AVMA is listed in the Management Consultants category in Schaumburg, Illinois. Displayed below are the social networks for AVMA which include a Facebook page, a Linkedin company page and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of AVMA on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 96.

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1931 N Meacham Rd
Schaumburg, IL 60173
(847) 303-6142

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Starting tomorrow, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Wildlife Services will be dropping oral rabies vaccine baits in several Tennessee counties. If you happen to come across them, just leave them alone. They shouldn't harm you or your pets, but you should wash your hands if you have any contact.
Some Tennesseans may start to see some small coated plastic packets pop up in southcentral portions of the state starting next week.

To our veterinary colleagues: The AVMA sincerely apologizes for a paragraph contained in the September 2017 Bovine Veterinarian article, Drivers of Direction. The article is an analysis of the 2016 AABP-AVMA study of factors other than salary that impact career decisions. Instead of presenting an objective analysis, this paragraph played into and perpetuated antiquated male and female stereotypes. This paragraph was a deviation from the AVMA’s own diversity policy and, most importantly, doesn’t demonstrate the respect we have for all of our members. Economic analysts want to be able to explain why they see the results they do. Explanations should be based on data. In this case, there was no data or analysis that would support a statement regarding gender preferences across the bovine segment of our profession. It’s the job of the AVMA’s Economics Division to collect data, do a careful analysis, and then present information in an objective fashion so that it serves the profession in finding solutions to challenging economic problems. This case represents a “fail” in that effort. The AVMA apologizes and has requested a retraction on the article. Like a family, we are here to support you in all that you do. Unfortunately, as it also happens in families, we make mistakes. We know this was a significant one. We are deeply sorry. Janet D. Donlin, DVM Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer American Veterinary Medical Association

Moxie, reporting for duty! (Well, as soon as she's certified, anyway.)
CONCORD — The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department's K-9 Conservation Corps has a lively new recruit.

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This is the excited face of Odey, a Hungarian Vizsla trained to detect explosives. Odey was recently deployed to Houston to help in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.
Odey screens thousands of travelers every day for explosive materials.