Animal Health SmartBrief
- Veterinary research lays foundation for COVID-19 vaccine
Diseases caused by coronaviruses are well-studied in veterinary medicine, and effective vaccines already exist that protect l -More-
- Learn more from the AVMA about the novel coronavirus
- Veterinary clinic closes after COVID-19 exposure
A veterinary clinic in Edmonton, Alberta, was forced to close temporarily after staff were exposed to someone who had COVID-1 -More-
- Esteemed veterinarian gave 60 years to profession
Veterinary pathologist Bruce Wren spent more than 60 years in the field of veterinary medicine and was recognized for his con -More-
- Ticks carrying multiple pathogens plague Russian region
Scientists in Russia say hybrid ticks carrying pathogens that cause encephalitis and Lyme disease have bitten tens of thousan -More-
- NVSL reports SARS-CoV-2 test results on Pug
Tests conducted by the USDA National Veterinary Services Laboratories (NVSL) were unable to verify SARS-CoV-2 infection in a pet Pug in North Carolina.
- Veterinary research spotlighted on the Hill
On May 13, the AVMA hosted an educational briefing for Capitol Hill staff on recognizing and managing pain in farm animals.
- USP to develop compounding standards with veterinary collaboration
The United States Pharmacopeia (USP) voted to develop and revise compounding standards based on input from healthcare professionals, including veterinarians. We look forward to continued collaboration with USP as pharmaceutical standards applicable to veterinary medicine are developed with veterinary involvement.
- New webinar explains PPP loan forgiveness process
Wondering how to apply for loan forgiveness under the Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program?
- COVID-19: How have veterinary practices responded?
A large-scale AVMA survey of veterinary practices revealed the broad impact of COVID-19, including the most common operational changes and precautionary measures implemented due to the virus.