Skip to main content

Topic Listing Animal Health and Sciences

Open house showcases Vet Med Ranch

Wed, May 24, 2023

The Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine Ranch recently held its annual Open House to bring awareness to the important role it plays in training and supporting veterinarians.

CVM RanchEquineAnimal Health and SciencesCollege of Veterinary Medicinebovine
OSU Vet Med graduate to serve in Army Veterinary Corps

Mon, May 08, 2023

With an interest in both veterinary medicine and the military, Rachel Farr is excited to serve in the Army Veterinary Corps. The military is one of many career paths available to veterinarians.

MilitaryArmyArmy Veterinary CorpsAnimal Health and SciencesCollege of Veterinary Medicine
Some over-the-counter antibiotics to move under veterinary oversight

Fri, May 05, 2023

New guidance from the FDA calls for the transition of certain antimicrobials from over-the-counter availability to veterinary prescription required. It is important for producers and animal owners to be aware of and understand what these changes will mean.

ranchersCollege of Veterinary MedicineCattleAnimal Health and Sciences
Equine herpes a growing concern this show season

Thu, May 04, 2023

Horse owners should closely monitor their horses for neurologic signs of equine herpes myeloencephalopathy during show and rodeo season this summer.

HorsesEquineOSU ExtensionAnimal Health and SciencesOSU Agriculture
FDA rule requiring veterinary prescriptions takes effect in June

Wed, May 03, 2023

Livestock producers should ensure they have an established relationship with a local veterinarian to obtain certain antibiotics for their animals after June 11.

Animal Health and SciencesOSU AgricultureOSU Extension
OSU Vet Med students serve community with low-cost vaccine clinic

Tue, May 02, 2023

Students from the Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine recently partnered with Stillwater Animal Welfare to hold a low-cost vaccine clinic. Community members could bring their cats and dogs to receive a physical exam and routine vaccinations for only $15.

One HealthAnimal Health and SciencesCollege of Veterinary Medicine
OSU Veterinary Hospital expands small animal primary care services

Wed, Apr 26, 2023

The Oklahoma State University Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital (VMTH) is expanding its primary care service to better serve its clients by providing comprehensive primary care and enhancing the clinical education of veterinary students.

Animal Health and SciencesCollege of Veterinary Medicine
Veterinary Viewpoints: Fido can get the flu, too

Mon, Apr 24, 2023

Look out, there is another virus in town! Nope, not that one. This virus is infecting our canine companions and there are a few things you should know about it.

Animal Health and SciencesdogVeterinary ViewpointsCollege of Veterinary Medicinedogs
Free eye exams for service animals

Thu, Apr 06, 2023

Oklahoma State University’s Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital will offer free eye exams for certified service animals during the month of May. This event is possible through partnering with the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists (ACVO).

Animal Health and SciencesCollege of Veterinary Medicine
OSU CVM team places in top five at national competition

Tue, Mar 28, 2023

The Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine's Production Animal Medicine Society recently sent a team to compete in the 2023 bovine palpation contest—bovine palpation is the means of determining pregnancy.

bovineCollege of Veterinary MedicineAnimal Health and Sciences
Caring for pregnant mares and foals

Thu, Mar 23, 2023

Information on foaling management and newborn foal care

Animal Health and SciencesCollege of Veterinary Medicinefoaling
Beef specialists warn of bloat on wheat pasture

Thu, Mar 16, 2023

Wheat pastures grazed short this winter offer a large amount of digestible grass for calves but can cause severe bloat.

Animal Health and SciencesgrazingOSU ExtensionOSU AgriculturewheatCattleCalves

Back To Top
SVG directory not found.