Sneak peek: USDA now requiring HPAI testing for lactating dairy cattle prior to transportation, and other veterinary news


Here is a sneak peek of this week’s headlines



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Here is what readers can find this week on

  • The United States federal government announced it will require dairy cattle testing for highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) before being transported to another state, but the criteria could change based on the evolving understanding of HPAI and its risks.
  • Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets recently release the results of a survey it conducted involving over 300 veterinary professionals that highlights the pros and cons they face in practice.
  • On this week’s episode of The Vet Blast Podcast, Katie Fish, DVM, explains to our host Adam Christman, DVM, MBA, how mentorship and culture within clinics can create excellence for teams.
  • The University of Florida’s Marine Animal Rescue team recently responded to a distressed dolphin in Dixie County, leading them to discuss the first case of HPAI in a cetacean in North America after the team performed a postmortem examination.
  • The Veterinary Innovation Council announced it has launched new resources to help address the problem of access to veterinary care in the United States as well as services for veterinarians to reach underserved patients.
  • And more!
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