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The ABVMA governs the practice of veterinary medicine in Alberta under the authority of the Veterinary Profession Act.
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Pet Insurance allows pet parents to base medical decisions purely on what is best for their pet
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ABVMA Sep 14
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Today, Nova Scotia takes it one step further and has introduced legislation to ban unnecessary cosmetic surgery for animals which includes tail and ear cropping, declawing cats and debarking dogs.
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ABVMA Sep 14
Earlier this year, the Nova Scotia Veterinary Medical Association amended its code of ethics to make the practice of elective and non-therapeutic declawing ethically unacceptable.
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ABVMA Sep 13
A great cause......
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ABVMA Sep 13
Band-Aid-sized ultrasound device could cost as little as $100 via
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ABVMA Sep 11
Exciting announcement from UCVM
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ABVMA Sep 11
ABVMA Registration Day Calgary welcoming new veterinarians a and technologists to Alberta!
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ABVMA Sep 11
Open conversations to save lives
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ABVMA Sep 10
Great information for off leash parks
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ABVMA Sep 7
Watch “Recognition of pain in cats" with Cat Healthy Dr. Liz OBrien on
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ABVMA Sep 7
Replying to @hemang1patel
The Canadian Veterinary Medical Association National Examining Board evaluates credentials. Here is the link:
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ABVMA Sep 7
Congratulations on a great learning resource!
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ABVMA Sep 7
Equine research is important to Alberta veterinarians and horse enthusiasts
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ABVMA Sep 7
Drs. Darrell Dalton, ABVMA Registrar and Margitta Dziwenka, Past-President, are happy to also be attending.
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ABVMA Sep 7
ABVMA president Dr. Kim Romanufa brings greetings at today's AGM. Best wishes for a productive AGM and conference.
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The Poultry Site Sep 4
A new and successful Canadian technique to detect the presence of avian influenza in wild bird populations is already helping to prepare for and control outbreaks:
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The Pig Site Sep 4
Sixth case of brings cull count to 38,000 in China, while authorities battle to control the catastrophic outbreak:
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ABVMA Sep 5
Replying to @hemang1patel
Thank you for your interest. With regards to how to become licensed in Alberta, perhaps this link will help: With regards to the organization you are looking for, you can find more information here: Best of luck!
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Animal Health Australia Sep 4
The Farm Biosecurity Action Planner helps you to determine the disease, pest and weed risks unique to your property and help formulate a plan to manage those risks. Download it here:
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Egan Brockhoff Sep 5
Valuable discussion on the changing face of China's entire pork network. Is this a network that can manage disease? Can rapid growth interfere with food security? PigProgress - China’s pork supply chain in the spotlight
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