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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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OSU One Health research targets swine microbiome to reduce antibiotic reliance

Mon, Mar 18, 2024

Dr. Joy Scaria, OSU’s Walter R. Sitlington Endowed Chair in Infectious Diseases, has been awarded a $385,000 U.S. Department of Agriculture grant to investigate microbiome-targeted interventions for swine gastric disorders over three years.

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Veterinary Viewpoints: Colostrum – Liquid Gold for Newborn Calves

Tue, Mar 05, 2024

In utero, calves do not receive immunoglobulins (Ig = antibodies) from the dam, instead, they rely solely on passive transfer of antibodies through colostrum intake shortly after birth to acquire immunity. The quantity, quality and timing of colostrum intake are all essential factors in ensuring the calf receives nutrition as well as optimal protection against common diseases during the early stages of life.

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Caesar's success: Miniature pinscher making recovery from stroke

Mon, Mar 04, 2024

Caesar, an 8.5-year-old miniature pinscher, was rushed to the Oklahoma State University Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital when he was found unable to walk.

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Veterinary Viewpoints: Winterizing Your Horse

Mon, Mar 04, 2024

Winter weather is a major change for animals who live in the seasonal hemispheres, where winter weather occurs. Although the winters here may not be as harsh as the more northern states, we all know the temperatures can swing widely resulting some pretty cold days. Along with that may come frozen precipitation. Here are some tips to help you and your horse get ready for winter and to get through it.

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Veterinary Viewpoints: Caring for calves in cold weather

Fri, Feb 02, 2024

When the weather becomes severe, calving becomes much more challenging. Although, both hot and cold weather can impact a calf’s ability to thermoregulate, calves born in extreme cold quickly utilize all body fat reserves, putting them at risk. Exposure to wind can exacerbate cold temperatures. Preparing in advance of inclement weather can lead to improved calf survival.

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$10.7M NIH grant to fund Oklahoma Center for Microbiome Research

Wed, Jan 24, 2024

The National Institutes of Health awarded Oklahoma State University researchers a $10.7 million grant to fund the Oklahoma Center for Microbiome Research, which will add a critical mass of new investigators and create new cutting-edge research infrastructure for microbiome scientists across the state.

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Saving Lives: CVM researchers' efforts aim to assist both animals and humans

Fri, Jan 19, 2024

The research at the Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine covers the expanse of One Health, from the bench to the clinic.

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