Horse tripping a new welfare concern
The AVMA has come out against the practice of horse tripping, which involves roping the front or hind legs of a galloping horse while on foot or…
During the AVMA Annual Convention this July in Denver, the AVMA conferred awards on a number of individuals
Agreement reached on sow housing
The AVMA will advocate giving pregnant sows room to move and housing them in ways that reduce stress.
Board makes appointments
The AVMA Executive Board, now called Board of Directors, named the following individuals to the entities indicated
Pregnant sow housing, cat declawing on HOD agenda
The AVMA Executive Board voted to send four policies to the AVMA House of Delegates for it to consider at its upcoming annual session
AVMA members and students advocate for the profession
100 veterinary students and veterinarians gathered Feb. 9-11 in Washington, D.C., to take part in the 2014 AVMA Legislative Fly-in.
House considers proposals on ethics, gestation stalls, governance
The AVMA House of Delegates will consider a revised version of the AVMA’s Principles of Veterinary Medical Ethics, a resolution against sow gestation…
Horse industry working on comeback strategy
The American Horse Council discussed the decline in the number of foals and registered horses over the past several years at its 2014 meeting