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Virginia, Ohio look to increase animal sterilization

Mar 1, 2006

Richmond, Va.  A Virginia Senate bill calls for mandating sterilization of dogs and cats acquired from dealers and breeders.

Tuskegee University appoints new dean

Mar 1, 2006

Tuskegee, Ala.  Dr. Tsegaye Habtemariam was appointed dean of Tuskegee University College of Veterinary Medicine and Nursing and Allied Health in January.

Katrina: The long road to recovery

Mar 1, 2006

New Orleans — About 1,100 veterinarians and 70 practices were located in Katrina's disaster zone according to early estimates from the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA). At presstime, no DVMs were reported missing or severely injured.

Storm Phobias: Study shows spike in canine cortisol levels

Drug therapy, behavior modification, pheromones at least partially effective
Mar 1, 2006

Drug therapy and behavior modification have been at least partially effective.

Moral care found unethical under law

DVM wages a civil suit to clear his name, reputation
Feb 1, 2006

Alamogordo, N.M. — Dr. George L. Wiley stared at the floor in his waiting room as his hands were pulled behind his back and handcuffed by a New Mexico Department of Game and Fish officer.

Andrews climbs to AAHA's summit

Long Beach conference offers more than 330 CE hours
Feb 1, 2006

Long Beach, Calif. — Dr. Michael Andrews will become the 2006 American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) president at the annual conference next month in Long Beach.

FVMA vies to grow political muscle at grassroots level

Feb 1, 2006

The profession doesn't have the money or numbers to alter legislation, so becoming involved is imperative.

Tuition hikes sting veterinary students

Counselors promote planning to cope
Feb 1, 2006

NATIONAL REPORT — Veterinary students need to factor educational increases into long-term financial plans. Rising tuition costs usually mean decreased spending limits and increased debt load, experts say.

FVMA cultivates politicians at the grass roots level

Jan 1, 2006

Orlando, Fla. — In a push to unify the voice of veterinary medicine, the Florida Veterinary Medical Association is encouraging practitioners to enter politics.

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