June 15, 2007

Several veterinarians were among a dozen witnesses who testified before the Subcommittee on Livestock, Dairy, and Poultry about improving the welfare of farm animals while protecting the food supply, consumer choice, and biomedical research.

College News

Veterinary Community

When Dr. Dorothy Segal enrolled in the Michigan State University preveterinary program in the 1930s, she had already overcome some challenges—a car crash delayed her planned entrance into college by almost six years—but it quickly became clear that there would be other hurdles in front of Dorothy and the other young women in her class.

Your Foundation

After learning of its plans to go national, the American Veterinary Medical Foundation awarded Basic Animal Rescue Training, a Minnesota-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit program, a $50,000 challenge grant to help jump-start chapters in five additional states.