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A group wants recognition that canine and feline obesity is a disease, with a definition for the term and a uniform body condition scoring system. In other news, veterinarians should be mindful of the accommodations needed when caring for pets of the elderly and those with disabilities.

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Letters to the Editor

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What Is Your Diagnosis?

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Pathology in Practice

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<sc>commentary</sc> Who should you turn to for help managing behavior problems in small animal practice?

Behavior problems in small animal medicine run

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Veterinarians and other practice staff members can help prevent and respond to domestic violence by being educators and witnesses. In other news, a three-year project with about $3 million in backing will help give more pets access to basic veterinary care.

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Letters to the Editor

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What Is Your Diagnosis?

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ECG of the Month

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Pathology in Practice

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<sc>viewpoint</sc> Professional development groups help physicians; why not veterinarians?

In the human health field, researchers have shifted from looking at

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Volunteers cared for pets of homeless and impoverished people during the first AVMA Street Clinic, in Denver. In other news, 25 percent of veterinary practices—accounting for 50 percent of total veterinary visits—will be corporately owned within five years, by one estimate.

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What Is Your Diagnosis?

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What Is Your Neurologic Diagnosis?

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Pathology in Practice

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<sc>commentary</sc>Information for veterinarians on reporting suspected animal food issues

Veterinarians should understand the role of the FDA's Center for Veterinary Medicine in regulating animal food and

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Drug pollution is altering and hurting marine life in the U.S. and increasing the risk of antimicrobial resistance; flushing unused drugs is contributing. In other news, AVMA leaders say pet obesity is a disease and are calling for a universal body condition scoring system.

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Letters to the Editor

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What Is Your Diagnosis?

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What Is Your Neurologic Diagnosis?

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ECG of the Month

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Pathology in Practice

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<sc>viewpoint</sc> The role of private practitioners in reducing
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More than half of state governments allow some marijuana use, but studying the drug's effects requires enduring an onerous federal regulatory process. In other news, some specialty diets may be causing heart disease in dogs, and researchers are trying to identify the connection.

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Letters to the Editor

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What Is Your Diagnosis?

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What Is Your Neurologic Diagnosis?

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Diagnostic Imaging in Veterinary Dental Practice

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Anesthesia Case of the Month

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Pathology in Practice

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Canine sports and rehabilitation medicine is growing as more dogs run, jump, and dive in a variety of athletic competitions. In other news, a few in every thousand dogs and cats have food allergies, but a few in every hundred are allergic to fleas or to molds, pollen, or other environmental allergens.

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Letters to the Editor

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What Is Your Diagnosis?

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What Is Your Neurologic Diagnosis?

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Pathology in Practice

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Small Animals Effect of refrigeration of clinical canine
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Veterinarians, caught in a chronic opioid shortage, are turning to other anesthetics that may be less effective. In other news, the social climate at veterinary colleges is improving overall, but among students, sexism, racism, and homophobia may be increasing, according to study results.

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Letters to the Editor

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What Is Your Diagnosis?

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What Is Your Neurologic Diagnosis?

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ECG of the Month

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Pathology in Practice

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<sc>farad digest</sc> Consequences of fipronil exposure in egg-laying hens
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A rural Texas clinic reduced conflicts between staff hours and child care needs by establishing its own practice-run day care. In other news, a study found that veterinarians have died from suicide at higher rates than the U.S. mean for at least 35 years.

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Letters to the Editor

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What Is Your Diagnosis?

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What Is Your Neurologic Diagnosis?

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Anesthesia Case of the Month

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Pathology in Practice

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<sc>food animal economics</sc> Cost of retained fetal
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Almost a hundred veterinarians and veterinary students lobbied Congress for legislation that would affect the veterinary profession, animal health, and public health. In other news, the AVMA plans to publish emergency animal depopulation guidance later this year.

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Letters to the Editor

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What Is Your Diagnosis?

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ECG of the Month

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Pathology in Practice

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<sc>commentary</sc> A new look at standard of care

The concept of standard of care lies at the intersection of clinical practice, veterinary ethics, and

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A clinical ethics committee at a veterinary teaching hospital is examining dilemmas in veterinary medicine, such as whether prolonging an animal's life always is in its best interest. In other news, veterinary students want more transparency about the cost of their veterinary degree.

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Letters to the Editor

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What Is Your Diagnosis?

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What Is Your Neurologic Diagnosis?

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ECG of the Month

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Theriogenology Question of the Month

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Pathology in Practice

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