American Veterinarian Medical Association

Hogs, chickens ate pet food containing adulterants

Thousands of hogs and millions of chickens ate pet food now subject to a recall, but government agencies have found no evidence

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Animals in art make for a lively exhibition

Association Forum honors AVMA's Dr. Little

Maddie's claims success with NYC shelter animals

FDA announces voluntary withdrawal of pergolide

American Board of Veterinary Specialties manual revised

Board appoints representatives to committees, liaisons

Accreditation fees for foreign colleges increase, training video funded

Board passes agriculture-related proposals

AVMA to develop charitable giving policy

Pursuit of partnership with trust approved, annual report expires

AVMA seeks to participate in Healthy People 2020

Disaster, emergency-related issues addressed

AVMA to publish membership directory biennially

Practice-related polices updated

Legislative contact visit approved

Board approves changes to ECFVG program

State Advocacy Committee to meet in Boston

Stipends increased for AVMA president, president-elect

Board acts on aquatic veterinary medicine proposals

Miyahara to remain Pacific Rim ambassador

Fee increases approved for 2008 convention

Vaccination principles, other policies updated

Welfare, business issues on legislative agenda

Concept for companion animal, equine research institute supported

Veterinary hospice care guidelines reaffirmed

Executive Board acts on broad range of proposals

AVMA Answers: First step in the one-health initiative

AVMA introduces feline health brochure

Infectious disease center increases public health impact

Specialists confer about the pet food recall

Chief executive officers testify about recall of pet food

Model rabies control ordinance policy updated