News for October, 2021

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October 21, 2021

Taking the chronic out of enteropathies

Veterinarians have many tools in their toolbox to treat chronic enteropathies in dogs and cats, particularly nutritional management, and a new diagnostic option is now available for dogs.

October 21, 2021

AVMA VP strengthens ties with college deans, faculty

More than halfway through her term, Dr. Sandra Faeh Butler talked with JAVMA News about her work and experiences as AVMA vice president, including her outreach to veterinary college deans and faculty.

October 21, 2021

Candidate vaccine protects pigs against African swine fever strains

A U.S. Department of Agriculture–developed vaccine against African swine fever protected pigs in a second study, suggesting progress toward a commercial vaccine.

October 21, 2021

New e-book reveals the best language to use with clients

“Language That Works: Changing the Way We Talk About Veterinary Care” compiles practical lessons from AVMA research into a resource for veterinary teams.

October 21, 2021

AVMA calls for leadership candidates, other volunteers

The AVMA is seeking volunteers to become leaders of the Association or to serve in council or committee positions, taking on top issues in veterinary medicine.

October 21, 2021

Researchers analyzing effects of wildfire smoke on cows

Researchers at Oregon State University and the University of Idaho have been studying the effects of wildfire smoke on cattle health and milk production.

October 21, 2021

WVC welcomes attendees to hybrid conference

Viticus Group brought attendees back in person to the WVC conference, Sept. 6-9 in Las Vegas, and offered a virtual supplement.

October 21, 2021

Tuskegee, Georgia to host African veterinary educators

The U.S. Department of Agriculture is funding fellowships  at the veterinary colleges at Tuskegee University and the University of Georgia to train agriculture and veterinary educators from Africa next year.

October 21, 2021

Auburn is home to new agro- and biodefense program

The Animal Health and Agro-/Bio-Defense Program at Auburn University is a new element in the national network of U.S. government agencies and land-grant universities, focused on safeguarding economically important animals from disease.

October 21, 2021

APHIS giving $5.7M for projects on chronic wasting disease

The U.S. Department of Agriculture Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service is funding more than 40 projects toward controlling the spread of chronic wasting disease, an incurable prion disease of cervids such as deer and elk.

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