News wrap-up: This week's veterinary headlines, plus a closer look at bandage art
Check out this week's top headlines.
As we continue to adjust to these unprecedented times, we will make sure to keep you updated with the latest pandemic news and our coverage of the veterinary industry.
Take a look at this week's highlights.
- Texas Tech University School of Veterinary Medicine says it received, a “letter of reasonable assurance” from the AVMA Council on Education allowing an inaugural class of approximately 60 students to start next fall, with provisional accreditation in 2025.
- The World Small Animal Veterinary Association recently announced that its 2021 World Congress is going hybrid. Delegates will be able to meet face-to-face in Warsaw, Poland, or participate online.
- On Episode 19 of The Vet Blast Podcast, Jack DeWees, an artist and emergency department technician in human medicine, talks with Dr. Christman about his newfound passion for veterinary bandage art and why it’s becoming so popular among pet owners.