Over the next 10 years the number of dogs and cats in the U.S. is expected to increase substantially. What will this mean for the veterinary profession?
Strong veterinary influence is apparent in the new rule issued by the U.S. Department of Transportation related to transporting service and emotional support animals under the Air Carrier Access Act (ACAA).
The 20th annual Animal Welfare Assessment Contest gave undergraduates, graduate students, veterinary students, AVMA member veterinarians, and members of foreign veterinary medical associations the opportunity to virtually assess the welfare of two captive animal species based on multiple aspects of…
Read highlights from the AVMA Board’s recent November meeting.
Eleven veterinarians were elected to federal and state offices around the nation on November 3. They’ll bring a unique veterinary perspective as they craft public policy.
AVMA and the Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges (AAVMC) are joining forces to drive change to make the veterinary profession more diverse, equitable, and inclusive. The two organizations today announced formation of a commission that will lead a coordinated…
Direct Connect is a powerful, free, member-exclusive tool that simplifies and optimizes the purchasing process for veterinary practices. Learn how to use it to increase profitability and make your purchasing more strategic.
Newly released data show strong growth and continued demographic shifts in the veterinary profession in 2019. AVMA’s annual State of the Profession report also looks at the early impacts of COVID-19. The report is free for all AVMA members.
From animal welfare to clinical practice, and from research to public service, AVMA Excellence Awards honor those whose contributions have made a difference in the lives of animals and people. And they’re powered by you – because we rely on…
News reports on the popularity of pet adoptions during COVID-19 got AVMA’s economists thinking and wondering: Is there data to confirm the trend?