CRANBURY, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--American Veterinarian®, a premier multimedia provider of cutting-edge veterinary news, research updates and conference coverage, has surpassed 1 million-page views for 2018, announced Chris Hennessy, publisher of American Veterinarian®.
“We are proud to reach 1 million-page views for the first time in 2018,” Hennessy said. “This milestone is a true team effort, and we are excited to see American Veterinarian® continue to grow as a top resource for veterinarians.”
In addition, traffic on the magazine’s digital platform has increased 457 percent since 2017 and averaged more than 100,000 monthly page views since July, making 2018 American Veterinarian®’s best recorded year ever.
The top-performing articles that contributed to 2018’s success include:
- FDA Warns of Possible Link Between Grain-Free Dog Foods and Heart Disease.
- The Poison Potential of Succulents.
- USDA Grants Canine Osteosarcoma Vaccine With Conditional License.
- Pentobarbital Contamination: FDA Alerts Pet Owners, Confirms Investigation.
- Top 5 Ailments for Dogs and Cats.
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About American Veterinarian®
American Veterinarian®, a premier print and digital platform for veterinary professionals, provides comprehensive clinical and business-related news, conference coverage, product information and other content designed to improve patient outcomes and positively affect the way veterinarians practice medicine and run their business in today’s rapidly changing health care landscape. American Veterinarian® is also host to the annual Atlantic Coast Veterinary Conference®, a continuing education event that has been a staple in the veterinary community for more than 29 years.