Sneak peek: Humane Society International and Ukrainian Red Cross has helped over 100,000 pets in Ukraine, and other veterinary news


Here is a sneak peek at this week’s headlines



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Here is what you can find this week on

  • Are student loans as big of a deal as everyone thinks they are? Our strategic alliance partner Florida Veterinary Advisors dived into the world of student loans to demonstrate whether they are worth the constant stress some veterinary professionals feel.
  • dvm360 student ambassador Autumn Harris shares her journey and struggles into veterinary medicine, plus how she feels about the lack of diversity in the profession, and what she is doing to change that.
  • On this week’s episode of The Vet Blast Podcast, host Adam Christman, DVM, MBA, sits down with Ron Nelson, executive vice president of Covetrus Care Plans, to discuss how monthly subscriptions for pet care has evolved in recent years, plus some of the benefits of care plans.
  • During the annual WVC conference in Las Vegas, Nevada, Blue Buffalo awarded $40,000 to veterinarians who are making significant contributions to the animal health industry and will be featured in a full-page trade magazine ad.
  • Humane Society International and Ukrainian Red Cross announced that it has reached their goal of helping 100,000 dogs, cats, and other pets as well as 40,000 pet guardians in Ukraine by the end of 2024.
  • And more!
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