Animal & Veterinary
A Microgram of Prevention is Worth a Milligram of Cure: Preventing Medication Errors in Animals What Veterinarians Should Tell Clients About Pain Control and Their Pets[ARCHIVED] Conditional Approval of Animal Drugs - What Does This Mean for Veterinarians?[ARCHIVED] Potassium Bromide: Is It Safe for Dogs? A Systematic Review of the Safety of Potassium Bromide in Dogs (JAVMA, Vol 240, No. 6, March 15, 2012)(PDF - 594KB) Concerns about marketed but unapproved animal drugs(PDF - 187KB) Conditional Approval of Animal Drugs - What Does This Mean for Veterinarians? The Ins and Outs of Extra-Label Drug Use in Animals: A Resource for Veterinarians
"Dear Veterinarian" Letters
Letters issued to veterinarians by the FDA CVM alerting them to important information regarding approved new animal drugs and other veterinary products.
Product Safety Information
Dear Doctor Letters
Letters issued to veterinary medicine professionals by drug manufacturers alerting the professionals to important safety information.
Adverse Drug Experience (ADE) Reports
Adverse Drug Experience Reporting
- Information for Veterinarians about Unapproved Animal Drugs
Why FDA Approval of Animal Drugs Matters(PDF - 2.4MB)
Dr. Elizabeth Luddy
Adverse Drug Experience Reporting System(PDF - 3.3MB)
Dr. John Baker