About Bowman Report

A new kind of journal, the Bowman Report's primary goal is to explore trends affecting the veterinary industry and ideas percolating at the surface that deserve attention, giving shared space to a number of experts and thought leaders to contribute and discuss different perspectives both respectfully and irreverently.

The Bowman Report does not accept advertising dollars or paid promotion of product, and is owned exclusively by KVP International.

If you have any burning topics you'd like discussed or if you wish to contribute to a discussion, feel free to email topics@bowmanreport.com. Otherwise, be sure to sign up for news and special content.

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About Bowman Report

A new kind of journal, the Bowman Report's primary goal is to explore trends affecting the veterinary industry and ideas percolating at the surface that deserve attention, giving shared space to a number of experts and thought leaders to contribute and discuss different perspectives both respectfully and irreverently.

The Bowman Report does not accept advertising dollars or paid promotion of product, and is owned exclusively by KVP International.

If you have any burning topics you'd like discussed or if you wish to contribute to a discussion, feel free to email topics@bowmanreport.com. Otherwise, be sure to sign up for news and special content.

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The Special Sustainability Edition

This special edition of Bowman Report is focussed on sustainability in the veterinary industry. With contributions from multiple industry leaders from leading corporations, like Mars, MWI Animal Health, and Zoetis, as well as important consumer facts and figures from Packaged Facts, this Bowman Report Special Edition should give insight into how to take steps towards sustainability.

The Great American Mutt in the 21st century: A new paradigm

The animal welfare community has a responsibility to blaze a new trail for ethical and humane sourcing of puppies.

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The dog shortage: How spay-neuter has led to empty shelters

Animal welfare campaigns have been so successful that many communities have no adoptable dogs. We can solve this dilemma with humane breeding.

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The orthopedist's view: The perils of delayed growth plate closure

Messing with dogs' hormones by spaying and neutering before skeletal maturity may be the factor that leads to joint problems down the line.

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The case for advanced practice veterinary nursing

Nurse practitioners and physician's assistants fill a major gap in human medicine. A similar role in veterinary medicine could do the same thing — helping ensure that all the pets needing care get seen.

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