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Jaguar Seeks Limited Approval of Canine Diarrhea Drug

Jaguar Seeks Limited Approval of Canine Diarrhea Drug

San Francisco drug maker requests minor-use minor-species (MUMS) status for Canalevia.

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FDA Approves Equine Lameness Drug

FDA Approves Equine Lameness Drug

Tildren (tiludronate disodium) is an intravenous solution for the treatment of the most common cause of chronic forelimb lameness in horses.

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AVMA Slams Investigation of Veterinary Industry

AVMA Slams Investigation of Veterinary Industry

National organization says a series published in The Indianapolis Star impugns veterinarians and calls into question their integrity and professionalism.

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BluePearl Jumps in With Penguin Cataract Surgery

BluePearl Jumps in With Penguin Cataract Surgery

Two Detroit Zoo penguins underwent surgery at BluePearl Veterinary Partners in Southfield, Mich.

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All-Inclusive Pet Hotel, Vet Practice Expands

All-Inclusive Pet Hotel, Vet Practice Expands

Dr. Boyd’s Pet Resort & Veterinary Center offers everything from boarding and day care to grooming and veterinary care.

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Aratana Moves Ahead on 2 Canine Drugs

Aratana Moves Ahead on 2 Canine Drugs

Missouri company sees good early results from treatments for osteoarthritis and post-operative pain in dogs.

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Zoetis Unveils FeLV, FIV Combo Test

Zoetis Unveils FeLV, FIV Combo Test

Veterinarians can detect the presence of FeLV antigen and FIV antibodies within 10 minutes through use of a new test from Zoetis.

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Zebu’s Illness Was Tough Nut to Crack

Zebu’s Illness Was Tough Nut to Crack

Acorns were the root cause of kidney failure in a miniature zebu that was successfully treated at the University of Florida.

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How To Become A Vet Tech

How To Become A Vet Tech

Find out how to become a veterinary technician and how long it takes.

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Midwestern Teaching Hospital Off to Early Start

Midwestern Teaching Hospital Off to Early Start

The Companion Animal Clinic is designed to provide learning opportunities for students and serve local pets.

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Lincoln Memorial’s New Center Focuses on Animal Health in Appalachian Region

Lincoln Memorial’s New Center Focuses on Animal Health in Appalachian Region

The center plans to host an annual conference on animal and public health issues beginning October 2015.

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20-Year-Old LifeLearn Unveils New Identity

20-Year-Old LifeLearn Unveils New Identity

A new logo, website, tagline and language-recognition app are the latest developments from LifeLearn.

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Wanted: You as a Supervisor?

Wanted: You as a Supervisor?

There are many reasons you might be promoted to management, and it's good to know why.

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4 Vet School Faculty Joining National Academy of Inventors

4 Vet School Faculty Joining National Academy of Inventors

Drs. X.J. Meng, Yasuko Rikihisa, George E. Seidel Jr. and Janet K. Yamamoto are among 170 fellows who will be inducted in March.

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Major Expansion Underway at D.C. Hospital

Major Expansion Underway at D.C. Hospital

Friendship Hospital for Animals in Washington, D.C., is adding a second floor and enlarging its 6,000-square-foot first floor.

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5 Veterinarian Vines

5 Veterinarian Vines

AKA: How to sum up the veterinary clinic life in six seconds.

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University of Glasgow Adds Penn State to Joint Vet School Program

University of Glasgow Adds Penn State to Joint Vet School Program

Penn State animal science students can begin applying for the program in 2015.

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AKC Foundation Honors 6 Research Fundraisers

AKC Foundation Honors 6 Research Fundraisers

The Orthopedic Foundation for Animals and the Golden Retriever Foundation are among six Distinguished Research Partners.

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PetSmart to be Sold for $8.7 Billion

PetSmart to be Sold for $8.7 Billion

An investment consortium’s takeover of PetSmart should have no impact on in-store Banfield animal hospitals.

