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We offer residencies and internships with the Large Animal Clinic and Small Animal Clinic. Residencies are typically three years in length, and help prepare graduate veterinarians for their board exams. Internship programs are one year, and non-degree granting. Internships are meant to prepare graduate veterinarians for their residency.

Small Animal Residency: Our residency programs provide specialist training in an environment that values scholarship, experience, and communication. Residents and interns have a unique program tailored to their interests, work closely with experts in their field.

Large Animal Residency: Our Large Animal Surgery residents and interns train with some of the most accomplished veterinarians in the country. Through our program, they develop clinical expertise, gain teaching experience, develop skills in research methodology, and complete the requirements for a Master of Science Degree.

A resident listening to a dog's breathing while students and others watch