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On January 1, 2017 the Veterinary Feed Directive (VFD) went into effect, resulting in stricter regulations for medicated feeds. Leading up to the change there was a lot of confusion from feed mills, farmers and veterinarians on what these changes would mean and how they would be implemented. Many veterinarians and farms used this time to look at their Veterinarian Client Patient Relationship (VCPR) to see how it would have to adjust with the new requirements.

"As January became near, we started to have discussions with clients about information we would need to be compliant," says Dr. Chris Booth, WVMA member. "We also had many conversations with the various suppliers in our area to help clear up questions and become knowledgeable about what products they would be stocking."

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Saint Patrick's Day is known for the fun atmosphere and celebrations, but what might be fun for you may be scary for your pet. Before having your pet join in the festivities on March 17, the Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association (WVMA) wants you to take these safety tips into consideration. Fotolia 78348844 Subscription Monthly M

Pet Costumes
Before dressing your pet up for the holiday, WVMA Member, Dr. Ron Biese advises that it is important for the costume to fit your pet and for them to feel comfortable.

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April 23 is National Dog Biscuit Day and the Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Assocition (WVMA) wants help you and your canine  family members celebrate with this dog friend biscuit recipe.

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April is National Heartworm Awareness Month and the Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association asks all dog and cat owners to visit their WVMA member veterinarian to have their pets tested and make sure they are protected.

"Heartworms can be life threatening for your pet," says WVMA Member, Dr. K.C. Brooks. "By meeting with your veterinarian and discussing the best preventative options, you can help to ensure they live a long and healthy life."Fotolia 61804072 Subscription Monthly M

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With the season of giving upon us, many people are reaching out to help those less fortunate. Members of the Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association (WVMA) do this throughout the year by volunteering their time knowledge in developing countries and impoverished parts of the United States.

These trips, with the mission of helping those in less fortunate situations, go hand in hand with the One Health concept of human and animal health being interconnected. WVMA Member, Dr. Judy Batker has volunteered on many mission trips to other countries and within the U.S.

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