New tax law: What it means for veterinary hospitals
Analysts say the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act benefits businesses more than individuals.
Communicating with veterinary teams and clients
Good communication during times of high stress is critical. Use these tools to be a trusted source of information for your veterinary team and…
COVID-19 social tools
Help share trustworthy information about COVID-19 and its effects on pets and the veterinary profession. Download these social media images, and share…
COVID-19: Communication creates business success
Having a strong line of communication with animal owners during and after the pandemic is critical.
USDA awards $7M for loan repayment to address shortage areas
The Department of Agriculture announced in late November that 74 food animal and public health veterinarians will receive educational loan assistance
August 2015 issue of The AVMA Advocate
The alleged Fairness to Pet Owners Act reared its head again on July 24 when Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) reintroduced the bill in the U.S. House.
Practice, supplier consolidations continue apace
Twenty-five percent of veterinary practices, representing half of all veterinary visits, will be corporately owned in five years, according to a…
House call veterinary practice may not be new to the profession but has been almost exclusively confined to equine and large animal practice.
Idaho VMA, Idaho Humane Society sign accord
The Idaho Humane Society will begin limiting many of its veterinary services for the general public to only lower-income pet owners
Pet estate planning: preparing for your pet's future without you
Veterinarians can advise clients that there are ways to deal with the situation of not surviving their animals
AVMA had an active 2014, more in store for 2015
The 2015 AVMA Veterinary Leadership Conference, held Jan. 8-11 in Chicago, showcased work the AVMA has been doing