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Gulf spill offered veterinarians insights on emergency response

Jun 1, 2011

National Report — For veterinarians still taking care of marine mammals and sea turtles along the Gulf Coast, it was business as usual on April 20—the one-year anniversary of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill that dumped millions of barrels of oil into the Gulf of Mexico.

Tale of survival highlights importance of spaying, neutering

May 1, 2011

Sulphur, Okla. — After cheating death and surviving a frigid night in a Dumpster, Wall-E the puppy is somewhat of a celebrity.

Looking to revolutionize canine orthopedics

UM veterinarian eyes bioengineering for next generation of joint replacements
Apr 1, 2011

Columbia, Mo. — While Dr. James Cook decided early on in life to tackle joint replacements, it was a circuitous route—a path that involved professional water skiing, substitute teaching and a man named Robert Gordon—that led him to the brink of a major discovery.

Veterinarians share knowledge, supplies with Haiti

Apr 1, 2011

Port-au-Prince, Haiti — Service trips to India and Mongolia helped Dr. Lee Ann Berglund-Fosdick find her calling in life—traveling and helping others. After six or seven trips to Haiti, Berglund-Fosdick has never been happier.

Summit explores new facets to the U.S. unwanted horse problem

Apr 1, 2011

Las Vegas — Presenters at the inaugural "Summit of the Horse" in January agree that something needs to be done with unwanted horses. But whether that solution includes reopening U.S. horse processing facilities remains to be seen.

Education crisis

Feb 1, 2011

Veterinary colleges have had to cut programs, raise tuition and, in some cases, institute furlough days.

Pet owner or guardian?

How legal language changes life for veterinarians
Jan 1, 2011

National Report — As more and more municipalities consider replacing "pet owner" with "pet guardian" in their animal laws, veterinarians and the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) say the change is bad for business.

Hundreds of horses tested, processed at equine games

Officials, veterinarians test, process some 500 horses during FEI World Equestrian Games
Nov 1, 2010

Officials, veterinarians test, process some 500 horses during FEI World Equestrian Games

Legacy project takes root at Cornell

Click the "Next" button to read the featured veterinarians' brief biographies.
Oct 1, 2010

The Enduring Veterinary Legacy project honors veterinarians who advanced animal health over the past 100 years.


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