The OVMA is pleased to yet again sponsor the Veterinary Education Center at the Ohio State Fair. This exhibit gives fairgoers the exciting opportunity to witness the live birth of a calf and ask questions of an experienced professional – YOU!
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United Pet Group is voluntarily expanding its recall of multiple rawhide dog chew products to include private label brands. The recall was initiated due to possible chemical contamination.
The following brands and products are affected by the recall: Read more
Loving Pets of Cranbury, N.J., has announced a voluntary recall of a limited number of dog treats because of the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella bacteria. No illnesses, injuries or complaints have been reported to date.
The recall was initiated after United Pet Group realized that specific rawhide chew manufacturing facilities were using a quaternary ammonium compound mixture as a processing aid in the manufacturing of rawhide chews. The compound is an anti-microbial chemical that is approved for cleaning food processing equipment. But it has not been approved in the U.S. as a processing aid in the production of rawhide chews for dogs.
Party Animal, Inc. has announced it is recalling specific lots of two varieties of its Cocolicious canned dog foods because they have each tested positive for the euthanasia drug, pentobarbital. The lot numbers of the food in question had been manufactured and distributed nationwide in 2015.
Looking for a Full time or part-time veterinarian for a shelter medicine position at a well-established and busy humane society. Spay/neuter surgeries as well as many other surgical procedures depending on surgical experience. New graduates are welcome to apply for an exciting opportunity to work with an experienced & enthusiastic staff.
Anna Brown, DVM
EuroCan Manufacturing is voluntarily recalling one lot of its Barnsdale Farms, HoundsTooth and Mac’s Choice pig ears because they have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella. No illnesses have been reported.
Wellpet of Tewksbury, Ma., and Blue Buffalo Company of Wilton, Conn., are voluntarily recalling specific canned dog foods because they may contain elevated levels of naturally occurring beef thyroid hormone.
Full time associate needed for busy two person AAHA practice. Newer hospital, pleasant staff. Experience preferred but will consider new graduate. 401K plan, health insurance and other benefits. Contact Robin Wulf at email@example.com.
We are seeking a veterinarian for a full-time position in our 3 Doctor, growing, friendly, and well respected companion animal hospital. A part-time Doctor may also be considered. No after-hours or weekend emergency coverage is required. We offer medical, surgical, and dental care to cats, dogs, and small mammals. New graduates and experienced veterinarians are encouraged to apply. Our hospital was completely renovated in 2014 and we are fortunate to have a great staff consisting of experienced office professionals and registered veterinary technicians. Our medical records are computerized and are integrated with our Idexx in-house laboratory. We offer digital radiography, ultrasonography, and Companion laser therapy. We also perform a variety of surgical procedures and are eager to stay current with the newest medical therapies.
Pittsburgh Veterinary Specialty and Emergency Center (PVSEC, www.pvs-ec.com) – the most comprehensive multi-specialty practice in Western Pennsylvania – is seeking a Hospitalist to join our team of 56 veterinarians. The Hospitalist will be responsible for managing inpatients (primarily those presenting through the emergency service) that do not require transfer to a specialty service in an effort to better manage caseload and provide superior care. We are seeking candidates that have a Veterinary degree. Candidate must have completed a rotating internship in a specialty practice setting. ABVP board certification (or interest in pursuing ABVP board certification) is advantageous. One year of experience in a multi-specialty/ER private practice setting (including internship) required; 2 years preferred. For more information, please visit https://www.pvs-ec.com/pvsec-careers or e-mail Kenton D. Rexford, VMD at firstname.lastname@example.org. EOE
Pittsburgh Veterinary Specialty and Emergency Center (PVSEC, www.pvs-ec.com) is the most comprehensive multi-specialty practice in Western Pennsylvania. Our 35,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility includes on-site 1.5T MRI and 8-slice CT, a linear accelerator, 4 ultrasound machines, video endoscopy, digital radiography, C-arm fluoroscopy, ECG telemetry, dedicated suites for endoscopy, ultrasound, oncology, and cardiology, and much more! Our growing team includes emergency veterinarians (9) and specialists in internal medicine (4), medical oncology (4), radiation oncology, cardiology (2), neurology (2), surgery (7), critical care (3), ophthalmology (4), dermatology, radiology, anesthesia, and dentistry. Services such as a blood bank, staffed comprehensive in-house laboratory and pharmacy, critical care, rehabilitation, on-site social worker, and 24/7/365 emergency coverage support the specialty services, and support and managerial staff are excellent. Additionally, we have 5 rotating interns, residents in surgery and critical care, and participate with The Ohio State University in clinical trials.
