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Reporting Problems with Animal Products
FDA encourages consumers, veterinarians and industry to report problems with animal drugs, food and devices.How to Report Problems
Veterinary medicine related Recall Announcements
Voluntary Recall of One Lot of Kaytee® Wild Bird Food Birders Blend, 8 Lb Bag, Due to Elevated Levels of Aflatoxin
Nestlé Purina Petcare Company Expands Voluntary Recall of Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets El Elemental Dry Dog Food in the U.S. Due to Potentially Elevated Vitamin D
Stratford Care USA, Inc Recalls Omega-3 Supplements for Cats and Dogs Because of Possible Elevated Levels of Vitamin A
FDA Announces Draft Guidance for the Use of Published Literature to Support New Animal Drug Approvals
La FDA anuncia el borrador de la guía para el uso de la literatura publicada para apoyar la aprobación de nuevos medicamentos para animales
FDA Proposes Revisions to Guidance on Evaluating Safety of Antimicrobial Animal Drugs Based on Their Importance in Human Medicine
Recently Published Veterinary medicine related Guidances
CVM GFI #106 The Use of Published Literature in Support of New Animal Drug Approvals
Electronic Systems, Electronic Records, and Electronic Signatures in Clinical Investigations: Questions and Answers
CVM GFI #272 Practices to Prevent Unsafe Contamination of Animal Feed from Drug Carryover
The Center for Veterinary Medicine
CVM is an internationally recognized, high performance, public health organization committed to our mission of protecting human and animal health. CVM is responsible for assuring that animal drugs and medicated feeds are safe and effective and that food from treated animals is safe to eat. We are comprised of six offices and are located in both Rockville, Maryland and Laurel, Maryland.