Law & Ethics
Texas board seeks to revoke Dr. Kristen Lindsey's license
Despite lack of criminal indictment, TBVME charges veterinarian accused of killing cat with a bow and arrow with animal cruelty.
I judge veterinary clients-and that's OK
I just dont let clients' socioeconomic status influence my first and best recommendations.
Diving into a veterinary partnership? Check out these 9 FAQs first
Templates make the business paperwork easy, but the catch is knowing where to look for problems.
Practice owner tests boundaries, leaves veterinary technician queasy
A veterinary practice owner oversteps his expertise and strains a work relationship.
High-volume veterinary clinic slashes prices
Not-for-profit practice in Missouri neuters cats for $20, serves approximately 100,000 animals per year.
Study will investigate suspected abuse cases
Massachusetts veterinarian aims to elevate awareness of animal harm.
Cornell wins legal fight against former veterinary student
Disagreement over biting dog's aggression led to expulsion.
Texas board finds veterinarian in violation in cat bow killing
Final ruling to be determined in October.
Tweets from the Women's Veterinary Leadership Development reception at CVC Kansas City
The session shared facts, studies and attendee's personal experiences regarding the feminization of the profession.
I treat rabbitsI don't treat dust bunnies: 4 takeaways on female veterinary leadership
A CVC forum hosted by dvm360 and WVLDI tackles issues confronting women in the profession.
Whistleblowing becomes insubordination when tech questions the boss
A concerned veterinary team member pays the price for questioning authority.
Letters to dvm360: Referral scenario draws criticism from specialists
Including input from oncologist would have provided more complete view.
3 tales to test interest in practice ownership
Lawsuits and nuisance employees should give aspiring veterinary owners perspective.
Declaw critics cut short the contest to name "America's Favorite Veterinarian"
Vitriolic cyberbullying campaign targets finalists in AVMF final vote.
Will your veterinary practice be on the hook for credit card fraud?
Here's how to comply with a global security standard coming to the United States for the first time.
Rep. Ted Yoho, DVM, introduces legislation to crack down on horse soring
The PAST Act would replace self-policing with USDA inspectors.
Referral, interrupted: GP faces resistance from veterinary oncologist
Referring veterinarians request for advice meets resistance from oncologist when client returns to general practice.
Avoiding nasty lawyer tricks in your veterinary business deal
To my fellow attorneys: Do good for your clients rather than derailing their plans while your meter is running.
Veterinary employees across the nation head to court to face theft allegations
Accusations range from embezzlement to third-degree burglary.
Blog: After nine innings, debate over veterinary college accreditation is over
Four resolutions targeting COE defeated by AVMA House of Delegates.
4 things to know about the USDA's stricter regulation of veterinary biologics
Exemption allowing practitioners to prepare vaccines and other biologics is specified to clarify the relationship between the practitioner and the facility.
Deaths of two veterinarians bring tragedy to New Hampshire emergency veterinary hospital
Staff asks for privacy while dealing with murder of Dr. Jennifer Noll and the sudden death of Dr. Robyn Dolliver just days earlier.
What to do about ShotVet?
Many in the veterinary community are asking what can be done to stop the low-cost mobile veterinary vaccine service associated with Walgreens drug stores. The answer may be nothing.
Blog: COE needs to abandon ship on proposed new rules for veterinary faculty
Shift in focus from preparing graduates to publishing in academic journals is not in the professions interest. Plus its impossible.
Online safety: What you need to know
The time to think about cyberharassment is before it starts.
Lack of evidence prevents prosecution of alleged cat bow-kill
Kristen Lindsey, DVM, will not face criminal charges associated with Facebook post that outraged public, her colleagues.
6 reasons why the proposed Fairness to Pet Owners Act fails veterinary patients, practices
The legislation is a solution to a nonexistent problem, veterinary business consultant writes in an open letter to Congress.
Video chat app for pet owners draws concern from veterinarians
Telemedicine consultations may fall into legal gray zone; proponents argue theyre a lot better than the Internet.
What gives veterinary boards the right?
Understanding the power granted to veterinary boards may help you navigate interaction with them.
Drug bust: Should a veterinarian be guilty by association?
Practitioner jeopardizes license with court probation and state board investigation.
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