College of Veterinary Medicine at Michigan State University
Information about the College of Veterinary Medicine at Michigan State University
Veterinary science courses have been taught at MSU since the institution's founding in 1855. The College of Veterinary Medicine was formally established as a four-year, degree-granting program in 1910.
Today,... ↪ Read more
Mississippi State University - College of Veterinary Medicine
The Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine captures a unique balance of world class research in animal and public health, high quality learning experiences and cutting edge medical care, all with a family-like atmosphere. Mississippi State graduates excel in their careers,... ↪ Read more
University of Missouri - College of Veterinary Medicine
The MU College of Veterinary Medicine has several foci of strength. One is the unique clinical curriculum. The curriculum in the last two years requires six continuous weeks in each of seven clinical specialties. Teaching is done in a form of apprenticeship with as much pragmatic involvement as... ↪ Read more
Oklahoma State University Center for Veterinary Health Sciences
The Veterinary Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program provides a multidisciplinary graduate program of excellence in the Oklahoma State University Center for Veterinary Health Sciences, providing a broad base to address individual student interests. Our goals for the future include continued... ↪ Read more
Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine
Growth - a word that describes life at the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine. Exciting growth is occurring in our class size and in our facilities.
Beginning with the class of 2015, class enrollment increased from 95 students to 120. Additional students will be nonresident /... ↪ Read more
Colorado State University - Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences
Students - Future & Current
Welcome to the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at Colorado State University. Here, you'll find some of the best undergraduate, graduate, professional, research, and outreach programs in biomedical sciences and veterinary medicine not only in the... ↪ Read more
How to recognize heat stroke pets
Imagine not possible to let go of your winter clothes on a hot summer day and also the only way to cool off was panting.
Dogs and cats have few options to cool off during the summer.
Recognize the signs of intense sun and heat exposure we allow a rapid response is essential in this... ↪ Read more
The 5 most frequently asked questions about sterilization pets
Despite increased awareness and education among owners of female sterilization and castration of males, there are still
many concerns and doubts about everything. Neutering not only helps prevent unwanted pet pregnancies (and thus the
reduced mass of dogs in shelters waiting for adoption and... ↪ Read more
5 Tips for traveling by car with your pet
For most owners, dogs, cats and ferrets are not pets; they are full members of their family. They eat rest, walk and
have fun together, why not support the idea of leaving them in the care of others when they go on vacation. Why not
enjoy a long weekend or a vacation together. But it is not... ↪ Read more
Aggressive dog: are born or made?
Nature or learning? When determining the dog's behavior and especially their aggressive tendencies, is eternal dilemma
about which is more influential: genetics or education.
That individual genetic is important to establish trends of an animal cannot be denied: the genetic... ↪ Read more
Dogs and fireworks, a bad combination
Firecrackers can turn a festive evening for humans in a night of endless panic for dogs. To some extent, this fear has a
genetic predisposition, but there is also an important part of learning. Police dogs and hunting dogs often bear very
well gunfire and explosions that have similar and... ↪ Read more
How to choose your watchdog: territorial aggression
Social animals like the dog, very markedly defend their territory against the presence of any stranger. Like other wild
canines, react aggressively to those unknown individuals, people or animals coming into the area considered by them as
The most common form of aggression... ↪ Read more