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This week on dvm360.com: What we know so far about the mysterious canine respiratory disease, and other veterinary news


Here is a sneak peek of this week’s headlines



Good morning dvm360 readers! For all those who traveled to see loved ones and celebrate Thanksgiving, we hope you all had safe travels to and from your destination and are ready to tackle another work week. Speaking of travel, we are super excited to head to Long Beach for our final Fetch conference of the year this weekend! Join us along with over 30 faculty members to spend the weekend learning, networking, and having fun in a brand-new Fetch conference location. This is not one to miss, and you still have time to secure your spot here today!

As we prepare to head to the Golden State, here is what news coverage you can find this week on dvm360.com:

  • Maryland Zoo announced that it has welcomed Brie, a 1-and-a-half-year-old female river otter from the Milwaukee Zoo. Brie will be joining 2 other otters already in its habitat, a male otter, Hudson, and a female, Nora.
  • dvm360’s Australian veterinary correspondent Phil Tucak, BSc, BVMS, updates readers on what is happening within the veterinary scene down under, highlights Western Australia’s first knee-specific veterinary clinic, and a new field veterinary epidemiology resource.
  • Caroline Massard, CVT, medical excellence and education program manager at Thrive Pet Healthcare, shares multiple ways veterinary professionals can overcome any rut they fall into, and how to rediscover their passion for veterinary medicine.
  • On this week's episode of The Vet Blast Podcast, Silene St. Bernard, DVM, DACVPM, joins host Adam Christman, DVM, MBA, to discuss what veterinary professionals know so far about the canine respiratory virus emerging within the United States, plus how veterinary teams can help keep their patients safe.
  • Purina announced that it has awarded over $120,000 in research grants through its Human-Animal Bond studies program to 4 scientists located all around the world to help uncover all the ways that dogs and cats enhance the lives of their owners.
  • And more!
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