A Unique Presentation of Equine Dystocia at MSU Posted by Julie Strachota, Ashley VanderBroek on January 11, 2022

Cookie, a 12-year-old Saddlebred mare, was presented to Michigan State University Veterinary Medical Center’s Large Animal Emergency Service for colic and possible abortion.

Kitten vs. Hanger: MSU Veterinary Surgeons to the Rescue Posted by Maureen Jay, Brea Sandness Rose on January 11, 2022

Coraline is a 6-month-old intact female domestic short hair feline who presented to Michigan State University Emergency and Critical Care Medicine Service (ECCM) following an incident where a clothes hanger was stuck in her mouth.

New at the Zoo: Dr. Jack Kottwitz on Pharmacology, Teaching, and Bears Posted by Allison Hammerly on January 10, 2022 Arriving at Michigan State in 2020, during the pandemic, Kottwitz has learned to teach and conduct research in the face of setbacks.

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Al, the 85-Year-Old Tortoise, Goes to MSU Posted on January 07, 2022

“Al”, the 85-year-old Aldabra giant tortoise who lives at Binder Park Zoo, recently took a road trip from Battle Creek to East Lansing for a CT exam.

Photo Blog: Living Life on the Wild Side Posted on November 17, 2021

Kyle Kansman, DVM Class of 2022, has a passion for wildlife rehabilitation, and recently completed an externship at the Vancouver Aquarium and the Marine Mammal Rescue Centre. Take a look at his experience.

Puschner: My First-generation Student Experience Posted by Birgit Puschner on November 12, 2021

Dean Birgit Puschner shares about her first-generation student experience.

Community Voices: Native American Heritage Month Posted on November 12, 2021 We spoke to members of the MSU College of Veterinary Medicine community about a key topic: “How can the veterinary community be more inclusive to Native American individuals?”