Why we need more veterinary colleges at HBCUs

One veterinary student explains why establishing veterinary medicine programs at historically black colleges and universities (HBCU) is key to addressing systemic racism within the profession.

DNA debunks age-old ratio for dog years to human years

By tracking age-related progressions in gene methylation patterns of dogs and comparing them with those previously observed in people, researchers have constructed a new “epigenetic clock” for translating dog years to human years.

Quiet, please!

When a client won’t stop talking for long enough to allow you complete your diagnostic evaluation, sometimes you have to resort to strange measures.

Merck completes acquisition of Sentinel parasite products

With the completion of this deal, Merck Animal Health now offers products that address all of the most common internal and external parasites affecting dogs.

Kentucky now accepts PAVE certification for veterinary licensure

Kentucky is the 45th US jurisdiction to accept the certification for licensure from the Program for the Assessment of Veterinary Education Equivalence.

Zoetis designates August as Itchy Pet Awareness Month

The company has launched a new campaign to increase awareness about dermatologic conditions and prompt conversations between veterinary practices and clients.