A letter to IVIS

A letter from our editor

For 20 years, IVIS has meant
a lot to you, and to us.

A world of information at your fingertips

IVIS provides convenient access to information on veterinary medicine. We host books, proceedings and journals as a free service to veterinarians, veterinary students, academics, veterinary nurses and technicians, and animal health professionals worldwide.

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News from IVIS

SEP 06, 2020

BEVA TWO ZERO - The Undercover Congress Weds 9 Sept

Covid-19 stopped BEVA Congress 2020 but that won't stop us. Join us to discover, learn, and get together virtually during the week that would have...

SEP 06, 2020

New AAHA/AAFP feline care guidelines stress the need to tailor vaccine protocols for specific pets

To provide feline patients with the best preventive care possible, it is imperative veterinarians determine a cat’s unique risk factors.

SEP 06, 2020

Royal Canin Backs WSAVA Global Nutrition Committee

Global pet nutrition company Royal Canin has partnered with the World Small Animal Veterinary Association to support the Global Nutrition Committee...

SEP 02, 2020

September is Animal Pain Awareness Month

September is Animal Pain Awareness Month and the International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management (IVAPM) and event sponsor, Zoetis, are helping to...

SEP 01, 2020

New resource provides veterinarians with latest research, regulatory updates on cannabis products for pets

With the publication of "Cannabis in Veterinary Medicine" by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), veterinarians now have a...

AUG 28, 2020

Why are flat-faced dogs popular despite severe health problems

Come for the looks, stay for the personality? An investigation of owner recommendation of Bulldogs, French Bulldogs and Pugs.

AUG 28, 2020

Daylight study reveals how animals adapt between seasons

Scientists have discovered how a biological switch helps animals make the seasonal changes crucial for survival, such as growing a warm winter coat...

AUG 26, 2020

AVMA launches inaugural report describing antimicrobial resistance in animals

Report will be a key resource for veterinarians in the fight to protect animal, human and environmental health against threat of antimicrobial...

AUG 22, 2020

American Veterinary Medical Foundation and Hill's Pet Nutrition partner to offer scholarships for Tuskegee University veterinary students

Hill's Pet Nutrition and the American Veterinary Medical Foundation today announced a new scholarship program for students at Tuskegee University's...

AUG 22, 2020

An active lifestyle reduces fearfulness in dogs, but dif­fer­en­ces between breeds are great

The more dogs are engaged in activities and the more diverse experiences and canine friends they have, the less fearful they are in new situations and...

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