Celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month at the MSU College of Veterinary Medicine Posted on September 14, 2020

In the United States, September 15 kicks off National Hispanic Heritage Month, a celebration of Hispanic culture and the contributions Hispanic Americans have made to the world and to the United States—and in the case of the MSU College of Veterinary medicine, a celebration of contributions to the veterinary medicine community.

How Two Small Dogs Inspired One Life-changing Gift Posted by Hanna Leestma on September 14, 2020

In 2006, Gary and Chris Johnson met Oscar and Gracie, two miniature Dachshunds who lived next door to their Dayton, Ohio home. It wasn’t long before Gary and Chris formed a special bond with Oscar and Gracie.

Antibiotics, Friend or Foe? Resources for Understanding the Importance of Antimicrobial Stewardship Posted on September 02, 2020

Many bacteria that cause disease in animals can also infect humans through regular, casual contact and others can infect humans through the food supply. State veterinary diagnostic laboratories, like the MSU VDL, routinely test samples collected from clinically ill animals.

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A Message to the Veterinary Classes Posted on August 21, 2020

Dr. Lee Anne Kroll, alumna of the College's DVM Program and current instructor in the Veterinary Nursing Program, encourages students during uncertain times.

Veteran, Mom, Student, Spartan: A Future Veterinarian's Journey Posted on August 18, 2020

Dual degree student, Andrea Weinrick, tells her story—taking the scenic route, getting into vet school, being a mom, and finding her passion for animal, human, and public health.

Client Communication and Coronavirus: The Critical Use of Media in Treating an MSU Equine Patient Posted by Aimee Colbath on August 10, 2020

Phoenix, a three-year-old female Paint Horse, presented to Michigan State University’s Equine Emergency Service for evaluation and repair of an extensive laceration. The laceration occurred earlier that same day. After being evaluated by her primary care veterinarian, Phoenix was referred to MSU.

Thanks to MSU Veterinarians, the Beat Goes on for Long-Time Four-Legged Spartan Posted on August 10, 2020

Lola, an 8-year-old pit bull terrier, presented to the Michigan State University Emergency and Critical Care Medicine Service (ECCM) on Friday, April 17, 2020 for tri-cavitary effusion, or fluid within the abdominal, chest, and pericardial cavities.