News-wrap up: This week's veterinary headlines, plus an update on Australian wildlife impacted by 2019-2020 wildfires
Check out this week's highlights.
Happy Friday! As we transition to the weekend, we strive to keep you updated with our latest coverage of the veterinary industry.
Here's a look at some of this week's highlights:
- To commemorate National Hispanic Heritage Month, Paul Miranda, CVPM, shed light on the history of the Hispano, Latino, and Latinx population, statistics related to their culture, veterinary medicine, and much more.
- Animal Medical Center (AMC) recently appointed its inaugural chief veterinary technician (CVT), marking it 1 of the first animal hospitals to establish this role nationwide.
- Discover 3 of the most common project delivery methods and learn why choosing design-build is optimal when remodeling or building your dream hospital.
- In a recent interview with dvm360®, Phil Tucak, BSc, BVMS, shared an update on the strides Australian organizations are making to restore and protect wildlife affected by the wildfires in 2019-2020.
- The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) announced its approval of the Paws Off Act of 2021, which would require food containing xylitol to feature a warning label describing its toxic effects.
Stay tuned on social media and dvm360.com for more veterinary news.
Editors note: All veterinary technician content for this month is supported by Banfield Pet Hospital.