The market for veterinary jobs can be competitive. You may have the skills and education necessary to perform the job duties, but are you armed with the right skills to ace the interview and land the job? Here is a look at 10 tips for getting hired in veterinary medicine.
NYSVMS, NYS Department of Agriculture & Markets and NYSCHAP are holding a free Veterinary Feed Directive CE program Thursday, March 30 at Cadillac Jacks, 24 Monroe St., Ellicottville. Registration and dinner is at 6:30 p.m., sponsored...
Jim Moore, a professor in the College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Georgia, is conducting a survey of veterinarians about criteria used for admission of students to veterinary schools. The purpose of this study is gather...
Symptomatic of larger problems in the for-profit education industry, 11 more veterinary technology programs have had their accreditation withdrawn by the AVMA Committee on Veterinary Technician Education and Activities since its last meeting, Nov. 3-6, in Schaumburg, Illinois....
Oasmia Pharmaceutical AB has taken a canine cancer drug, Paccal Vet, or paclitaxel for injection, off the market to study lowering the dose to reduce adverse effects. At the company’s request, the Food and Drug Administration has withdrawn conditional approval of the...
The Rottweiler breed is often thought to be aggressive or vicious. Through his work as a therapy volunteer, as well as a Reading Education Assistance Dog (R.E.A.D), Spencer dispels the myths about his breed, while helping his community to be a better place. At 11 years...
Working donkeys might deal with much more pain than their owners realize. Hardy animals, donkeys don’t appear to suffer from laborious work, hard conditions, and lameness issues the way a horse might. But according to a study by British scientists, that could be because...
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