News when you want it: Easy ways to stay informed

Published on July 21, 2022
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Are you looking for better and more efficient ways to stay abreast of the news you need to do your job? AVMA’s newsletter options are evolving along with our digital-first approach to news reporting, and you now have the option to get news headlines sent to you daily or once a week.

You choose the frequency

AVMA's digital newsroom brings you all the news that affects you as a veterinary professional, published as it happens: breaking news stories, product recalls and alerts, blog posts, new research from the AVMA journals, and much more. Visit at any time of day or night to catch up on the very latest reports.

If you prefer to get news alerts in your email inbox, AVMA gives you that option as well, at

  • Sign up for Today’s Headlines to receive a brief daily alert linking to any news stories or blog posts published that day by AVMA’s editors. You’ll know the latest veterinary developments almost as soon as they happen.
  • Subscribe to the AVMA News Bulletin for a weekly summary of top news headlines, delivered to you every Friday. It’s a convenient tool that saves you time by highlighting high-priority developments to keep you informed.
  • Learn about practical clinical research by subscribing to Veterinary Advances. You’ll get a monthly summary of the most important JAVMA and AJVR reports of veterinary research findings with clinical implications.

With these new email options, it's easy to stay current on critical veterinary issues in less time. 

Subscribe now

Get news in your social media scroll

Email isn’t the only option. You also can include the latest veterinary headlines in your social media feeds by following AVMA and the AVMA journals. Wherever you hang out on social – Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, or Twitter – AVMA is there and delivers the headlines you’re looking for from veterinary medicine. Follow any or all:


LinkedIn: @avma

Facebook: @avmavets

Twitter: @avmavets

Instagram: @avmavets


LinkedIn: @avma-journals





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