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The AVMA Guidelines for the Euthanasia of Animals have been updated to reflect important research advances, including new techniques and equipment.
More students are graduating without any veterinary debt, at the same time that others are facing burgeoning student loan obligations.
February is National Pet Dental Health Month, and AVMA’s free toolkit will help get your practice ready.
Member input is a central component of the AVMA’s approach to governance. When your AVMA House of Delegates (HOD) gathers twice a year to conduct association business and consider policies, the interests of our members drive conversation, deliberation and action.
The AVMA House of Delegates approved a revised version of the AVMA policy on declawing of domestic cats, shortening and simplifying the language in the document. The core meaning and intent of the policy are unchanged.
AVMA President Dr. John Howe considers how the AVMA is growing and evolving to better serve members and the profession.
AVMA is donating $25,000 for wildfire assistance in Australia. In addition, the AVMF will match individual donations up to $50,000. With your help, this could make the total combined contribution $125,000.
See a summary of the FDA’s newest draft guidance on compounding, and help shape the AVMA’s feedback.
Congress passed a year-end spending package with good news for veterinarians across the profession.
Watch five of the most popular sessions from the 2019 AVMA Economics Summit. Gain practical, actionable advice that will help you operate your business more efficiently, effectively, and profitably.