American Veterinarian Medical Association

Model Rabies Control Ordinance revised

Executive Board revised the AVMA Model Rabies Control Ordinance to reflect the existence of vaccines for younger animals

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Menagerie of art at LSU

The benefit of the future

AVMA headquarters renovations completed

Stipend program for students promotes nonprivate practice experiences

Maximizing disaster relief program funding

Accreditation standards for veterinary technician programs revised

Corporate partnership guidelines approved

Gender, generational issues to be subject of AVMA survey

State intervention emphasized in new AVMA wellness approach

AVMA to streamline organizational documents

Guidelines on participating in spay/neuter clinics updated

Board opposes APHA resolution against nontherapeutic antimicrobial use in food animals

AVMA backs national efforts to make higher education affordable

Veterinarian's Oath reaffirmed

Support for military veterinarians on AVMA agenda

AVMA takes a stand on legislative initiatives

President commended for agriculture directive

Positions on comparative medicine, conservation revised

Discussions may continue between AVMA, AAVSB on educational equivalence tests

Public policy symposium planned for constituent organizations

Sow housing task force members appointed

AVMA welfare positions evolve - June 1, 2004

New veterinary subspecialty recognized

Communications task force to be assembled

Tennyson retires from AVMA staff

Board approves purchase of Washington, D.C., office building

AVMA leadership press legislative agenda in Washington

Web-based mentoring program approved

Food supply veterinary initiatives to move forward

Executive Board prioritizes recommendations for funding

Tax help just a mouse click away

Compliance policy guide has flaws, but also teeth

Feline leukemia virus threatens endangered panthers