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Virginia Tech Relocates Center for Public and Corporate Veterinary Medicine

Virginia Tech Relocates Center for Public and Corporate Veterinary Medicine

The move—from College Park, Md., to Blacksburg, Va.—will allow the center to have a closer relationship with the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine program.

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Former Louisiana Vet Elected to Congress

Former Louisiana Vet Elected to Congress

Dr. Ralph Abraham holds degrees in veterinary and human medicine, and most recently he was employed as a family practitioner.

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$500,000 Dog Park Debuts in Prescott, Ariz.

$500,000 Dog Park Debuts in Prescott, Ariz.

The Beneful Dream Dog Park Contest brings a host of welcome changes to a formerly run-down canine play area.

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AAFP, Colorado Clinic Prep for TV Roles

AAFP, Colorado Clinic Prep for TV Roles

Peak Veterinary Specialists & Emergency and the American Association of Feline Practitioners will be highlighted on “Innovations with Ed Begley Jr.”

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Survey: Most Practices Solicit Pet Owner Input

Survey: Most Practices Solicit Pet Owner Input

72 percent of Veterinary Hospital Managers Association members ask clients for feedback, but the information isn’t always useful.

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How Great a Surgeon Are You?

How Great a Surgeon Are You?

Here are 10 signs to look for.

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Tufts Vet School Launches Master’s Program in Infectious Disease

Tufts Vet School Launches Master’s Program in Infectious Disease

The 12-month program is currently accepting applications on a rolling basis.

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Why You Should Communicate the Value of Preventive Care

Why You Should Communicate the Value of Preventive Care

Without preventive exams, it's more difficult to diagnose dental issues, obesity, arthritis and much more.

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Time For The Top?

Time For The Top?

There are good reasons to move to a management position.

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Cornell Satellite Animal Hospital Receives Level 1 Certification

Cornell Satellite Animal Hospital Receives Level 1 Certification

The certification distinguishes Cornell University Veterinary Specialists as a facility at the highest level of veterinary trauma, emergency and critical care.

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Canine Breed-Specific Considerations for Anesthesia

Canine Breed-Specific Considerations for Anesthesia

Everything you need to know about anesthesia and how it affects the various dog breeds.

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How To Manage Pain In Off-Label Species

How To Manage Pain In Off-Label Species

Neither cat owners nor their veterinarians are happy to see a cat in pain. However, finding agents that relieve feline pain can be problematic.

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AVMA Warns Days Numbered for Soring Bill

AVMA Warns Days Numbered for Soring Bill

A widely supported measure designed to stop the use of pain-producing tactics with performance horses may expire with the current Congress.

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AVMA to Weigh Spay/Neuter Policy Change

AVMA to Weigh Spay/Neuter Policy Change

The House of Delegates may opt to refer to the Association of Shelter Veterinarians for spay/neuter guidelines.

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Silliest Client Behavior Contest (part 3)

Silliest Client Behavior Contest (part 3)

What's your silliest client story? Dr. Phil Zeltzman shares some of his stories, as well as his colleagues'.

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Penn Vet Seeks Volunteer Foal Sitters

Penn Vet Seeks Volunteer Foal Sitters

Penn Vet’s New Bolton Center is seeking volunteer foal sitters in the neonatal intensive care unit during the months of February through June. Registration begins in December.

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Jaguar Seeks Limited Approval of Canine Diarrhea Drug

San Francisco drug maker requests minor-use minor-species (MUMS) status for Canalevia.

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FDA Approves Equine Lameness Drug

Tildren (tiludronate disodium) is an intravenous solution for the treatment of the most common cause of chronic forelimb lameness in horses.

Comments

AVMA Slams Investigation of Veterinary Industry

National organization says a series published in The Indianapolis Star impugns veterinarians and calls into question their integrity and professionalism.

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BluePearl Jumps in With Penguin Cataract Surgery

Two Detroit Zoo penguins underwent surgery at BluePearl Veterinary Partners in Southfield, Mich.

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All-Inclusive Pet Hotel, Vet Practice Expands

Dr. Boyd’s Pet Resort & Veterinary Center offers everything from boarding and day care to grooming and veterinary care.

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