September 28th 2023
In honor of World Rabies Day, organization supports ongoing efforts to ensure consistent access to vaccinations needed against this fatal disease
Stay updated on the latest with this highly infectious disease
September 14th 2023
Consists of human and animal health professionals, as well as academics and researchers from around the globe to progress One Medicine
September 8th 2023
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August 16th 2023
One Health helps veterinarians boost the health of pets, humans, and our environment in all facets of medicine
Commemorating International Day of Veterinary Medicine
Each year on December 9, veterinary professionals and organizations across the globe are recognized for their tremendous efforts in promoting and protecting the welfare of animals and humans alike.
Veterinarian awarded 2021 WSAVA One Health Award for work combatting rabies
Dr Thinlay N. Bhutia received this prestigious award in recognition of his pioneering work to combat rabies and helping to end the mass shooting of stray dogs in India.
Animal health companies make significant strides in addressing antibiotic resistance
Over the previous 2 years, the animal health sector has created 49 new vaccines and invested $10 billion in research and development as an initiative to help reduce the need for antibiotics.
Humans and pets: We share more than a household
The case for an increased focus on research at the overlapping boundaries between human and animal health in the area of heart disease.
3 Must-reads celebrating the human animal bond
In light of the first International Human Animal Bond Day, we've selected 3 articles encompassing the significance of the human animal bond, its importance within the veterinary sector, and beyond.
This week on dvm360: Canine atopic dermatitis explained, plus more veterinary news
A sneak peek of this week's headlines.
Ross University hosts week-long One Health Day celebration
In light of One Health Day on November 3, 2021, the veterinary school continues its week-long tradition of bringing community leaders, faculty, researchers, and students together to highlight One Health initiatives.
Zoonotic diseases pose a threat to global health
During his presentation at the 2021 New York Vet Show, Dr Chris Walzer detailed the latest research on threatening zoonotic diseases affecting human and animal health across the globe.
News-wrap up: This week's veterinary news, plus evaluating breeding failures in exotic animals
Check out this week's highlights.
Sixth Annual One Health Day Promotes an Interconnected Approach to Healthcare
November 3 marks the sixth annual One Health Day, a global call to promote the concept that the health of humans, animals, and the environment is interconnected through education and awareness campaigns.
3 Must-reads on One Health
In light of One Health Day 2021, these 3 articles highlight how this concept and approach can help prevent and solve health threats shared by humans, animals, and the environment.
This week on dvm360: New York Vet will return in-person this week, plus more veterinary news
A sneak peek look at this week's headlines.
News-wrap up: This week's veterinary news, plus pet safety tips for Halloween
NCI renews UC Davis Comparative Oncology Program
The program will be a part of the NCI’s “comprehensive” Cancer Center designation renewal.
Give thanks. Be thankful.
Giving back to the veterinary profession instills a sense of gratitude that was expressed by aspiring veterinary students at VetSummer 2021.
Pet Peace of Mind selects 2021 receipt of annual award
The organization declared Cornerstone Hospice and Palliative Care the 2021 winner of the Ingrid Thornquist award, recognizing its efforts of helping 114 pets and their families amid the pandemic.
Lions and tigers at Smithsonian National Zoo test presumptive positive for COVID-19
To address the 9 lions and tigers showing signs of SARS-CoV-2, zoo officials are monitoring the cats closely by managing their access to the outdoor habitats, providing anti-inflammatories and anti-nausea treatment medication, and much more.
This week on dvm360: The potential benefits of psilocybin therapy for canine anxiety, plus more veterinary news
Here's a sneak peek of this week's headlines.
Purina Pro Plan LiveClear wins 2021 Product of the Year
This innovative, one-of-a-kind formula neutralizes the major allergen in cat hair and dander to help strengthen the bond between cat owners and their felines.
Fear Free optometry
Learn how this practice owner's visit to the optometrist strengthened his understanding of the anxiety, stress, and fear pets undergo during visits, plus how it sparked positive change in his own clinic.
Zoetis donates over 11,000 COVID-19 vaccines to high-risk zoo animals
The vaccine was distributed to over 70 different zoos and dozens of animal welfare organizations to help preserve the health and well-being of zoo animals.
Why does ergonomics matter?
Learn the hallmark signs of work-related musculoskeletal disorders and how to curtail this threat at your veterinary practice.
3 must-reads for discussing euthanasia with clients
Here are a few communication pearls designed to help veterinary professionals touch on the topic of euthanasia with clients and ensure a painless and compassionate end-of-life transition for their pets.
Chewy celebrates 10-year anniversary by honoring loyal customers
To kick off the celebration, the company unveiled its Ultimate Pet Portrait—2 large-scale murals featuring the pets of more than 100 customers who have been with the brand since 2011.
News-wrap up: This week’s veterinary headlines, plus a revolutionary surgical training tool
Check out this week’s highlights.
Why and how to educate your clients about One Health
How to implement this global initiative at your veterinary practice, plus some strategies to get you started.
COVID-19 and animals: Then and now
One year later, experts have a better view of the path ahead.
Midwestern Pet Foods issues voluntary recall due to potential Salmonella contamination
Earlier this year, the company issued a major international recall after hundreds of dogs became ill or died due to aflatoxin poisoning.
This week on dvm360: Why telemedicine is here to stay, plus more veterinary news
Here's a sneak peek at this week's headlines and industry news.
Why doggies in a window should be a thing of the past
Veterinarians should discourage prospective pet owners from purchasing puppies and kittens from retail stores.
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