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Safety Alert on Jerky Treats for Pets
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Protecting Veterinary Medicine
Veterinarians Need Access to Compounding
The FDA has drafted new guidance outlining bulk-compounding activities that are less likely to trigger FDA enforcement, including plans to create a "positive" list of ingredients largely geared toward office-use purposes. The AVMA is collecting nominations for ingredients to include on this list. We need your help with the list, and with answers to other questions FDA has posed.
Proposal Would Mandate Prescription Writing
The so-called Fairness to Pet Owners Act would require veterinarians to give written copies of every prescription for companion animals, whether or not a client requests it.
Help Rural Communities Get Veterinary Care
Ranchers and farmers depend on veterinarians to ensure herd health and a safe food supply. But many rural areas lack access to veterinary care. Congress can change this by passing the VMLRP Enhancement Act.
Pet Food / Product Recalls and Alerts
Get the latest information on recalls and alerts issued regarding pet and animal feeds, including dog and cat foods and treats as well as feeds for livestock, poultry and other species.
Veterinary Feed Directives
Effective January 1, 2017, stricter federal rules will regulate how medically important antibiotics—medications that are important for treating human disease—can be administered to animals in feed and drinking water. Every veterinarian needs to understand the new rules.
Zika and Animals
The growing incidence of Zika virus infections in the United States may lead to questions among pet owners. Our Zika and Animals FAQ provides answers along with links to additional resources.
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