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Auxiliary promotes pet adoption for National Pet Week
"Save a Life—Adopt a Pet" is the message that the AVMA Auxiliary will be spreading for National Pet Week 2011, May
Policy changes relate to pets, livestock
The AVMA Executive Board has made some noteworthy policy changes relating to companion animals and production
Partnership to promote preventive care for pets
The decline in the frequency of veterinary visits for cats and dogs in the United States is posing a risk to pet health, according to
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
Kids try on veterinary medicine for size
Banfield, The Pet Hospital's, FutureVet program has moved from the classroom to the museum.
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
Corporate practice becomes part of the landscape
Corporate practices have established themselves in recent years as part of the landscape of companion animal practice in the United
Speaker: Morality trumps science in debate
Wesley V. Jamison, PhD, warned an audience of veterinarians that economic and scientific arguments are not going to be effective
Elevating cat care
The CATalyst Council, in its mission to champion the cat, has been helping make over veterinary clinics as cat-friendly practices
Miller joins AVMA Washington office
In February Dr. Whitney Lee Miller joined the AVMA as an assistant director in the Governmental Relations Division.
Revenue growth can't hide 'alarming' decline in client visits
Most U.S. companion animal practices saw modest revenue growth in 2010 despite a drop in patient visits
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.
Veterinary practices in the United States currently span a spectrum of sizes, but the number of veterinarians per practice has