American Veterinarian Medical Association

USDA to restructure accreditation program, require renewal

Veterinarians who want to keep their government accreditation will need to apply under one of two newly created accreditation

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Morris funds research on upper respiratory tract infection in shelter cats

AAFP and AAHA release Feline Life Stage Guidelines

AAFP president recruiting all veterinarians who treat cats

Feline practitioners handle complexities of cats

CDC: Pet frogs associated with Salmonella outbreak

Mycotoxin prevalence up in some regions

Swine-use H1N1 vaccine approved under conditional license

GHLIT offers benefit of portable medical insurance

Policies address carcass disposal, resource conservation, wild animals

Policy calls for veterinary inclusion in marine mammal health programs

AVMA updates investment policy

Pandemic flu policy in place

Board takes actions in areas of research, education

Board revises public health, animal agriculture policies

Welfare policies revised with strategic goal in mind

Board reaffirms peer-review procedure model for grievances

Committee on the Human-Animal Bond up for early review

Member retention is goal of new reduced dues option

Board revises guidelines for spay/neuter clinics

Board freezes AVMA staff salaries in 2010

Now available: model certificate for domestic travel of pets

AVMA may develop online database of international opportunities

Board addresses issues from member level to world stage

AVMA Auxiliary promotes exercise for National Pet Week

Turning research into results

Say what?

Animal welfare specialty up for consideration

Veterinary profession, animal welfare ethics evolve together

Latin America's welfare issues prevalent yet ignored

Public beliefs―right or wrong―have big implications

Welfare courses have tough time breaking into curriculum

Symposium brings together leaders in animal welfare