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Magi and friend Otis in October of 2015

For a golden retriever with so much to give, a three- to six-month prognosis was not enough. So she hung on for another four years.

Veterinarians give a Labrador retriever a chance to compete, and the dog runs away with it!

Dark skinned man wearing glasses, beanie, and sweater cradles a sleeping black and white pug

Pets are family. Navigating a pet’s end of life care can present some of the most difficult decisions of a person’s life, and veterinary social workers can help guide pet owners through them.

Emma Leof Bollig, Dr. Amanda Beaudoin, and Dr. Jennifer Granick pose in front of bookcase

The College of Veterinary Medicine is filling the gap in national data on antibiotic use in dogs and cats, which will help veterinarians everywhere avoid increasing resistance to these important medications.

Standard poodle

Addison’s disease, an immune disorder that often goes undiagnosed, is newly diagnosed in thousands of humans and dogs each year. Veterinary researchers are taking important steps to develop new therapies for dogs.

Gus sticking his tongue out

A dog undergoing cancer treatment jumps into the St. Croix to save a baby otter. Did we mention that Gus has only 3 legs? Amazing!

Merle Peterson holds a 6-month-old Vivian

How a ground-breaking procedure in one bulldog has saved the lives of three other dogs

Sled dog team pulls during a race

CVM alumna Katie Neshek, ’15, DVM, embraces veterinary role at annual sled dog race