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Dog Enjoys Family Vacation After Cancer Treatments

Dog Enjoys Family Vacation After Cancer Treatments Rob Warren October 18, 2021 Bubbles, a 10-year-old male boxer, was brought to the UC Davis veterinary hospital’s Emergency Room following an inability to maintain his coordination accompanied with weakness in his hind limbs. Critical care specialists in the ER referred him to the Neurology/Neurosurgery Service for further […]

McKayla Nicol Receives the College of Agricultural Sciences Outstanding Dissertation Award

Pathobiology graduate student McKayla Nicol was awarded the College of Agricultural Sciences Outstanding Dissertation Award in recognition for her outstanding nomination for the "Alumni Association Dissertation Award" which showcases McKayla’s achievements in scholarship and professional accomplishments. The Alumni Association Dissertation Award is among the most prestigious awards available to Graduate Students at Penn State. The […]

Pets of Homeless Are in Good Health, OVC-Led Study Finds

It would be a mistake to assume that a cat or dog owned by a homeless or vulnerably housed person is unhealthy, says a new study by the University of Guelph, the organization Community Veterinary Outreach (CVO) and the American Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA). The study led by Dr. David Pearl […]

Antimicrobial Stewardship Researchers at U of G Awarded Provincial Funding

University of Guelph researchers, who are leaders in the field of antimicrobial stewardship, are receiving more than $3 million from Ontario Research Fund (ORF) for their projects. Ontario Veterinary College (OVC) researchers, Dr. David Kelton received $959,000 for his research into antimicrobial stewardship solutions in the Ontario dairy sector and Dr. Shayan Sharif received just over $2 million […]

Weighing In On Feline Obesity

Through grocery store tabloids and TV commercials inundating us with new fad diets it seems that we, as humans, are constantly focusing on our weight. But what about when it comes to where our feline friends fall on the scales? Dr. Ashley Navarrette, a clinical assistant professor at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine […]

New One Health Degree Coming to U of G

The University of Guelph will introduce a first-of-its-kind Bachelor of One Health (BOH) degree program in fall 2022. One Health is a growing field that seeks to solve health problems at the intersection of animal, human and ecological systems…

Sim City for food science takes on Listeria outbreaks

Thursday, October 14, 2021 – 8:32am Spinach weigher-2.jpg A spinach weigher in a fresh-cut produce facility, with its “digital twin” created by Cornell researchers in a new study. Photo: Genevieve Sullivan ’16, Ph.D. ’20/Provided Researchers from Cornell are blending food science expertise and computer programming savvy to help the food industry stop Listeria outbreaks. Listeriosis, […]

Terrence Curtin Society Honors NC State Veterinary Medicine’s Founding Dean

Terrence “Terry” Curtin, a strong and visionary leader, overcame numerous challenges on the way to becoming the founding dean of the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine, serving from 1981 to 1992. He died in December at the age of 94. Our new Terrence Curtin Society does more than honor his legacy. It recognizes the […]