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Arizona animal massage therapists win lawsuit against veterinary board
Licensure is no longer a requirement to practice animal massage in the state.
Humane Society challenging USDA over records removal
USDA site wipes records concerning animal welfare violations; HSUS takes action.
AVMA criticizes TV veterinarian for lousy surgical hygiene
Footage of Animal Planets Jeff Young, DVM, performing surgery with bare arms, no gown and no mask is "getting in the way of his message" of the importance of high-quality, high-volume veterinary care, say AVMA president and CEO.
Trump memorandum puts final horse soring rule in limbo
Regulatory freeze means rule has yet to be entered into Federal Register, the last step in making it official.
Final horse soring rule could lead to legal action
Some applaud USDAs final ruling on safeguards against soring. Organizations in the Tennessee Walking Horse industry threaten legal action.
Veterinary practice and the U.S. economy: Whats the impact?
The total value of economic activity generated from veterinary services in 2014? A cool $63.1 billion.
Henry Schein helps raise $10,000 to support equine veterinary education
Veterinary industry distributor joins Zoetis and Neogen to match contributions from attendees at 62nd annual AAEP convention.
Pounce on these veterinary scholarship opportunities
Studying vet med and love cats? (Yes? Shocker.) Check out two new scholarship opportunities through the Winn Feline Foundation and the AAFP.
Veterinarian launches 'Practice Owner Incubator Internship'
In the innovative program, Ohio State University alum Dave Haeussler, DVM, shares knowledge with veterinary school graduates on practice ownership and management, gets an ownership stake in the new hospitals himself.
One-third of Texas veterinary board resigns
Resignations come after critical report by Texas regulatory commission
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New state law gives CE credit to N.Y. veterinarians who do free shelter work
Senate Bill S4449 counts free spay-neuter services as CE credit for veterinarians in New York.
AAHA: Only accredited hospitals will be eligible for membership starting in 2018
Association announces it will discontinue option for nonaccredited veterinary practices.
Zoetis and AAVMC seek applications for 2017 veterinary school scholarships
Application period for Zoetis Veterinary Student Scholarship Award runs through November 30, 2016.
Starting salaries are up! (Let's not get too excited)
Rising demand for veterinary services should not lead to a call for more veterinarians. Here's why.
COE responds to perceived conflict of interest
The Council on Education responds to post that explains the root of their problems.
The war on pugs (and other brachycephalic breeds)
The British Veterinary Association calls out the industry for helping in buying and breeding "flat-nosed" dogs.
You can help research pet obesity
A pet obesity organization is asking U.S. veterinary hospitals to collect and send in pet weight information for the 10th Annual Pet Obesity Awareness Day survey Oct. 12.
New tool compares cost of veterinary schools for students
The interactive tool from the AAVMC compares factors affecting the total cost of attending veterinary school, including in-state and out-of-state tuition and average size of scholarship awards.
Gallery: Nine finalists for Practice Manager of the Year
It's CVC Kansas City time, and we've got all the details on the finalists for the dvm360/VHMA Practice Manager of the Year contest.
A response from the AVMA on veterinary medicine's gender wage gap
Association counters claims in post asserting that the AVMA isn't serious about discrimination against women.
AVMA COE halts plan for new veterinary school in Arizona
DEK Accrediting body tells University of Arizona it needs to see more details; interim dean says the information is already there, school will appeal decision.
AVMA names Janet Donlin as executive vice president/CEO
Donlin, succeeding Ron DeHaven, is the first woman to fill the position.
Animal Medical Center's chief medical officer appointed to Global Lyme Alliance board
Richard E. Goldstein, will serve on the Scientific Advisory Board as its only veterinarian.
AAHA publishes guidelines on managing cancer in dogs and cats
The new oncology guidelines will help ensure veterinary patients benefit from the correct diagnosis and optimal treatment to maintain the best quality of life possible.
AVMA seeks nominations for committee on antimicrobials
New group aims to focus veterinary resources, promote timeliness in decisions regarding antimicrobials.
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