AAHAs Board of Directors has decided to phase out of the Seal of Acceptance program for high-deductible pet insurance policies beginning July 1, 2011.
ASPCA Enters Competitive Pet Insurance Market
Petplan pet insurance is accepting nominations for its 2014 Veterinary Awards, which will recognize the profession's top individuals and practices. The company will choose finalists from among those nominated and invite them to the awards dinner at the 2014 Western Veterinary Conference.
Pet insurance company Trupanion announced that in addition to covering 100 percent of the medical bills for service dogs owned by U.S. veterans, it has simplified and expedited the process by which veterinarians are reimbursed for caring these service dogs.
This week: A new veterinary school is coming in the fall, a new Purdue scholarship promotes DE&I, and the top obesity-related pet insurance claims.
Instances of heartworm disease will be higher than average through 2022, particularly along the Atlantic coast and Mississippi River.
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On January 18, Tracey Jensen, DVM, co-owner of Wellington Veterinary Clinic, PC, in Wellington, Colo., and AAHA’s president-elect for 2014-2015, was awarded the Veterinarian of the Year Award. Sponsored by pet insurance provider Petplan, the award was announced at the fourth annual Veterinary Awards Dinner, which took place in tandem with the North American Veterinary Conference (NAVC) in Orlando, Fla.
Thirty years ago, there was no such thing as routine parasite control. Today, there are multiple options for easy testing and prevention to keep pets protected year-round, a seismic shift is due in part to the founding of the CAPC in 2002.
As a veterinary professional, you’ve probably got a better handle than most on the cost of owning a dog. Because it turns out that most Americans don’t have a clue. According to a new survey of 1,500 US adults by the dog-walking app Rover, most people think that getting a dog is going to cost them between $26 and $75 a month. Not hardly.