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The Department of Animal Science within Oklahoma State University’s Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources will change its name to the Department of Animal and Food Sciences
Twenty-one days, 32 liters of blood, and a group of dedicated veterinary specialists – that’s what it took to save Bella, a 7 year old Appendix Quarter Horse mare
Oklahoma State University’s Veterinary Medical Hospital provided free eye exams to service animals during the month of May as part of the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists’ 11th Annual ACVO/StokesRx National Service Animal Eye Exam event.
Using the same medication on your cat that you use on your dog is NOT a good idea.
Twenty-eight members of the Class of 1968 recently returned to Oklahoma State University’s Center for Veterinary Health Sciences to celebrate their 50th class reunion.
Clinical researchers at OSU’s Center for Veterinary Health Sciences are excited about a collaborative effort to research the potential causes of injury and death in horses associated with routine surgeries.
Tips for vacationing pet owners who are looking for kennels.
Murphee Stepanek of Dallas, Texas, recently received both the 2018 Gentle Doctor Award and the Dean Clarence H. McElroy Award. In the 70-year history of the veterinary center, this is only the third time a student has earned both awards.
Hot temperatures have swept into Oklahoma, and that means cow-calf producers must take into account the effects the heat can have on artificial insemination programs.
The National Student American Veterinary Medical Association (SAVMA) recently named Kyre Larrabee of Meade, Kan., president-elect.
The Class of 2019 transitions into their fourth and final year in veterinary school,the clinical year.
Leah Cohn Arendt's family established the Mercy Work Foundation of Oklahoma in 1992 to perpetually care for small animals.
Opened in 1998, the Oklahoma State University’s Cohn Pet Care Facility offers pet owners a permanent home for their animals when they are no longer able to care for them.
Dr. Danielle Dugat holds the Cohn Family Chair for Small Animals.
Essential oils used in aromatherapy can help humans relax. It’s important to understand that these oils can pose safety risks to both our pets and some members of our human family.
Thanks to generous donors, who gave to the OSU Animal Relief Fund, three animal fire victims are currently being treated at no cost to their owners at Oklahoma State University’s Center for Veterinary Health Sciences.
When preparing an emergency evacuation plan, be sure to include your pets.
STILLWATER, Oklahoma (April 17, 2018) – Adrenaline-fueled panic and confusion may still be affecting livestock even after the flames of recent wildfires have passed, meaning producers need to use caution when working with the animals.
STILLWATER, Oklahoma (April 16, 2018) – Recent wildfires have left some agricultural producers contemplating burial of deceased animals as the most expedient way of disposing of livestock carcasses.
When Shelby Counterman was just a toddler, she asked her parents if she could have a pet. While they may have been thinking she wanted the traditional cat, dog or even a guinea pig, Shelby had an entirely different type of pet in mind.
According to the Advisory Board on Cat Diseases, leptospirosis is a zoonotic disease.
STILLWATER, Okla. – Oklahoma State University recommends cow-calf producers write down calf numbers of twin births while the animals are still nursing the cow, and to never retain a heifer as a replacement female is she is born as a twin to a bull.
Recap of the 2018 CVHS Open House
Phi Zeta Day recognizing excellence in OSU Veterinary Students