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The Canadian Animal Health Institute (CAHI) promotes preventive veterinary care with a pilot outreach campaign

Veterinarians are encouraged to help spread the word about the positive impact of preventive care on pets' quality of life by sharing the Canadian Animal Health Institute's (CAHI) campaign message (#pettovet) between January 1 and 31, 2017.

Veterinary clinics play a key role in Grey Bruce public health tick surveillance network

Grey Bruce area veterinary clinics join forces with the local public health unit as part of its tick surveillance network.

Equine Foundation of Canada makes major donation of $127,000 to the Atlantic Veterinary College

The Equine Foundation of Canada (EFC) has generously provided the Atlantic Veterinary College (AVC) with $127,000 for state-of-the-art equipment used to diagnose and treat lameness, cardiovascular, and gastrointestinal conditions in horses.

Dr. Chris Clark is the newest recipient of the WCVM Master Teacher Award

Dr. Chris Clark receives University of Saskatchewan's top teaching prize.

Practical tips and tools to prepare your clients for pet ownership

Watch our exclusive interview with Dr. Jason Coe, creator of, a unique website dedicated to providing pet owners with the resources they need to ensure a successful and lasting relationship with their new pet.

CanWest Shinny Hockey Game to raise funds for Tails of hope

Dr. Cathy Kerr recruits two all-stars teams in support of Tails of Help.

​New tools from the WSAVA Global Pain Council

Watch Dr. Ingwersen and Dr. Steagall as they share some exciting developments from the WSAVA Global Pain Council.

First Canadian veterinarian elected to WSAVA presidency

Dr. Walt Ingwersen, a Canadian veterinarian is the new President of the World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA).

Pets rule cancer drools

Unique fundraising event kicks off Veterinary Technician Week at Pierrefonds Animal Hospital

Studying Lymphoma in Dogs Benefits Human Cancer Research

University of Guelph researchers are finding that dogs provide a good model for human lymphoma studies.