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Income not a factor when purchasing pet insurance

Income not a factor when purchasing pet insurance

More than half of pet owners in the U.S. and Canada are willing to purchase insurance for their animals regardless of their income. That’s according to a Trupanion survey that found 58 percent of those with pet insurance earn less than $50K per year.

Pet King Brands celebrates 20 years

Pet King Brands celebrates 20 years

The woman-founded and -owned national pet health products company is celebrating two decades of helping pets find relief from problematic ear, skin, and mouth conditions. Pet King offers alternatives to antibiotics and harsh chemicals to manage common health issues among pets.

Merck and AAHA Collaborate in workplace culture initiative

Merck and AAHA Collaborate in workplace culture initiative

The collaboration aims to improve the lives of animal health professionals and strengthen the human-animal bond by improving patient care and client satisfaction. Merck will provide a grant to fund presentations in accredited veterinary practices throughout the U.S. and Canada.

AVMA LIFE Trust announces return in 2019

AVMA LIFE Trust announces return in 2019

Beginning in July, AVMA LIFE Trust’s association health plan will be available again in several states. The association provided insurance for nearly 60 years before the Affordable Care Act forced it to end in 2013.

NAVTA, AVMA continuing partnership through 2019

NAVTA, AVMA continuing partnership through 2019

American Veterinary Medical Association will provide association management and other support services for the National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America, including developing more direct communication with its members, as well as increasing awareness and use of its services, products, and initiatives.

UF to offer new canine cardiology program

UF to offer new canine cardiology program

The course is part of a collaboration between University of Florida’s College of Veterinary Medicine and veterinary cardiologist, Masami Uechi, DVM, PhD, of the JASMINE Veterinary Cardiovascular Medical Center in Yokohama, Japan.