American Veterinarian Medical Association

Rabies control documents changed

The Executive Board has approved changes to various documents pertaining to rabies control.

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Officers on the road

Hazardous waste, rabies quarantine policies addressed

Accreditation finance standard revised

Board adjusts fees connected to annual convention

Wellness proposals meet with approval

Promoting the benefits of animal research for animals

Pet dental campaign celebrates 10 years

Funding for Washington extern program restored

Board approves two AVMAPAC proposals, refers other to HAC

Human-animal bond projects approved

AVMA to produce annual report

AVMA backs expanded Brakke Study of successful business practices

AVMA endorses AAEP nonracing performance horses position

AVMA funds NCVEI project to enhance practice productivity

AVMA to rejoin PANVET

AVMA supports inclusion of agriculture in national response plan

AVMA joins lobbying efforts to recoup earmarked funding

Animal identification plan given thumbs-up

International movement of exotic wildlife

Guidelines developed for reducing risks from animal contact in public settings - January 1, 2004

Survey to assess infection control practices and zoonotic diseases

Encouraging use of model public health curriculum

Guidelines for companion animal care updated

AVMA opposes declawing exotic, wild cats

Guidance provided for swine tail docking, identification, and castration

Dental surgery position statement approved

Disabled livestock position statement amended

Task force appointed to review pregnant sow housing data

AVMA to ask surgeon general to make a statement

Charge of legislative committee changed

AVMA joins lobbying efforts to recoup earmarked funding

Scoring system prioritizes AVMA response to bills and regulations

AVMA continues support for MUMS, other legislative priorities

President signs bill assisting veterinary graduates with debt load

Listeria in ready-to-eat products shows measurable decline

AVMA supports updated and expanded Brakke study, approves task force on housing of pregnant sows

AVMA sets priorities for 108th Congress