The American Veterinary Medical Association offers resources, guidance and information on relief programs for veterinary professionals.
Protecting the people and animals of North Carolina, the NCVMB provides important resources and information relevant to veterinary professionals during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Information and resources provided by the FDA on Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) and animal health and safety.
The CDC is offering vital information to pet owners, informing them of how COVID-19 interacts with animals.
The NAVC media team brings you the latest pertinent news for veterinary professionals in one weekly video roundup.
With travel plans placed on an extended hold and CE live event cancellations due to COVID-19, VetFolio is proud to open up several CE resources all for free to support you in your education journey.
Veterinary practice owners face ambiguity and financial ramifications as procedures are evaluated on a case-by-case basis.
Veterinary professionals from across the country report on the implications of this crisis on their business, day-to-day operation, and emotional wellbeing.
A paycheck protection loan and an economic injury grant are two of several business-friendly programs available to veterinarians.
After news of a Malayan tiger testing positive for COVID-19 broke, pet owners may experience increased anxiety about the safety of their pets. Here's how to communicate the facts with anxious clients.
Added stressors related to the coronavirus pandemic can take a serious toll on the mental health of veterinary professionals. Here are a few ways to help alleviate anxiety.
Denise Tumblin, CPA, shares what practice owners should be paying attention to in federal coronavirus aid programs and best practices to weather the storm.
Paid sick leave is an employee right, but veterinary practices can take advantage of new payroll tax credits.
Important COVID-19 information for animal shelters
Statement on confirmed positive results from Antech’s SARS-CoV-2 surveillance program
Leading Veterinary Diagnostic Company Sees No COVID-19 Cases in Pets