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AVMA remains opposed to mandatory sterilization

Board revises policies on cat declawing, drug compounding, Web pharmacies
Jun 1, 2009

As more governments look to enforce mandatory sterilization, the AVMA is standing firm in its opposition to the programs.

Fighting identity theft

Federal law requires businesses to implement 'red flag' programs
May 1, 2009

Washington — A federal rule requiring businesses, including veterinary practices, to have a written program to spot identification theft takes effect this month.

Economics, academics and welfare: DVMs face changes

Profession continues its evolution, remains strong
May 1, 2009

Profession continues its evolution, remains strong despite uncertainty and changes.

Future of veterinary associations falls to students

May 1, 2009

Hook them while they are young, and they be loyal.

DVMs prefer the phone

But there is no denying their growing presence on the Web, too
May 1, 2009

National Report — While the telephone may be the most preferred method of communicating with clients, veterinarians recognize the benefits of e-mail and social networking.

Nashville veterinary practice goes green in more ways than one

Hospital plans to make big environmental impact and leave a small carbon footprint
May 1, 2009

Nashville, Tenn. — Owners of the recently opened Belmont Animal Hospital like to say that the "recycled" their building.

Selenium likely cause of polo horse deaths

Compounding pharmacy admits error in dosage
Apr 28, 2009

An overdose of selenium is the probable cause of deaths of 21 polo horses in Florida last week.

Long-time JAVMA Editor Janis Audin dies

Apr 24, 2009

Schaumburg, Ill. -- JAVMA Editor-in-Chief Janis H. Audin died April 22 following a three-year battle with a long-term illness.

Hemorrhaging found in dead polo horses

Apr 21, 2009

Veterinarians examining the remains of some of the 21 polo horses that died Sunday have found traces of hemorrhaging.

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