This week on dvm360: Texas A&M welcomes largest veterinary class in the US, plus more veterinary news
A sneak peek of this week’s headlines and industry news.
We hope you enjoyed the long weekend! To help prepare for the work week ahead, we're delivering a robust mix of veterinary news and engaging content right to your fingertips.
Here's a quick look at this week's headlines:
- Virbac Corporation recently released CYCLAVANCE™ (cyclosporine oral solution) USP MODIFIED, the first FDA-approved liquid cyclosporine for dogs to treat atopic dermatitis.
- dvm360® Editorial Advisory Board member Bo Brock, DVM, reflects on the time he delivered baby goats in his kitchen with an entire family surrounding him at 1 am.
- Texas A&M University is welcoming 180 first-year students to its Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) program, making this the largest veterinary class in the country.
- In a recent interview from the Fetch dvm360® Kansas City conference, Sue Ettinger, DVM, DACVIM (Oncology), highlighted the latest oncology advancements in testing canines for cancer.
- One veterinarian shares the discrepancies between the basic versus platinum approach when it comes to hospitalizing a pet to ensure the highest level of care is provided.
Stay tuned on dvm360.com for our most recent coverage of the veterinary industry.