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Articles by Stephanie Fellenstein

Legacy project takes root at Cornell

From self-described country-boy waiter turned USDA inspector, Dr. Daniel Skelton, to the only woman in her graduating class, Dr. Linda Peddle, these five veterinarians all have a story to share.
Oct 1, 2010

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

Gulf coast practices report drop in business

Sep 1, 2010

Veterinary practices in the Gulf Coast are feeling the financial impact of the oil spill

The bonds that tie

Married veterinarians share their experiences about life as couples and professionals
Aug 1, 2010

National Report — Who better to understand a veterinarian's work day than a spouse who is also a veterinarian? But is too much togetherness a good thing?

Crisis on the gulf: Veterinarians help

UC-Davis' Oiled Wildlife Care Network lends helping hand in Louisiana
Jul 1, 2010

During ongoing Gulf oil spill, UC-Davis' Oiled Wildlife Care Network lends helping hand in Louisiana

Job offers down at graduation, but veterinary market still growing

Large number of graduates still seeking more education rather than employment
Jul 1, 2010

Large number of veterinary graduates still seeking more education rather than employment

Gulf coast states prepare for oil repercussions

Jul 1, 2010

Thirty-two National Wildlife Refuges in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida and Texas have been identified as "at risk" by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service since an explosion rocked the Deep Water Horizon oil-drilling platform off the coast of Louisiana April 20.

New grad realizes life-long dream

49-year-old veterinary student earns DVM after putting her aspirations on hold for family, motherhood
Jul 1, 2010

49-year-old veterinary student earns DVM after putting her aspirations on hold.

Drug tests begin for polo ponies

New policy created in response to death of 21 horses at U.S. Open last year, 16 horses randomly tested so far
Jun 1, 2010

National Report — Sixteen polo ponies have been tested since the U.S. Polo Association (USPA) unveiled its random drug testing program earlier this year.

Rescue ready

May 27, 2010

Veterinarians are organizing to help following the worst oil spill in U.S. history.

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