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OSU-CVM’s behavior service helps identify and treat behavior disorders in large and small animals

Like humans, animals experience anxiety, stress and can exhibit abnormal behaviors when in unknown places or around unfamiliar people.
Veterinarians, pet owners struggle with payment plans

Thu, Sep 16, 2021

Although veterinary technology continues to improve and enter the mainstream the availability of customer payment systems to help provide those services still lags, according to recent Courtney Bir, an Oklahoma State University Extension specialist and assistant professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics.

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Headed back to work? Prepare your pets

Mon, May 18, 2020

As the state re-opens, Dr. Sarah Peakheart, an assistant clinical professor at Oklahoma State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine, has some advice for pet owners on easing into the routine of returning to work.

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Recognizing histoplasmosis in pet dogs and cats

Thu, Aug 01, 2019

There’s a fungus among us! According to the Centers for Disease Control, each year 500,000 people in the U.S. contract histoplasmosis, a potentially fatal fungal infection. Histoplasmosis also infects dogs and cats. In fact, Oklahoma probably sees the most cases of histoplasmosis in pets in the U.S.

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