Answer: The American Veterinary Medical Association currently represents more than 86,500 veterinarians across the country.
Today, the American Veterinary Medical Association has more than 86,500 members. These professionals use their skills to care for the health and well being of humans, animals, and the environment.
In addition to caring for the nation’s more than 70 million dogs, 80 million cats, 11 million birds, 7 million pet horses, and millions of other companion animals, veterinarians serve in medical research, prevention of bio- and agroterrorism, and food safety and contribute greatly to scientific breakthroughs throughout the world.
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