“Thank you very much to TVMA for all of your hard work and support. We have reached out to Chris Copeland and Elizabeth Choate on several occasions, and they both have been extremely helpful. TVMA has personally been very valuable to us and our practice.”
Drip.vet’s two-hour online course, Opioid 411, has been approved by the Texas Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners (TBVME) to meet all legal requirements. Opioid 411 is being offered to TVMA members for just $24.99 — 50 percent off the regular price.
The mission of the Texas Veterinary Medical Association is to promote, advocate for and protect the veterinary medical profession and to advance animal health for the well-being of animals and humans.
Two Biotech Companies Working Together On A Covid-19 Vaccine For Cats
Developed by EvviVax in partnership with New York-based Applied DNA Sciences.
TTU School of Veterinary Medicine on track for Fall
The project is expected to be on time for the start of this year’s fall semester in August.
Veterinarians Exempt from New E-Prescribing Requirements
Some members of the Texas Veterinary Medical Association (TVMA) have reported that pharmacies have been asking them...