NOTE: Titles are available online, some require a password. Please contact library staff for passwords.
Animal Sheltering: Bimonthly, full-color, and broad-reaching in content, Animal Sheltering is for everyone who cares about the animals in their community—from humane society directors and city animal control managers to kennel staff, volunteers, and private individuals working as activists, breed rescuers, wildlife rehabbers, veterinarians, and more.
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association: Published twice monthly, this peer-reviewed, general scientific journal provides reports of clinical research, feature articles and regular columns of interest to veterinarians in private and public practice. The News and Classified Ad sections are posted online 10 days to two weeks before they are delivered in print. All issues published since January 1, 2000 are available online and are searchable
Trends: Published twelve times a year, Trends offers straight-forward, real world strategies, best business management practices, protocols, tips and techniques—along with overviews of articles published in JAAHA, and in-depth analysis and discussion of industry trends that may affect your practice.
DVM360 and Veterinary Economics: The dvm360 family of publications offers the most comprehensive coverage in the veterinary market, reaching over 200,000 highly-targeted readers monthly. dvm360 offers readers breaking news and commentary from industry leaders in a beautiful tabloid format. Veterinary Economics is the leader in the business of owning and running a practice.
Vetlearn is a leader in veterinary education and the preferred resource for veterinary professionals. Vetlearn provides everyone on the veterinary team–practitioners, practice managers, technicians, and front desk staff–with quality clinical content. Vetlearn is the veterinary community’s source for continuing education, breaking news, downloadable client handouts and practice management advice
EQUUS is committed to helping horse owners achieve a better understanding and appreciation of the nature and needs of the horse. The magazine explores topics ranging from the latest developments in veterinary science and horse care to the horse's remarkable and enduring relationship with man. The magazine has enjoyed a long partnership with the American Association of Equine Practitioners as a Media Partner.
Check sections 31.31 through 31.40 for information regarding Vet Techs.