Category Archives: AVMA

Money, It’s a Gas: The High Cost of Being a Veterinarian

Rising student loan debt could be plaguing the profession This year, nearly 4,000 college students completed their veterinary education and started their journey into the profession, which is up from 2,500 in 2010. While this is certainly good news for … Continue reading

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Lyme Disease Still a Risk for Humans and Pets

Veterinarian and pediatrician groups issue reminders on safety and prevention¬† The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) are issuing reminders about the risk of Lyme disease in humans and pets. Since most pets and … Continue reading

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American Veterinary Medical Association Announces New President

Dr. Ted Cohn takes the lead in new position¬† Dr. Ted Cohn of Lone Tree, Colorado stepped into his new role last Friday as president of the American Veterinary Medical Association. He assumes the role after more than 35 years … Continue reading

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AVMA Wins World Veterinary Day Award

Organization launched online hub for animal welfare on World Veterinary Day 2014¬† The American Veterinary Medical Association took home the 2014 World Veterinary Day Award for the development of an online hub focused on animal welfare. The AVMA launched the … Continue reading

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