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Veterinary marketing and client services
Save time with AVMA tools that help you communicate with clients in person and online.
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Marketing Your Social Media
Use as many of your existing client communication channels as possible to spread the word about your veterinary clinic's social media pages. Here's…
Promotional Marketing for National Pet Week®
Even with limited marketing resources, there are simple steps veterinarians can take to get the word out and generate publicity for National Pet…
Program created to help researchers market their discoveries
The Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences is getting $1.2 million to create a nationwide training program
Promotional marketing for National Pet Dental Health Month
Even with limited marketing resources, there are simple steps you can take to generate publicity and excitement for National Pet Dental Health Month…
AVMA celebrates National Pet Week 2020
The AVMA is celebrating “A Lifetime of Love” again for National Pet Week 2020, held this year from May 3-9.
Can veterinarians prevent the next pandemic?
The COVID-19 pandemic marks the third novel coronavirus outbreak of the 21st century. Unlike the viruses that cause severe acute respiratory syndrome…
No evidence pets can become ill with COVID-19 virus as it surges in US
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention officials see no evidence that the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 in people sickens pets or can spread to…
Social media 101 for veterinary clinics
Social media is an integral part of marketing. Whether you’re brand new to it or a long-time user, these tools will help you make the most of your…
Good news, bad news for equine practice owners
The market for equine veterinary services has changed fundamentally since the Great Recession.
5 Practical economic insights for all veterinarians
The 2019 AVMA Economic Summit covered many topics crucial to thriving in daily practice – including behavioral science, marketing, innovation, and…
National Pet Week veterinary toolkit
National Pet Week® helps veterinarians promote responsible pet ownership and honor the pets in our lives. Use these practical tools for veterinary…
AVMA is committed to helping the veterinary community through the COVID-19 pandemic. Get actionable information on PPE, implementing social distancing…
What do you need to know about coronavirus?
The new coronavirus that causes COVID-19 has public health officials on high alert across the United States. The AVMA is collecting information about…
Board chair embraces veterinary family ties
Dr. Rena Carlson, chair of the AVMA Board of Directors, has held leadership roles since early in her veterinary career. She spoke to JAVMA News about…
Reports and statistics
From economic insights and market research data to topical task force reports, AVMA provides a variety of reports and data for the veterinary…
Brakke study: Pet health product sales migrate to online sources
About 31% of pet owners are sourcing at least some of their pet health products online, according to a new study from Brakke Consulting Inc.
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AVMA tools help you celebrate Pet Dental Health Month
February is National Pet Dental Health Month, and AVMA's free toolkit will help get your practice ready.
New economic webinars help you and your practice thrive
Watch five of the most popular sessions from the 2019 AVMA Economics Summit. Gain practical, actionable advice that will help you operate your…
California curbs deferred-interest credit for veterinary care
Later this year in California, providers of medical and veterinary care and their employees will be prohibited from arranging or establishing open-end…
Find AVMA on social media
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USDA wants better tags for cattle
The visible tags used to mark cattle in commerce are inadequate to track animal movements and respond to disease outbreaks, according to
United States has short supply of FMD vaccine, report says
A limited vaccine supply could hurt the U.S. response to a foot-and-mouth disease outbreak, according to a federal report.