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OVC Graduate Student Focuses On Cardiovascular Research

Graduate students at the University of Guelph’s Ontario Veterinary College (OVC) are exploring, studying and advancing knowledge in One Health, veterinary and human health-related sciences.  Across OVC’s four academic departments, these students are exploring translational and comparative research in fields including cancer, cardiovascular disease and neuroscience, infectious diseases and immunology, epidemiology and public health, animal […]

Veterinary Viewpoints: Disease Testing New Additions to a Herd

Adding new herd members represents a significant investment. Typically, producers spend a great deal of time evaluating pedigrees, genomics and phenotypic appearance. However, don’t overlook the health status of the individual animal.

Veterinarians, pet owners struggle with payment plans

Although veterinary technology continues to improve and enter the mainstream the availability of customer payment systems to help provide those services still lags, according to recent Courtney Bir, an Oklahoma State University Extension specialist and assistant professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics.

New assistant dean takes “retention first” approach to diversity, equity, and inclusion

When Naomi Nishi, Ph.D., joins the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences October 11, she plans to begin her tenure as assistant dean of diversity, equity, and inclusion by lending a listening ear. “First and foremost, I want to get a feel for what’s already going on in the diversity, equity, and inclusion space,” […]

Take Action Now To Prepare Pets For Evacuation

When a disaster strikes, there’s often not much time to prepare yourself, let alone your pets, to evacuate to a safe location, and the stress of the situation only compounds the likelihood of forgetting something important. That’s why the best way to deal with a disaster is to plan ahead as much as possible. In […]

Longtime, loyal client leaves entire estate to Cornell University Hospital for Animals

Thursday, September 16, 2021 – 8:54am norman nolan photo2.jpg Nolan’s love for the hospital was such that he wanted to support it even after his death. “What he had left, he wanted to go to help the animals.” Photo: provided Norman Nolan was well-known as a loyal client of Cornell University Hospital for Animals (CUHA). […]

In Memoriam: Longtime Faculty Member Jim Guy

James Guy, a professor of poultry health management who served on the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine faculty since 1984, died Sept. 6 after a yearlong illness. He was 71. Guy worked in the Department of Population Health and Pathobiology, where his research focused on diseases of the respiratory and digestive systems in poultry. […]

OSU Vet Med Opens Purina Nutrition Center

Oklahoma State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine opened the Purina Nutrition Center yesterday at the college’s Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital. Thanks to a generous donation by global pet care leader Purina, the renovated space provides better visualization of the different pet foods available today on the market.

A group effort leads to a cure for lab with lymphoma

Wednesday, September 15, 2021 – 9:28am Balkman and Galaxie (2).jpg When Lorna Welde’s beloved black lab Galaxie developed golf ball size lumps all over his body literally overnight, she told her kids to set their alarms for 4 a.m. so they could get their pup to Cornell University Hospital for Animals (CUHA) — a three-and-a-half-hour […]