Dr. Danielle Dugat, assistant professor of small animal surgery at Oklahoma State University’s Veterinary Medical Hospital, was chosen as a “40 Under 40: Professors Who Inspire” by NerdScholar, a branch of NerdWallet.
Shelley Wilmoth lives in Fayetteville, Ark. She has a soft spot for Dachshunds. She has rescued two male Dachshunds and Rosie Claire, a long haired Dachshund with big eyes that have seen way too much in her short lifetime.
March 18 is National Agriculture Day. Oklahoma State’s Veterinary Medical Hospital has been serving food animal owners since 1948. Today, the hospital sees 1,100 to 1,200 food animal cases a year treating a variety of animals such as cattle, sheep, goats, llamas and alpacas, and swine.
(Stillwater, Okla., March 6, 2015) – The Equine Service of the OSU Veterinary Medical Hospital is now open. We will receive emergency cases this weekend, and equine referrals and routine appointments may be scheduled starting Monday, March 9, 2015.
Oklahoma City – Everyone in life has made a mistake, some with larger consequences than others. What better way to learn to be responsible again than with the soft bark of excitement or happy tail wag? With Friends For Folks, Oklahoma prisoners work with rejected, shelter dogs to create canine companions and in the process rescue themselves as they find redemption and take a second chance.
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.