Miscellaneous

Veterinary Jobs in Industry

by Nancy S. Loving DVM
Equine practitioners who are looking for alternatives to private or group practice might find their answers in the business world.

Can You Afford (Not to Do) Welfare and Charity Work

by Nancy S. Loving DVM
Colleagues discuss the pros and cons of equid welfare work.

EquiManagement Magazine March/April 2017 Edition

by Kimberly S. Brown
EquiManagement magazine is designed to provide business solutions to equine veterinary practitioners, vet techs and assistants, and those who work in an equine veterinary practices. This information...

Newsletter Links For AHP 2016 Awards

by Kimberly S. Brown
Following are the links for the February and July 2016 EquiManagement.com monthly newsletters for submission to the AHP Awards.

Opportunities Beyond Clinical Equine Veterinary Practice

by Amy Grice, VMD, MBA
The following article about job possibilities outside the norm of veterinary practice is from presentations at the 2016 AAEP Convention.

Who Will Buy Your Equine Veterinary Practice?

by Amy Grice, VMD, MBA
A survey shows that equine veterinary associates and practice owners have different perceptions about practice ownership.

A Veterinarian’s Responsibility in Horse Abuse Cases

by Amy Grice, VMD, MBA
Equine veterinarians should take an active, educated role in equine welfare issues.

AVMA Third Annual Economic Summit

by Amy Grice, VMD, MBA
On October 21, 2015, the third AVMA Economic Summit drew more than 200 veterinarians, academicians and economists to Chicago for the one-day meeting. Led by Michael Dicks, PhD, the team of doctoral...

Making the Most of Continuing Education Opportunities

by Nancy S. Loving DVM
Keeping up with educational requirements, as well as the latest research and technology, is important for veterinarians.

Veterinary Jobs at Universities

by Nancy S. Loving DVM
This is the first in a series of articles about the potential job outlook in the veterinary industry.

Agency and the Vet Bill

by Milton C. Toby, JD
The farm call is the lifeblood of most equine practices. Veterinarians know the important questions to ask about the patient: Accident or injury? Current condition? Obvious clinical signs such as...

Using AAEP’s Touch

by Nancy S. Loving DVM
The American Association of Equine Practitioners does an excellent job of supporting its membership, constantly trying to improve continuing education programs, offering newsletters and...

‘Forward, March’ For Horse Welfare

by Lisa Munniksma
The AAEP Foundation is working behind the scenes to advance the welfare of horses around the world.

What’s the VBMA and Why Should I Care?

by Nancy S. Loving DVM
Looking back over those initial exciting years of vet school and first years in practice, how much more could all of us have gained had we a system in place for networking with colleagues and...

Business from the AAEP Convention

by Amy Grice, VMD, MBA
The 2015 AAEP Convention offered multiple sessions on business, with topics to fit every practitioner's level of interest and experience. The overall theme for the business sessions was...

News List

Keeping Up from the 2016 AAEP Convention: Effect of Dose and Diet on Omeprazole
A topic from the 2016 AAEP Convention focused on the effects of diet and dose on the duration and potency of acid suppression from administration of omeprazole used for treatment and prevention of gastric ulcer syndrome... Read More
Multiple Reports of Strangles and EHV-4 in Nevada
The Nevada Department of Agriculture (NDA) began receiving accounts of horses exposed to equine herpesvirus type-4 (EHV-4) and Streptococcus equi... Read More
Equine Herpes Virus Confirmed in Texas Horse
The Texas Animal Health Commission (TAHC) confirmed equine herpes myeloencephalopathy (EHM), the neurologic disease linked to equine herpesvirus type 1, in a Denton County barrel racing horse on... Read More
USEF Agrees to Grant Farmer/Glefke Rehearing Request
The United States Equestrian Federation Hearing Committee has granted a request for a rehearing in the case against Kelley Farmer and Larry Glefke for the presence of GABA in the horse... Read More

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Veterinarians Get a Leg Up in the War Against Equine Dermatitis
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EQUIOXX (firocoxib) Tablets Receive FDA Approval
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Madigan Foal Squeeze Procedure for Neonatal Maladjustment Syndrome
Veterinary researchers at the University of California, Davis, are teaming up with their colleagues in human medicine to investigate a troubling disorder in newborn horses and are exploring possible... Read More
FDA Issues Warning Letters for Unapproved Omeprazole Drugs Marketed for Use in Horses
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has issued nine warning letters to companies arketing unapproved animal drugs containing omeprazole. These products have not been reviewed by the FDA for safety... Read More