Experienced Veterinarian wanted to join our fast-paced, well-established- 8 doctor veterinary practice located in a rural community with a low cost of living. We are 2 hours west of Yosemite, 2 hours from San Francisco and 2 hours from Napa. We desire a smart, enthusiastic, energetic, client oriented veterinarian with strong internal medicine and surgical skills. Top of the line equipment including digital radiography, brand new endoscope machine, brand new ultrasound machine, hydrotherapy unit, and more. We offer Canine Rehabilitation and Acupuncture and are a Feline Friendly Gold certified hospital. Support staff is phenomenal. No ER shifts. 32 scheduled hours/week. $130,000/year base salary with 20% production pay, great benefits, with partnership potential for the right associate (we are NOT corporate). Contact Dr. Rob Santos at Rob@pizzlerot.com or 209-648-8702.
Full time, enthusiastic associate veterinarian wanted for highly progressive practice. Friendly, competent support staff and no evening call. Competitive salary based on experience. Please e-mail to email@example.com or call 513-520-4255.
Attendance numbers for the 2017 Midwest Veterinary Conference show a significant increase in technician and student attendance over the past several years. Although overall attendance was slightly lower than 2016’s record breaker, it is still notably higher than prior years, reflecting a steady increase in attendance over the past seven years.
|Hospital/Shelter Staff & Other Professionals||528||660||626|
|Students: Pre-Vet, Tech, Veterinary||700||690||817|
|Exhibit Hall Visitors||98||206||155|
|Veterinary Exploration Conference||49||214||195|
COLUMBUS, OHIO – MARCH 6, 2017 – Columbus veterinarian Dr. Linda Lord has been named the 2016 Veterinarian of the Year by the Ohio Veterinary Medical Association (OVMA). The award, considered the Association’s highest honor, was presented by outgoing OVMA President Dr. Scott Pendleton during a special award ceremony at the annual Midwest Veterinary Conference.
Blue Buffalo has issued a voluntary recall of 17 varieties of its Blue Divine Delights and Blue Wilderness Trail Trays due to quality issues with the foil seals on the top of the cups. No illnesses have been reported.
Blue Buffalo Company has issued a voluntary recall for specific lots of Blue Buffalo Homestyle Recipe Healthy Weight canned dog food due to possible aluminum metal contamination. No illnesses or injuries have been reported yet.
PetSmart and Giant Food Stores have issued voluntary recalls of specific lots of their canned dog foods due to possible metal contamination. Read more
Illinois-based Evanger’s Dog and Cat Food Company is recalling its Hunk of Beef canned pet food after pentobarbital was detected during testing. To date, five dogs reportedly became ill, one of which died after consuming the product with lot number 1816E06HB13. Read more
The J.M. Smucker Company has expanded its earlier recall, adding six more lots of 9Lives and Special Kitty canned cat food. The products have been recalled due to potentially low thiamine levels.
To view the full list of recalled products, including those that have been added, visit the FDA Recall Website.
The J.M. Smucker Company has announced a voluntary recall on certain lots of 9LivesTM, EverPetTM, and Special KittyTM canned cat food due to the possibility of low thiamine levels.
To see a full list of the recalled products, visit the FDA Recall website.
No illnesses related to this issue have been reported to date, and no other products of The J.M. Smucker Company are affected by this recall.
Consumers who have purchased cat food from the affected lots should stop feeding it and contact the company at 800-828-9980 Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. EST or firstname.lastname@example.org.
