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New members join American Association of Equine Practitioners board

DVM360 MAGAZINE : Jan 01, 2015

President, vice president, treasurer and board members will serve through 2017.

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The spectacle of the mane event

DVM360 MAGAZINE : Jan 01, 2015

An injury to a horse's leg results in an unusually hairy situation.

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Equine drug Gastrotec recalled until manufacturer obtains FDA approval

DVM360 MAGAZINE : Dec 17, 2014

Omeprazole-misoprostol combo marketed to public without safety and efficacy data, FDA says.

 

Data suggest veterinary market will improve in 2015

dvm360.com : Dec 17, 2014

Forecasts predict an increase in GDP and consumers’ disposable income.

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AVMA makes last-ditch effort to convince lame duck Congress to vote on soring bill

DVM360 MAGAZINE : Dec 05, 2014

If Past Act doesn't pass with 113th Congress, veterinary leaders fear it will be impossible in 2015.

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Veterinary report implicates contaminated feed in deaths of three horses

DVM360 MAGAZINE : Dec 03, 2014

Horse owners, equine center seek large settlement from Lakeland Animal Nutrition as result of monensin poisoning.

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New grading system could improve survival times in some horses with colic

DVM360 MAGAZINE : Nov 18, 2014

System helps veterinarians determine whether small intestine should be removed.

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UC-Davis expands equine ophthalmology services to meet demand

DVM360 MAGAZINE : Nov 06, 2014

Veterinarians will have access to specialty tests and procedures for complex cases.

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Brother now charged with the death of veterinarian Emily Champion and their parents

DVM360 MAGAZINE : Nov 04, 2014

Ryan Champion faces four capital murder charges for the deaths of his family and the initial suspect, as well as one count of kidnapping.

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Colic: The most common equine killer

DVM360 MAGAZINE : Nov 01, 2014

With close to a million reported cases annually, equine colic is responsible for more deaths than any other disease group. Learn how veterinarians are rapidly assessing and treating this condition.