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Single Application Otitis Externa Therapy TriLogic Pharma has introduced a single application otitis externa therapy, Ketocort Otic, that combines antifungal broad spectrum ketoconazole and anti-pruritic hydrocortisone in a patented, sustained-release drug delivery gel. Ketocort Otic is applied by the veterinarian in a single application and slowly breaks down, releasing medication over 7 days. One week …

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2013 Triennial Heartworm Symposium Findings In September, the American Heartworm Society’s 14th Trienniel Heartworm Symposium took place in New Orleans, presenting the world’s latest and best information on the many facets of heartworm disease. This cutting-edge knowledge will drive future action by AHS and its board as the Society focuses on practitioner and client outreach …

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ProHeart 6 RiskMAP Zoetis, Inc, revised the Risk Minimization Action Plan (RiskMAP) for ProHeart 6 (moxidectin), the sustained-release injectable heartworm preventive for dogs, based on a review of safety history over a 4½-year period. The updated RiskMAP allows use in healthy dogs older than 7 years; permits administration by a trained, certified veterinary technician or …

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ABVS Considering Shelter Medicine Specialty The AVMA (avma.org) American Board of Veterinary Specialties (ABVS) is considering adding a new specialty: Shelter Medicine Practice. The Association of Shelter Veterinarians (ASV, sheltervet.org) has created a formal petition for this specialty, and public comments are welcome through September 1, 2013. The petition and comments will then be evaluated by …

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Disaster Relief Network to Help Pets During Emergencies  Hill’s Pet Nutrition has established a Disaster Relief Network through the Hill’s Food, Shelter & Love program that will enable Hill’s to quickly deploy pet food resources in case of an emergency. The program consists of nearly 100 participating shelters across the country that Hill’s can work …

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National Pet ID Week April 14 through 20 is National Pet ID Week, which provides the perfect opportunity for practices to emphasize the importance of pet identification to clients. In addition to identification tags on collars, microchips offer a permanent identification solution. Remind owners, however, that just implanting the microchip is not enough—they need to …

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Innovation Founder of Veterinary Generic Medicine Company Recognized Goldman Sachs selected Jean Hoffman, founder and CEO of Putney, to attend their first Builders & Innovators Summit honoring the 100 Most Intriguing Entrepreneurs in America. The Builders & Innovators Summit brought together a diverse group of innovators dedicated to economic growth and job creation in America. …

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NONPROFIT PROFILE Cancer Foundation Opens Nonprofit Natural Pet Store Stymie Canine Cancer Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit foundation based in Aurora,Colorado, announced plans to open a nonprofit natural pet retail store in Colorado. The revenue generated from the My Buddy & Me Natural Pet Store will fund canine cancer comparative research and cancer treatments. “Canine cancer …

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New Product Incurin Estriol Tablets for Female Canine Urinary Incontinence Merck Animal Health announces the availability of Incurin, a new FDA-approved treatment for canine urinary incontinence in spayed females, which features convenient once-a-day dosing and a proven efficacy and safety profile. The active ingredient in Incurin, estriol, is a naturally occurring, short-acting estrogen. Estriol can …

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