Initial findings indicate members of the veterinary team in all parts of the world are experiencing stress and diminished wellbeing.
As a joint initiative of the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs and the University of Guelph, the Ontario Animal Health Network focuses on early disease and welfare trend detection in animals throughout Ontario to keep veterinarians, producers and the public informed, and to direct appropriate action whenever necessary.
Dr. Michelle Lem, founder of the Community Veterinary Outreach program, received the 2019 Global One Health Award from the World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA). This prestigious global award is presented by the WSAVA’s One Health Committee (OHC) to an individual or organization contributing to the promotion of an aspect of One Health relevant to companion animals.
To honour its commitment to improving animal health medicine on a daily basis, and to thank animal welfare organizations for their contribution in protecting animals, Dispomed has created the Dispo-Don Fundraising Campaign. Every year, an exclusive Dispo-Don equipment colour will be selected and, for each special edition unit sold, a $100 donation will be made to the participating non-profit animal welfare organization closest to the clinic.
Purina marks the 51st Anniversary of the Purina Animal Hall of Fame by inducting three new heroic dogs. On June 11, 2019, in Toronto, Shelby, Rosco and Tucker were honoured at a special red carpet awards ceremony to celebrate their extraordinary qualities, courageous actions and lifesaving instincts.
Congratulations to Dr. Étienne Côté, professor of cardiology at the Atlantic Veterinary College, who received the 2018 Atlantic Award of Excellence in Veterinary Medicine and Animal Care at the Atlantic Provinces Veterinary Conference in Halifax on April 13. Passionate about teaching, and dedicated to veterinary students and residents, Dr. Côté was nominated by Dr. Ameet Singh, a former student who is now an associate professor of surgery at the Ontario Veterinary College.
Intended primarily for general practitioners and veterinary team members without advanced dental training, the purpose of the updated 2019 AAHA Dental Care Guidelines for Dogs and Cats is to provide guidance to veterinary professionals that will enable them to recognize dental pathology and deliver appropriate preventive and therapeutic care to their patients, as well as to provide essential dental education to their clients.
Register today to attend the 2019 Canadian Association of Veterinary Cannabinoid Medicine (CAVCM) Symposium where veterinarians and technicians will have the opportunity to learn about the science of cannabinoid veterinary medicine.
Mark your calendar on June 24, 2019, in Ajax, Ontario!