FDA has recently announced it is relaxing its enforcement of telemedicine for veterinarians under two federal provisions:  (1) when prescribing extralabel drug use; and (2) when prescribing medicate feed pursuant
Continue Reading COVID 19 Update Telemedicine: Enhanced Tools Available for Veterinarians

Since we first published “FDA Continues Proposed Extra-Statutory Authority Over Compounded Animal Drugs,” a number of impacted stakeholders have been expressing concern about the intended and unintentional consequences
Continue Reading Update to FDA’s Guidance #256 on Compounded Animal Drugs

The Food Animal Residue Avoidance Databank (FARAD) recently provided guidance to small ruminant producers and their veterinarians in an article titled “Extralabel drug use (ELDU) in small ruminants” in JAVMA,
Continue Reading The Care of Small Ruminants in the Absence of FDA-Approved Medications

As part of its Five-Year Plan for Supporting Antimicrobial Stewardship in Veterinary Settings—just released—FDA announced that it plans to shift from “educating” food animal veterinarians and producers about the
Continue Reading Food animal veterinarians, producers and feed mills should prepare for enhanced FDA enforcement.

FDA’s recent announcement that it is “withdrawing draft Guidance for Industry (GFI) #230, ‘Compounding Animal Drugs from Bulk Drug Substances’” reminded me that pet owners can become confused
Continue Reading Why pet owners are understandably confused about pet medications.