Groundbreaking program helps bring animal abusers to justice

Source: FOX 10 Phoenix News

(July 21, 2017)  It's well-known that forensic science helps detectives solve murders.  When it comes to cases of animal cruelty, however, there's a groundbreaking program for veterinary students in the Valley, and it is helping bring animal abusers to justice...Read more»


Push underway to adopt 'nurse' title for vet techs

Source: VIN News Service

(June 15, 2017)  Long before and well after the American Veterinary Medical Association adopted the term "veterinary technician" in 1989, debate bubbled about how best to identify these critical members of the veterinary-care team...Read More»


The responsibility of veterinarians to address the costs of care in small animal practice

Source: dvm360

(June 8, 2017)  Veterinarians feel the strain of clients' financial limitations, but how do pet owners prepare when they are not being informed?...Read More»


Painful and adverse behavior in declawed cats

Source: WINN Feline Foundation 

(May 23, 2017)  This retrospective cohort study looked at 137 declawed cats, matching them with 137 non-declawed cats...Read more»


The hidden curriculum

Source: JAVMA

(April 26, 2017) When the college's curriculum says one thing but the culture says another....Read more»


Shooting holes in gun lobby’s dangerous addiction to lead ammo

Source: Medium

(February 17, 2017) It hardly came as a surprise that within days of President Trump taking office the National Rifle Association unloaded on the Obama administration’s science-based decision to begin the process of gradually getting the lead out of our most pristine refuges....Read more»


MSU College of Veterinary Medicine researchers complete canine shelter population survey

Source: Mississippi State University

(February 15, 2017) A recently completed study by two researchers in Mississippi State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine brings American animal shelter canine populations into sharper focus.....Read more»


USDA removed animal welfare reports from its site. A showhorse lawsuit may be why.

Source: Washington Post

(February 9, 2017) Three summers ago, Lee and Mike McGartland entered a horse named The Royal Dollar in the 74th annual Red Carpet Show of the South. A veterinary medical officer from the U.S. Department of Agriculture was there, too....Read more»

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