September 29th 2023
Study will help support efforts to prevent spillover events and develop an early warning system for biological threats
September 28th 2023
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September 14th 2023
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September 8th 2023
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The terrible toll of the Australian bushfires on native wildlife
With the loss of well over a billion mammals, birds and reptiles, the Australian government has so far committed AUD $200 million to help native wildlife and their habitats recover from this devastating natural disaster.
News wrap-up: This week's veterinary headlines, plus cat owners with pet allergies go the extra mile
Check out this week's news highlights.
How the FDA can help you educate clients about COVID-19 in pets
By providing information on your veterinary practice's website and social media platforms, your team can spend less time fielding client calls about coronavirus and pets. That’s where the FDA comes in.
WSAVA, World Animal Protection partner to promote global canine welfare
The organizations are now working together to engage and mobilize veterinary professionals to better the treatment of dogs across the world.
WSAVA postpones World Congress amid ongoing pandemic concerns
The conference will now be held in March 2021, immediately preceding the BSAVA Congress, so talks of a combined registration fee are underway.
New York dog tests positive for SARS-CoV-2, but pet cases remain rare
Testing by the USDA confirms that this the first case of the virus in a pet dog in the U.S.
Considerations for reopening post COVID-19
As restrictions are lifted on businesses around the country, many veterinary practices are weighing their options for how to proceed with caution while maintaining safety for staff and clients alike.
Survival mode: practicing veterinary medicine during a pandemic
COVID-19 has tested our skills and forced veterinary practice owners, associates and teams out of our comfort zones in many ways. It has also taught us some important lessons along the way.
Is a ‘hero award’ appropriate for front-line veterinary staff?
The dilemma: Should you give special recognition to your front-line veterinary practice team in light of the fact that others were unable to work during COVID-19?
News wrap-up: This week's veterinary headlines, plus what the new normal could look like
Check out this week's top veterinary headlines.
Starting a global dialogue about mental health in veterinary medicine
Following its worldwide survey of mental health and wellbeing in the veterinary profession, WSAVA vows to take steps to advance the health and welfare of veterinary teams around the world.
SARS-CoV-2: Why, when, and how to test veterinary patients
Answers from experts to the COVID-19 questions on every veterinary professional’s mind.
Veterinary educators: Are you turning “lemons into lemonade”?
VetMedAcademy and Merck Veterinary Manual are co-sponsoring a contest to celebrate faculty creativity during the COVID-19 pandemic.
News wrap-up: This week's veterinary headlines plus how to earn CE credit now
Check out this week's top veterinary news.
Free webinar: Addressing challenges in veterinary practice post COVID-19
This free CE webinar offers straight talk about how to address the five biggest post-pandemic obstacles veterinary practices will face.
One Health in the COVID-19 era: A Bridge Club conversation
Join The Bridge Club and CAPC on May 13 for an important conversation about how COVID-19 has shined a spotlight on One Health in an evolving world.
dvm360 launches online CE center amid pandemic
This new resource offers veterinary professionals and students an opportunity to earn RACE-approved CE credit via a series of informative online webinars.
Understanding the use of antibody titers in veterinary practice
Antibody titers are a tool to assess an individual patient’s immune response to vaccination for some common diseases. As titers grow in popularity, veterinarians must learn when to perform them and how to interpret the results to maintain patient health.
COVID-19: How it's affecting veterinary practices in Australia
An Australian veterinarian explains how veterinary practices in his country are adjusting their work during the COVID-19 pandemic.
News wrap-up: COVID-19 headlines, plus exciting learning opportunities amid pandemic
Check out this week's top COVID-19 news.
Additional tigers, lions at Bronx Zoo test positive for SARS-CoV-2
The big cats were tested via fecal sampling, which does not require general anesthesia.
Canine coronavirus in the U.S.—How should veterinary practices respond?
Yes, a dog tested positive for SARS-CoV-2, but there is no need for owners to panic, says Dr. Scott Weese. People pose a far greater risk to pets than vice versa.
COVID-19—Students lift each other up through social media
Veterinary students are taking advantage of social media to promote positivity during the pandemic.
News wrap-up: COVID-19 headlines, plus the plight of a veterinary student
This week's top COVID-19 headlines.
Pet health insurance respiratory claims remain flat
Trupanion reports no increase in respiratory-related pet insurance claims.
Two cats in New York State test positive for SARS-CoV-2
Health experts continue to reassure veterinarians and pet owners that animal cases are very rare, and there is no evidence that pets can transmit the virus to people; thus routine pet testing is not recommended at this time.
Leveraging big veterinary data to support our communities
The CEO of the Companion Animal Parasite Council (CAPC) explains how COVID-19 elevates the role of veterinary teams in safeguarding the health of both pets and people.
COVID-19 test for pets now available to veterinarians
Idexx Laboratories has made its SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) RealPCR Test available in response to requests from veterinarians as well as clinical evidence that animals can—rarely—become infected with the novel coronavirus.
COVID-19: How veterinary practices can help flatten the curve
More on the essential work veterinary practices are doing right now and the key role they play in slowing the spread of the virus.
Elucidating the consequences of COVID-19 for veterinary practices
Take a listen as veterinary experts detail how COVID-19 is impacting the veterinary profession—and what the future may hold.
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