for 2017

Scout, a 5-year-old Golden Retriever, earns the title and a two-year supply of Hill's Science Diet dog food.

Vets, Doctor, Treat Elderly Gorilla at Brookfield Zoo

Treatment for Ramar, a 49-year-old western lowland gorilla at Brookfield Zoo in Brookfield, Ill., required the services of a veterinary dentist and a human orthopedic surgeon.

Vet Saves Dog Bitten by Coral Snake

The veterinary team at BluePearl Veterinary Partners hospital in San Antonio, Texas, encountered their first coral snake bite case and saved Elvis too.

Surgical Program for Vet Interns Helps Shelter Pets

Veterinary Speciality Center in Buffalo Grove, Ill., launched Shelter Animal Surgical Service to help shelter pets who need surgical procedures.

Study Reveals Ways to Determine Surgical Margins for Feline Tumors

Research from Oregon State University can help surgeons avoid removing noncancerous tissues in cats with feline injection-site sarcoma.

Researchers Repair Nonunion Fractions With Bone Regrowth Tech

Orthopedic surgeons at UC Davis utilized the technology to help repair bone injuries in dogs.

Kristen Levine Launches 1st Annual Pet Anxiety Awareness Week

Kristen Levine Pet Living will raise awareness about pet anxiety starting June 25.

Winn Feline Awards 11 Study Grants

The foundation has awarded $214,000 for 11 feline health studies.

Average Annual Salary for Veterinarians Tops $100K

The Occupational Employment and Wages report from the U.S. Department of Labor Bureau shows veterinarians are earning a higher salary, but not enough to pay off student debts.

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