Animal & Veterinary
FDA's Center for Veterinary Medicine. Protecting human and animal health.
CVM COVID-19 Response
Information and resources available to industry members and consumers on Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) and animal health and safety.
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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
Family Dollar Stores Issues Voluntary Recall of Certain FDA-Regulated Products in Six States Including Drugs, Devices, Cosmetics, Foods
Woody’s Pet Food Deli Recalls Raw Cornish Hen Pet Food for Salmonella Health Risk
In Association with Pet Brands Products, LLC, ALDI Voluntarily Recalls Pet Advent Calendars Due to Potential Choking Hazard
La FDA solicita comentarios públicos sobre el uso de antimicrobianos en animales de compañía
FDA Requests Public Comments on the Use of Antimicrobials in Companion Animals
FDA Announces Live Webinar on the Animal Drug Manufacturing System for Reporting Supply Chain Data
Recently Published Veterinary medicine related Guidances
CVM GFI #272 Practices to Prevent Unsafe Contamination of Animal Feed from Drug Carryover
CVM GFI #3 General Principles for Evaluating the Human Food Safety of New Animal Drugs Used In Food-Producing Animals
Draft Guidance for Industry: The Accredited Third-Party Certification Program: Questions and Answers
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.