—Source: U.S. Food & Drug Administration
Wanted a full-time or part-time veterinarian. We are an AAHA certified Full Service hospital. We provide wellness, sick, urgent, general surgery services for clients in a 30-plus mile radius and help other veterinarians in the area to take their daytime emergencies or urgent care cases they are unable to see. We have a full in-house lab, pharmacy, ICU and Urgent care/treatment area, digital radiology/ultrasound and full surgery suite with all the equipment you need to manage your patients; we do not provide boarding services except for special circumstances. We are open 7 days a week with extended hours on Monday and Tuesday. New Grads welcomed and mentoring will be provided. Relocation fees available. Interviews can be by phone, Skype, other visual app, or in person. Additional job and hospital information along with FAQs information can be sent via email upon request. Please visit our website for additional information at adamsonveterinaryservices.com. Competitive salary and excellent benefits, paid CE, normal hours and vacation days. Please contact Dr. Vickey Brooks at (330)332-1880 or (330)429-0952 from 6pm–9pm. You can also send a CV to email@example.com or Adamson Veterinary Services, 375 W. State St., Salem, OH 44460.
Mars Petcare has initiated a voluntary recall of a limited number of CESAR® Filet Mignon Flavor wet dog food products due to a potential choking risk from small pieces of plastic which entered the food during the production process.
This year’s Fore Animals Classic fundraiser brought in nearly $9,000 in funds for animal-related research and projects—a 20 percent increase over 2015. The ninth annual event, hosted by the Ohio Animal Health Foundation, drew 56 participants to Bent Tree Golf Club on Sept. 21.
REYNOLDSBURG, OHIO — SEPT. 16, 2016 — The first positive case of West Nile Virus (WNV) in an Ohio horse has been confirmed in 2016.
Testing on samples taken from a seven‐year‐old Standardbred in Tuscarawas County confirmed the positive WNV diagnosis to the Ohio Department of Agriculture Sept. 12. The horse’s veterinarian first examined the animal Aug. 29. The animal was euthanized after exhibiting significant clinical signs, including shaking, agitation and thrashing. The horse had not been vaccinated.
West Nile Virus is transmitted to horses via bites from infected mosquitoes. Clinical signs for WNV include flulike symptoms, where the horse seems mildly anorexic and depressed. Changes in mentality, drowsiness, driving or pushing forward (often without control) and asymmetrical weakness may be observed. Mortality rate from WNV can be as high as 30‐40 percent in horses. Infection with WNV does not always lead to signs of illness in people or animals. WNV is endemic in the United States and Ohio has reported three positive cases in horses each of the last few years.
“This incident in Tuscarawas County should serve as an alert to all horse owners to vaccinate their animals against West Nile Virus,” said State Veterinarian Dr. Tony Forshey. “Vaccines are a proven and effective prevention tool and I encourage all owners to talk to their local vet for options and advice on how to keep their animals healthy.”
In addition to vaccinations, horse owners also should work to reduce the mosquito population and eliminate possible breeding areas. Recommendations include: removing stagnant water sources; keeping animals inside during the bugs’ feeding times, which are typically early in the morning and evening; and using mosquito repellents.
—Submitted by the Ohio Department of Agriculture
Relief Veterinarian Available. Quality Care. Reasonable Rates. 21 years of experience in small animal general practice including surgery, dentistry, emergency medicine, relief work, and hospital ownership. Treating your hospital, team, clients, and their pets with compassion and respect. Contact: ReliefVetOhio@gmail.com or (614) 205-4162
Fantastic Practice Opportunity for a Full-Time DVM at a small animal practice in East Central Ohio. Would you appreciate begin part of a team-oriented practice where your expertise and experience are appreciated by both super loyal clientele and great support staff? Would you enjoy living in a beautiful rural area boasting excellent schools, a solid economy, a local university, support for the arts, history and an abundance of outdoor activities? And would you like to be able to reach Cleveland, Pittsburg, or Columbus in less than two hours or spend a day among the Amish after a scenic forty minute drive? If your answer is yes, then we may be the practice you are searching for. We offer at Twin City Veterinary Outpatient Clinic: Salary and benefits negotiable based on your experience. No after hour emergency calls. In house Abaxis blood machines, ultrasound machine and an opportunity for personal growth. Please email a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Feel free to call (740) 922-3727 or email with any questions.
Purina Animal Nutrition LLC is voluntarily recalling one lot of Purina® Lamb Grower® B30 Medicated Sheep Feed packaged in the green and white generic paper LAND O LAKES® Feed bags. The product was distributed in Ohio and Pennsylvania during the dates of May 12, 2016, through June 22, 2016. Read more