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Veterinarians tend to unique needs of exotic pets Exotic companion mammals and pet reptiles and amphibians are not as popular as pet cats, dogs, and birds are, but they number in the millions in the United States. Veterinarians who work with

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, a measure that is related to underemployment and refers to unused but available ability for veterinarians to deliver services. The number of veterinary college graduates also is expected to level off by 2018, while pet populations are expected to

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.dhs.gov/nbaf . Global News DeHaven addresses veterinarians at global animal welfare conference The AVMA CEO said veterinarians worldwide have the opportunity and obligation to help animal owners, caretakers, handlers, and policy makers understand the complexity of

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Primate veterinarians bridge gap between science, human medicine When reports surfaced earlier this year that some primates at the New Iberia Research Center in Louisiana had been mistreated, some people may have seen it as confirmation of

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Median incomes up, 2009–2011 The newest income numbers look better than a lot of veterinarians feel. According to the recently released 2013 AVMA Report on Veterinary Compensation, median income for full-time private practitioners

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2007 in Developmental Psychology. Cyberbullies can also harm a business's reputation, including a veterinarian's. Dr. Kimberly May, director of professional and public affairs in the AVMA Communications Division, said cyberbullying is a trend on the

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—both in private practice and beyond. “There is a growing need for veterinarians to address public health issues, such as the emergence of zoonoses and the safety and security of food of animal origin,” said Dr. Henry E. Childers, AVMA past president and

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AVMA sounds alarm at Senate hearing on veterinary shortage A Government Accountability Office report is raising concerns that the federal government's veterinarian workforce isn't large enough to guarantee a safe food supply and effectively

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Georgia, with the help of a software engineer, developed a smartphone app to create that critical mass. Veterinarians—preferably those working in emergency clinics—register through the app, and, using the scale to look at each component of their case, they

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Partners for Healthy Pets program reaches out to veterinarians, pet owners The new Partners for Healthy Pets program offers a free online Practice Resources Toolbox to help veterinarians overcome barriers to preventive care for cats and dogs

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