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Veterinary Viewpoints: Wildlife Safety

Wed, Jul 10, 2024

Encountering an orphaned or injured wild animal can be a delicate and emotional situation. Knowing the right steps to take can make a significant difference in the animal's well-being and chances of survival.

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Veterinary Viewpoints: Ticks on Livestock

Wed, Jul 10, 2024

In Oklahoma, ticks are detected on livestock throughout the year, and tick-borne disease is commonly diagnosed. With milder winters and high humidity, tick numbers appear to be increasing across the state, so let Oklahoma State University summarize the major takeaways for livestock owners.

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Teaching Hospital participates in national service animal eye exam event

Thu, Jun 13, 2024

Each May, the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists holds a national service animal eye exam event. The philanthropic event provides free ocular screening exams for qualified service and working animals during May.

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Perfecting Practice: Three generations dedicate their lives to veterinary medicine in rural Oklahoma

Tue, May 28, 2024

In the heart of rural Oklahoma in 1969, Dr. Edward McCrary opened the McCrary Veterinary Hospital. Three generations later, McCrary veterinarians continue to care for animals and serve their community in Watonga, Oklahoma.

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OSU professor helps Friends for Folks Inmate Dog Training Program

Tue, May 14, 2024

A great program with an even better story is a perfect way to describe the Friends for Folks Inmate Dog Training Program at the Mable Basset Correctional Center in McLoud, Oklahoma.

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OSU receives top marks in QS Stars international ratings

Mon, May 13, 2024

Oklahoma State University has earned a 5 Star rating in the latest QS Stars ratings, announced by higher education analyst QS — Quacquarelli Symonds.

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Harley beats the odds after car accident

Thu, May 02, 2024

After being hit by a car, Harley, a beloved family boxer, was rushed to an animal emergency room when he was found unable to use his back legs. After extensive testing, veterinarians found Harley didn’t have any broken bones but rather intense damage to his spinal cord.

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Butcher receives 2024 Excellence in Research Mentoring Award

Thu, Apr 25, 2024

Dr. Josh Butcher, an Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine assistant professor, was awarded the 2024 Excellence in Research Mentoring Award. The award honors faculty mentors for their success and impact in supervising undergraduate research students.

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Veterinary Viewpoints: Severe weather and pets

Tue, Apr 23, 2024

Severe weather can pose significant risks to pets. Whether it's thunderstorms, hurricanes, tornadoes, or extreme heat, these weather events can be distressing and dangerous for our animal companions.

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Veterinary Viewpoints - Heartworm Disease: Prevention is key

Tue, Apr 02, 2024

As we all anticipate warmer weather and enjoying the outdoors with our pets, it is important to remember to protect your dogs from parasites. One of the parasites that dogs need protection from is Heartworms.

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Preventing Coccidiosis in Weaned Calves

Fri, Mar 29, 2024

Coccidiosis is an intestinal disease that primarily affects younger cattle. Clinical disease most commonly occurs in calves around weaning due to an increase in stress and is rare in adult cattle. The disease may occur in confined cattle or cattle on pasture.

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