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Fleas and Ticks: Protecting Your Pets

Thursday, February 19 2015

Pet owners beware—fleas and ticks are not only an annoyance but they can cause serious medical problems in animals.  Lindsay Starkey, DVM, will present “Fleas and Ticks: Practical Tips for Protecting Your Pets” at a Veterinary Voices seminar on Tuesday, March 3, at 7 p.m. at OSU’s Center for Veterinary Health Sciences.

OSU Veterinary Medical Hospital Statement

Friday, February 13 2015

On the Job with a CVHS Veterinary Cardiologist

Friday, February 13 2015

Watch the full interview on OState TV

Cats and dogs, like humans, can get heart disease.  Some breeds are more likely than others to develop heart problems.

Is Your Pet At Risk for Heart Disease?

Thursday, February 12 2015

February is American Heart Month

by Elisabeth J. Giedt, DVM

Cats and dogs, like humans, can get heart disease.  Some breeds are more likely than others to develop heart problems.  The Veterinary Medical Hospital at Oklahoma State University’s Center for Veterinary Health Sciences has a board certified veterinary cardiologist on staff—Dr. Ryan Baumwart—to help owners treat heart disease in their pets.

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