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-related surgeries performed, veterinary costs, and emotional bonding. The most common owner-reported disorders in their dogs were allergies, corneal ulcers, skin fold infections, and brachycephalic obstructive airway syndrome. One-fifth of owners reported that

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educational requirements of certified veterinary technicians. After learning about credentialed veterinary technicians and their required level of education and expertise, 69% of pet owners reported that they feel more confident and comfortable with the level

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results on Oct. 28 during the virtual AVMA Economic Summit. About 19% of pet owners reported being unemployed in May, decreasing to 12% in June and 11% at the end of July. Just over a quarter of respondents in each wave reported reduced income as a

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turnover. While many pet owners have seen an increase in wait times, particularly at emergency clinics, only 3% of pet owners reported having to wait four weeks or longer to book an appointment at clinics overall last year. In fact, 66% of cat owners and

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recommends veterinary professionals and animal owners report side effects to drug manufacturers, which are required to further report the incidents to the CVM. FDA WANTS TO BRING MORE ANTIMICROBIALS UNDER VETERINARIAN CONTROL Federal regulators plan

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's a real problem.” A study that came out last year looked at owner perception of the causes of increased vocalization in cats with cognitive dysfunction and what impact it had on the cat's household. Owners reported that the main cause of their cat

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trends overall: Total retail sales increased by 6.7% from 2019 to 2020. Forty-seven percent of pet owners reported they increased the number of times they purchased online. Pet specialty and independent retailers experienced solid growth

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productivity, and higher turnover. While many pet owners have seen an increase in wait times, particularly at emergency clinics, only 3% of pet owners reported having to wait four weeks or longer to book an appointment at clinics overall last year. In fact

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are neither aware of nor understand the role and educational requirements of certified veterinary technicians. After learning about credentialed veterinary technicians and their required level of education and expertise, 69% of pet owners reported that

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