American Veterinary Medical Association

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American Veterinary Medical Association

a nonprofit, professional organization of veterinarians in the USA, whose stated objective is to advance the science and art of veterinary medicine, including its relationship to public health and agriculture.
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Apparently somewhere in the kibble manufacturing process, when the still-moist formula is forced through extrusion machines and shaped into bite-sized bits, micro-lives are lost--although "coating the food with a powder of the probiotic after extrusion better preserved the viability," JAVMA notes.
This one does sound miraculous: "Mandibular reconstruction after gunshot trauma in a dog by use of recombinant human bone morphogenic protein-2" (in JAVMA Vol.
Now a University of Missouri study (published in JAVMA, Vol.
Richards" column, here's another: "Adverse events after vaccine administration in cats," reported by researchers in Purdue's School of Veterinary Medicine in the same JAVMA.
Another study, reported in the same issue of JAVMA by veterinary scientists at Tufts University as "Dietary Patterns of Cats with Cardiac Disease," indicates that owners take pretty good care of pets with sick tickers.
The JAVMA study focused on a cryptococcosis outbreak on British Columbia's Vancouver Island.
And now they have a national, annual price tag, as reported in the same issue of JAVMA (Vol.
Reading further in the same issue of JAVMA, we were strangely drawn to this title: "Outdoor fecal deposition by free-roaming cats and attitudes of cat owners and nonowners toward stray pets, wildlife and water pollution.
Stone-counting researchers reporting in JAVMA (Vol.