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For veterinarians who are employees, noncompete agreements can make it impossible to leave a practice and continue to work as a veterinarian without relocating. For practice owners, noncompetes prevent employees from leaving a practice and setting up shop across the street.

The Horseracing Integrity and Safety Authority formally submitted draft regulations on racetrack safety to the Federal Trade Commission on Dec. 6, 2021, as part of an effort to bring uniformity, safety, transparency, and efficiency to all state racing jurisdictions.

Dr. Ruby L. Perry, dean of Tuskegee University College of Veterinary Medicine, said donations increased substantially in 2021 as industry partners tried to increase diversity, equity, and inclusion in veterinary medicine.

More than 2,000 lost pets have been reunited with their owners with the help of Petco Love Lost, an online database for lost and found pets that uses facial recognition technology.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture pulled a rule regarding methods for detecting soring in horses and will issue a new rule that incorporates the recommendations of a National Academy of Sciences report.

The 2018 Farm Bill provided funding for programs to help prevent animal pests and diseases from entering the United States and to reduce the spread and impact of potential disease incursions.

New research for the first time offers a look at how prepared veterinarians and other members of the animal care felt to continue providing essential services during a public health crisis.

Food and Drug Administration officials granted conditional approval in mid-December for the oral prescription drug Canalevia-CA1, the first drug with an approval to treat chemotherapy-induced diarrhea in dogs.

Single-gender gene edits, pet dental health, feline health studies