AAFP speaker advocates a new view of cats
People should treat cats with the same respect as they treat dogs—especially to promote feline health.
AVMA brochure aims to reduce incidence of dog bites
More than 4.7 million Americans are bitten by dogs annually.
Spending on pets projected to hit all-time high
Consumer spending on pets has more than doubled from $17 billion in 1994 to an estimated $38.4 billion in 2006, according to
Research targets conditions of older cats and dogs
The medical conditions that afflict aging cats and dogs have been a focus of much research in recent years
The advantages of practicing diversity
July 17 at the AVMA Annual Convention in Honolulu was "a great, great day for the diversity initiative" in the words of Dr. Evan M. Morse, a speaker…
Pediatrics article says veterinarians influence children's health
Exotic pets pose risks to young children's health, but veterinarians can help parents improve safety
6 factors in declining veterinary visits
Some pet owners think that routine checkups are unnecessary for dogs and cats. The cost of veterinary care can be much higher than many
After more than a decade, has pet guardianship changed anything?
Property laws make no distinction between animals and inanimate objects, such as tables and chairs, leading to criticisms that the
Japan's animal relief operations face considerable challenges
Japan is in the throes of what is known in the disaster and emergency management community as a cascading disaster.
Policy changes relate to pets, livestock
The AVMA Executive Board has made some noteworthy policy changes relating to companion animals and production