AVMA to create educational podcasts for pet owners

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Schaumburg, Ill. - The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) will create a new series of podcasts for pet owners. It's the association's latest effort to inform the public about issues related to pet health, public health and veterinary medicine.

Schaumburg, Ill.

- The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) will create a new series of podcasts for pet owners.

It's the association's latest effort to inform the public about issues related to pet health, public health and veterinary medicine.

AVMA's Animal Tracks will feature veterinary experts from around the country to discuss topics such as pet-health and safety tips, disease threats and the surprising variety of roles veterinarians play in ensuring animal and human health across the globe.

The first podcast features Dr. Kim May, assistant director of professional and public affairs at the AVMA, who discusses summer pet safety tips.

AVMA Animal Tracks will be available to download from the AVMA Web site and through an RSS feed.

The podcasts will be available at least weekly, but the association has not set a permanent production schedule, says J.B. Hancock, AVMA communications director.

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