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Rep. Dempsey Visits OSU Veterinary College

Tue, Apr 20, 2021

State Representative Eddy Dempsey (R-Valliant) recently visited Oklahoma State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. Rep. Dempsey requested a tour following a presentation at the Capitol about the college and rural veterinary needs in Oklahoma made by Dr. Carlos Risco, dean of the veterinary college. Dempsey is an avid supporter of rural issues and understands the value of veterinary medicine to both human and animal health.

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When horses roar: Evaluating the equine upper respiratory tract

Mon, Apr 19, 2021

Horses are exceptional athletes that perform in a wide variety of disciplines. Their muscles use a lot of energy, which is largely produced through a process called aerobic metabolism, using oxygen to convert carbohydrates and fats to ATP, the energy source used by muscle cells.

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Rep. McBride Visits OSU’s Shelter Medicine Program

Tue, Apr 13, 2021

State Rep. Mark McBride (R-Moore) toured Oklahoma State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine today. Of particular interest to McBride was the college’s Shelter Medicine Program. Earlier this year, McBride authored House Bill 1816. Known as Cali’s Law, the bill designates rescue animals as the state pet.

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Clinicians’ Courses: Free Webinar Series

Mon, Apr 12, 2021

Oklahoma State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine announces a new, free online continuing education webinar series for veterinary professionals. Clinicians from the college’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital will provide education and guidance on managing cases from their respective specialty.

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First feeding for the future: Colostrum

Tue, Apr 06, 2021

Every calf represents a large investment. The first few hours of a calf’s life can determine whether that newborn thrives into adulthood. Feeding for a calf’s future health begins with colostrum, which contains the building blocks for long-term productivity.

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Vet Med Faces of Research: Dr. Dianne McFarlane

Tue, Apr 06, 2021

Dr. Dianne McFarlane has spent the better part of 20 years researching the impact of aging in animals and age-related disease. A veterinarian, diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine and professor and holder of the Ricks-Rapp Professorship in Musculoskeletal Research in the Department of Physiological Sciences at Oklahoma State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine, McFarlane specifically focuses on equine pituitary pars intermediate dysfunction or PPID.

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Removing the Stone

Fri, Apr 02, 2021

The zoological medicine service at the Oklahoma State University veterinary college’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital treated an uncommon case recently that involved removing a stone from a salamander’s stomach.

Animal Health and SciencesCollege of Veterinary Medicine
New Emergency and Critical Care Service opens at OSU Veterinary College

Fri, Apr 02, 2021

The veterinary hospital at Oklahoma State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine is expanding. With the addition of several new team members, the hospital launched a new and improved Emergency and Critical Care Service for its patients.

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