News wrap-up: This week's veterinary headlines, plus a pet food brand recall goes international
Check out this week's highlights.
As we continue to adjust to these unprecedented times, we will continue to keep you updated with the latest pandemic news and our coverage of the veterinary industry.
Take a look at this week's highlights:
- The pet food recall initiated earlier this month by Midwestern Pet Foods, Inc is now an international concern. On January 25, the FDA announced that pet food products containing potentially fatal levels of aflatoxin manufactured in the company’s Oklahoma plant may have been exported to 35 countries.
- In her article, Pam Hale, DVM, MBA, acknowledges the current efforts made to promote DEI (diversity, equity, and inclusion) in the veterinary profession, but firmly states there are still miles to go before we see long-lasting change.
- The National Animal Supplement Council Quality Seal (NASC) has granted Canopy Animal Health the right to display the Quality Seal for its canine CBD products, expected to launch early next month.
- One veterinarian offers his top tips for increasing cash flow at your practice.