Alumni Feature: Dr. Tracie E. Bunton Posted by Hanna Leestma on February 26, 2021

In celebration of Black History Month, the College features Dr. Tracie E. Bunton, who was the College’s first Black female veterinary graduate.

Alumni Feature: Dr. Ann R. Donoghue Posted by Hanna Leestma on February 26, 2021

As the College celebrates Women in Research this month, we recognize the many scientific contributions of our veterinary alumnae like Dr. Ann Donoghue!

Spartans investigate evolution of foodborne bacteria to better understand emergence of antibiotic resistance Posted by Allison Hammerly, Emily N. Lenhard on February 19, 2021 Campylobacter, a pathogenic bacteria often linked with poultry, is a leading cause of food poisoning in the United States.

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Spartan Orthopedic Surgeons Use Minimally Invasive Procedure to Return Injured Dog to Normal Puppy Life Posted by Danielle Marturello, Brea Sandness Rose on February 04, 2021

Lilah, an 11-week-old Berniedoodle was presented to the MSU Orthopedic Surgery Service for evaluation of a right tibial fracture diagnosed by her family veterinarian.

From Broken Limb to Playful Romp: How MSU Surgeons Helped a Puppy be a Puppy Posted by Katheryn L. Sullivan Kutil on February 02, 2021

For Lilah, the 11-week-old, 12-pound Bernedoodle, play time with her 90-pound pack mate, Stella, was the time of her life. That was until she not-so-gracefully—as puppies often do—wiggled underneath Stella and got herself stepped on mid-play party time.

We all try to give our pets lives that are fit for a king or queen; some pets give back tenfold. Posted by Allison Hammerly on January 07, 2021 We all try to give our pets lives that are fit for a king or queen; some pets give back tenfold.
Lipoma No More: Spartan Veterinarians Perform Standing Colic Surgery on Equine Patient Posted by Aimee Colbath, Jose Casillas on January 05, 2021

Remington, a 16-year-old Quarter Horse gelding, presented to the Michigan State University Large Animal Clinic for further evaluation of severe colic signs that were non-responsive to management on the farm where he lives.