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U.S. News reveals how it ranks veterinary schools

One-question survey scores each program's overall quality on a scale of 1 to 5.

Veterinarians: I want you to succeed

It's not about "dealing with life"--it's coming to terms with your choices and finding the best success for you now.

The most important drawer in my desk

Sometimes you need a little reminder of why you chose the veterinary profession in the first place.

Photo gallery: The top 10 veterinary schools in America, according to U.S. News

U.S. News & World Report ranks programs for the first time since 2011.


Journal Scan: Current concepts in the diagnosis and management of pyothorax

Prognosis is variable, and consensus of opinion on treatment hasn't been reached, but good outcomes are possible with appropriate care.

3 Fear-Free ideas any veterinarian can implement

Join the revolution today and start taking even better care of patients.

Journal Scan: Animal-assisted therapy helps patients undergoing chemotherapy

A look at the impact of animal-assisted visits on the quality of life of people being treated for cancer.

Journal Scan: Owner expectations when treating pets with diabetes

Knowing the barriers to care may aid in educating clients and addressing concerns that may impede care.

Video: Is there a role for medicinal marijuana in pets?

The answer is still up in the air, says veterinary toxicologist Dr. Justine Lee.

The job search

Looking for a job as an associate veterinarian? Set yourself apart as a candidate

Take it from an owner who’s recently hired: These tips will put you at the top of the list.

Quick tips to grow your veterinary career

Take your job to the next level with this advice to take charge of your career path.

Fla. veterinary students learn practice management skills through new externship

Program considered 'essential' to students hoping to own a veterinary practice.

10 ways to get a veterinary team job

Use these hints to avoid common resume mistakes and learn how to stand out to veterinary employers with an introduction that spells, "Hire me."

Graduation levels hold the line

But the total number of new veterinary graduates could jump 18 percent by 2017.