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The Walk of Honor Commemorative Bricks - Order Form

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If you prefer to download, print out and mail in a paper form, you may do so: CVHS Walk of Honor Order Form

Purchasing Your Walk of Honor Commemorative Bricks

World Rabies Day

Monday, September 22 2014

by Elisabeth J. Giedt, DVM

World Rabies Day is September 28, 2014.  Rabies is a deadly disease caused by a virus that attacks the nervous system. 

Alumni Coordinated Council Quarterly Report - Sept. 2014

Tuesday, September 16 2014

Alumni Coordinated Council Report September, 2014 (PDF)


Water consumption and Athletes—Human and Animal

Monday, August 4 2014


by Elisabeth J. Giedt, DVM

Today we know that water consumption affects performance in human athletes.  Whether people are doing weight training, taking a yoga class, or riding the elliptical trainer, water is in the picture.  Water is equally important for animal athletes. 

Oklahoma State Veterinary Alumna Finalist for America’s Favorite Veterinarian!

Friday, August 1 2014

(Stillwater, Okla., July 31, 2014) – Dr. Letrisa Miller (OSU CVM class of 1998) has been chosen as one of only 20 finalists for America’s Favorite Veterinarian.  Selected by an American Veterinary Medical Foundation review panel from more than 700 nominations, she is the only graduate from Oklahoma State University. 

Cyanide Toxicity Found in Johnson Grass

Monday, July 14 2014

“The Johnson grass was ‘regrowth’ after recent rain,” says Dr.