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Service dogs offered free eye exams

Story featured in Columbus Dispatch

Comparative Pathology & Mouse Phenotyping Shared Resource

Featured in OSU Today

The Comparative Pathology & Mouse Phenotyping Shared Resource, within the Department of Veterinary Biosciences, provides expert, readily available and affordable experimental pathology support to investigators utilizing animal models to study human disease. Pathologists and technicians affiliated with the CPMPSR are familiar with normal lab animal anatomy and physiology, as well as with background age- and strain-related lesions of various animal models, allowing for critical contextual interpretation of specimens.

Veterinary Teaching Hospital renamed: Veterinary Medical Center

New name showcases breadth of specialty diagnostic and treatment services

Congratulations to Joe Esch, second-year veterinary student

First Ohio State student to become SAVMA president-elect

Veterinary College Partners with LifeCare Alliance

Providing Veterinary Care for Those in Need

Wayward cow gives birth to healthy calf

Highway escape delays trip to Veterinary Medical Center

Team Approach to Emergency and Critical Care Saves Lives

Exciting advances in emergency and critical care

Ohio State Experts Envision a 20/20 Plan for a Laminitis Cure by 2020

Participated in International Equine Laminitis Meetings

Columbus, OH - Equine experts and laminitis researchers from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine participated in two laminitis research meetings/workshops, where participants shared current research rand treatments, and envisioned finding a cure by 2020.

Holiday Safety Tips for Pet Owners

What owners need to know to keep pets safe this holiday season

By Meghan Herron, DVM, DACVB, Clinical Instructor, Behavioral Medicine, and Hannah Minch, DVM, Clinical Instructor, Small Animal Community Practice

Orthopedic Surgeons Provide Continuing Education to Veterinarians in Bogotá, Colombia

Drs. Allen and Au participate in the Congress in Canine Orthopedics

By Kristine McComis