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4H Day 2017

Thursday, May 25 2017

group of 4H high school students

Oklahoma State University’s Center for Veterinary Health Sciences hosted 17 high school 4-H students from across Oklahoma.

The DuBois Connection

Tuesday, May 23 2017

Paul DuBois

“I have two grandchildren. Both their grandpas, both parents and three uncles are veterinarians—all Oklahoma State grads. We’re pretty much in love with veterinary medicine and Oklahoma State,” said Dr. Paul DuBois of Cameron, Okla., during his 50th class reunion in May 2017. “My father-in-law had three daughters, all of those went to Oklahoma State, all the sons-in-laws did, all the grandchildren did and now a great grandchild is there. So we can’t separate an OSU pep rally from a family reunion.

Coping with the Unexpected

Monday, May 22 2017

jose oyola morales

Born in San Borja, Peru, Jose Oyola Morales discovered his love for animals on his grandparents’ farm. He later lived in Delaware and chose Oklahoma State University as the place where he would earn his DVM degree—or would he?

It was in the spring of 2015 as Oyola Morales was finishing his second year of veterinary college that the headaches began. One of the headaches was so severe it caused him to vomit for several hours.

Dog Bite Prevention

Friday, May 19 2017

black and white photo of a dog barring its teeth behind a chain link fence

National Dog Bite Prevention Week is May 21 – 27, 2017. According to the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), more than 4.5 million people in the U.S. are bitten by dogs each year.

More than 800,000 of those people receive medical attention for dog bites. At least half of them are children, the most common victims of dog bites.

Here are some tips from the AVMA to prevent dog bites.