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Chicago responds to canine influenza
Both dogs were among the victims of an outbreak of canine influenza ongoing as of late April in the Chicago area.
FDA warns makers of unapproved thyroid drugs
The Food and Drug Administration has approved one canine hypothyroidism drug and warned six manufacturers that their similar drugs
A tribute to all the heroes of 9/11
The canine and human members of the detection dog teams that responded to the 9/11 attacks and the veterinary professionals who cared for
Disease response funding, federal laboratory approvals, and heart disease screenings
Companion animal aftercare
VMX 2019 takes on timely topics
Osteoarthritis in overweight pets, the psychosocial effects of service dogs, and the Fear Free Certification Program were among the many subjects of…
Banfield gives new anesthesia guidance
Banfield Pet Hospital has published an updated edition of the company’s pet
In Puerto Rico, time measured before and after Maria
The wrath of Maria, one of the worst natural disasters to strike Puerto Rico, disrupted life on the island for months afterward.
May 2015 issue of The AVMA Advocate
Fairness to Pet Owners is reintroduced; Congress grapples with avian flu
Honoring the Dogs of 9/11
In the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks, the search-and-rescue dogs, guided by their handlers across a ruined backdrop, were a
AVMA deliberates on breed standards, devocalization
A resolution submitted to the House of Delegates calls for the AVMA to help develop healthier breed standards for purebred dogs and cats; another…
Training a new generation of detection dogs
The Penn Vet Working Dog Center will breed and train search-and-rescue and other types of detection dogs while researching the components
Dogs at ground zero, Pentagon to be studied
Dogs involved in the search-and-recovery efforts will be evaluated to determine whether they were harmed by environmental toxins
Animal handling, through an animal's eyes
It's only recently that we've started thinking of animal handling from the animal's perspective, said Dr. Kersti Seksel, an Australian veterinary…
Volunteer for Our Oath in Action projects
The American Veterinary Medical Foundation is seeking volunteers this fall for Our Oath in Action, a veterinary outreach program with
Ending human deaths from dog-transmitted rabies
A coalition of global health organizations hopes to eliminate human deaths from dog-transmitted rabies by 2030.
Search-and-rescue dogs show no signs of cancer
Twelve search-and-rescue dogs involved in the recovery missions after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center
Volunteer projects impact seven communities
Hundreds of volunteers displayed the important work of the profession during the 2016 Our Oath in Action projects this past fall.
AAHA co-hosts historic conference with Canadian colleagues
Veterinary profession's anniversary celebrated, preparations made for the future posted May 31, 2011 AAHA Executive Director Michael…
When fire strikes home
About 40,000 pets die in residential fires each year, most from smoke inhalation, and 500,000 pets are affected overall.
Humane community comes to aid of companion animals
National humane organizations immediately came through with offers of assistance to local authorities.
Back to Basics
Veterinarians today are able to provide better and more advanced medical care for pets than ever before, but the cost of that care makes it