Beginning Monday, June 14, 2021, the MSU Veterinary Medical Center will allow clients into the building with patients. Find details here.
Any patient presented to the MSU Small Animal Emergency Service will undergo an initial medical evaluation to determine if urgent care is needed, and whether hospitalization is warranted. The MSU Small Animal Emergency Service will only hospitalize patients that our clinicians consider to be unstable or to have life-threatening conditions.
The novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2), which causes the disease COVID-19, is a type of zoonotic virus that jumps from animals to humans.
This page offers news and resources about COVID-19, and its impact on animals and humans. Please visit often for the latest information.
Watch recorded town halls with expert faculty voices discussing various dimensions of COVID-19 and the pandemic.
These town halls are hosted by the MSU College of Veterinary Medicine, the MSU Institute for Quantitative Health Science and Engineering, and the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.
For Clients and Referring Veterinarians
While regular veterinary services have been permitted to reopen statewide beginning May 29, the MSU Veterinary Medical Center will maintain its current level of operations in order to best protect its clinical staff, patients, and clientele. This means the Hospital will continue to see only emergency and critical care patients at this time. In coming weeks, Hospital administrators will begin implementing a plan to gradually reopen the Hospital to allow for specialty service visits.
Revised Operations are available and updates will be posted as needed
There are multiple different types of coronaviruses. At present, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention believes there is no evidence that animals play a significant role in spreading the virus that causes COVID-19. Please see COVID-19 and Animals for more information.
COVID-19 is the disease caused by the virus SARS-CoV-2. Please refer to CDC guidance for more information on prevention and symptoms.
MSU is the first University in the country to pilot test a COVID notification app. The app is designed for MSU students, faculty, and staff and aims to be an alert system for Michigan COVID exposure.
The MSU Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory provides services essential to sustain or protect life and will continue to operate.
Information about lab operations is available and updates will be posted as needed.
State of Michigan: Coronavirus Disease 2019 (for Michigan residents)