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Cornell Names Jay Hyman Professor of Wildlife Health

Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine has named Dr. Steven A. Osofsky as the Jay Hyman Professor of Wildlife Health.

UC Davis Vets Warn Horse Owners About the Dangers of Pistacia Trees

Pistacia seeds and leaves, which includes the pistachio, can be fatal if ingested by horses.

Dog Gets Prosthetic Leg, Plays Like a Puppy Again

After Abel had to have his leg removed because of a cancerous tumor, his owners insisted on giving him a prosthetic.

Kansas Vet College Names Head of Anatomy, Physiology Department

Dr. Hans Coetzee will assume his duties as head of the anatomy and physiology department in Kansas State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in October.

MSU Researchers, Vets and Farmers Collaborate on E.Coli Prevention Study

A collaborative Michigan State University study could lead to better prevention practices to limit E.coli bacteria transmissions.

NC Researchers Earn Grant to Study Canine Epilepsy

The grant from American Kennel Club Canine Health Foundation, Inc., will be used to study the role of Lactobacilli in the development of epilepsy in dogs.

UC Davis Vets Save Calf from Deadly Protozoal Infection

Brownie came into UC Davis's Livestock Medicine and Surgery Service with some bloodwork levels not compatible with life.

Veterinarian Recommended Solutions Launches 'Buy One, Give One' Campaign to Help Shelters

They will provide one case their DHA+ Omega-3 product, Early Omega Benefits, to shelters for every case their hospital partners purchase.

Michelson Found Animals Launches Third Annual 'Saving Pets Challenge'

Pet programs nationwide will compete to raise the most money and earn cash grants for animals in their care.

UF Honors Retired Professor for Promoting Diversity in Vet Medicine

Dr. Louis F. Archbald, a University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine professor emeritus of theriogenology, recently received the inaugural Champion of Diversity Award.

Cotton Rope Makes Collecting Diagnostic Samples from Pigs Easier

Iowa State University veterinarians have found that taking oral fluid samples from a rope that pigs have chewed on allows them to monitor diseases accurately without the difficult step of taking individual blood samples.

CSU Studies Transdermal Mirtazapine in Cats with Kidney Disease

The purpose of the new clinical trial, according to Colorado State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, is to document the appetite stimulation properties of the transdermal form of mirtazapine in cats with kidney disease.

Ashworth College Launches Online Vet Tech Program

Graduates will receive an Associate of Applied Science degree.

USDA Launches One Health Web Portal

The page has the USDA's work on antimicrobial resistance, avian influenza, swine influenza and other One Health resources.

Komodo Dragon Thriving After Surgery, Thanks to Denver Zoo Vets

After being diagnosed with peritonitis, Anika, the Komodo dragon, had to have surgery to remove her reproductive organs.

Dog Found With Teeth Growing Out of Ears

Esmeralda seemed to have four ears with teeth growing out of some.

AVMA Launches Clinical Studies Database

The database will help veterinarians looking for animals for their clinical studies, as well as vets and owners looking for treatment options.

Peggy Schmidt Joins Kansas Vet School as New Associate Dean

"Dr. Schmidt brings an outstanding skill set and a great deal of passion for promoting excellence in veterinary education."

Vet Gives Bullied Fish a Prosthetic Eye

It's the second procedure of its kind, and the first done on a privately owned fish.

KSU Launches Vet Photo Competition

The theme is "international veterinary medicine."

Seal With Broken Jaw Treated by UK Vet

The seal, named Bonnie, was found abandoned, and was taken to the Hunstanton Sea Life Sanctuary in the UK.
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