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Teaching Hospital participates in national service animal eye exam event

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.
Dr. Emily McCool completes eye exam on service dog
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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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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