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The new 2022 AVMA Pet Ownership and Demographics Sourcebook  examines types of pet owners, spending on veterinary care, veterinary visits, and client satisfaction.

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Swine health experts are two years into a four-year pilot program of developing a playbook against animal diseases. Participation in the program could eventually have animal health and trade implications.

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Advances in herptile husbandry, nutrition, and medicine have greatly improved the health and welfare of pet reptiles and amphibians. And they appear to be an increasingly attractive option for pet owners.

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Veterinary studies recently listed in the AVMA Animal Health Studies Database include a new study from the Comparative Oncology Trials Consortium, which uses results from clinical trials in animals to inform human medicine.

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Over 200 veterinary professionals met virtually with members of Congress this April to garner support for AVMA-backed legislation addressing rural veterinary shortages and the health of imported dogs.

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The American College of Veterinary Nephrology and Urology is the newest AVMA-recognized veterinary specialty organization and has a unique training program.

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The American Veterinary Medical Foundation is channeling more than $500,000 in donations from individuals and organizations to help animals and people affected by the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

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Many educational loan borrowers who use income-drive repayment plans should be receiving some help this year after efforts by the Biden administration to make it easier for them to receive debt forgiveness that they may already be entitled to.

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The new guidelines on pain management in dogs and cats from the American Animal Hospital Association include discussion of proactive and multimodal strategies, according to a co-chair of the guidelines task force.

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More than 100 dog breeders have gained recognition through the Purdue University–based Canine Care Certified program.

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