AHI agrees with a recent ruling by the Maryland Supreme Court: pet owners should be justly compensated when they suffer financial losses when a pet is harmed, but allowing plaintiffs to get large, emotion-based awards would create barriers for many responsible, loving pet owners to remain so. Laws that seek to change the legal status […]
The food, fun, and fireworks of July 4th can frighten our pet friends. In fact, animal shelters see an uptick in activity on July 5th because so many pets flee the crowds and noise associated with holiday celebrations. Take steps to protect your pet and prevent heartache by following these recommendations from the American Veterinary […]
Scientific advances and emerging technologies provide greater opportunities to predict, prevent, diagnose, and treat animal illness more quickly, accurately, and safely. Artificial intelligence, stem cell therapy, and new generations of vaccines will all play a crucial role in how we care for and treat animals. Veterinary researchers and developers continue to break new […]
Climate change has allowed parasites to spread to new regions, posing a significant threat to global livestock. New methods of flea and tick control can slow the spread of these parasites while also address challenges of drug resistance. For example, medicines that degrade quickly after use can limit entry into the environment and offer […]
Summer shepherds in the opportunity for outdoor fun for pets and people. Your pets depend on you to keep them hydrated, safe from pests, and comfortable when the temperature swings too high. Get the latest warm weather tips from the American Veterinary Medicine Association.
Pet therapy is becoming increasingly popular in medicine. This sort of treatment aids patients in recovering from a variety of health issues. Animal-assisted therapy is another popular name for it. An organized contact between a human and an animal is created in this type of treatment. The handlers are also involved in the engagement. Typically, the […]
Controlling parasites is more important than ever as these pests spread due to climate change. Fleas and ticks are surviving in warmer temperatures, posing a significant threat to global livestock. Regulation must keep pace with innovation and distinguish between human and animal health challenges to allow new products to reach the market. Read […]
About Animal Health Institute
The Animal Health Institute (AHI) represents the companies that develop and produce animal medicines. Our industry is a global leader whose products improve the health of nearly 10 billion companion and food-producing animals in the U.S., which results in significant economic and social benefits for Americans.