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ingredients and other components associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, and its response, have coalesced to result in inadequate animal drug supplies. 2 To forestall this, the US FDA has encouraged that all entities, including clients, veterinarians, and

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extinction-level threats induced by climate change. In most countries, veterinarians swear to uphold a professional oath. The spirit of those oaths is embodied in the World Veterinary Association’s model oath 4 : “I as a member of the Global

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a medical condition or behavioral challenge affects a family in many ways, and decisions about a pet’s care can impact the well-being of the family. 5 Previous publications have advocated for veterinarians to present clients with a spectrum of

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(PRRSV) into local herds, in the author’s experience (GS). Therefore, it is the duty of swine veterinarians, defined in this manuscript to include practicing (private and corporate), industry, research, academic, and regulatory (state and federal

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, and environmental health stemming from CC, there is an urgent need for all veterinarians to recognize and understand the drivers behind and health impacts of these changes, and the actions they and the veterinary profession at large must take to

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In veterinary medicine, antimicrobial stewardship refers to the commitment by veterinarians and animal caretakers to preserve the effectiveness of antimicrobials without risking the health and welfare of animals or harming public or environmental

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veterinarians would be needed to make up for veterinarian’s collective net desire to work fewer hours and accept less compensation. 4 , 7 The available trend information on the future demand and supply of veterinarians in companion animal medicine requires an

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veterinarians are often exposed to potentially destabilizing stressors that take an emotional toll. Medical students, residents, and physicians in clinical practice experience similar stressors, 2 and in response, the medical profession has published a vast

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contributions of and collaborations among the many involved stakeholders that a problem as complex and widespread as antimicrobial resistance can be addressed. Companion animal veterinarians face increasing numbers of antimicrobial-resistant bacterial

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