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  • Medical Laboratory Professionals Week
    Medical Laboratory Professionals Week
    Take this opportunity to thank and celebrate all the laboratory professionals, pathologists, microbiologists, parasitologists and residents!
  • Conceptual rendering of the Veterinary Medical Center
    Construction Update for March 2, 2016
    Alternate parking and entrance for Hospital for Companion Animals
  • Phoebe a cat from Missouri saved by dialysis
    Phoebe's a survivor
    After digesting lilies that caused life-threatening kidney failure, Phoebe traveled from Missouri to receive life-saving dialysis at the VMC.
  • Behavioral medicine temporarily relocating
    The behavioral medicine service will be temporarily operating out of our Veterinary Medical Center-Dublin facility as of Monday, February 29, 2016
  • Fox28's Good Day Marketplace took a tour of the new ICU
    Take a sneak peek of the new ICU!
    Fox28's Good Day Marketplace crew recently got a sneak peek of the new intensive care unit in the Hospital for Companion Animals.
  • Commitment to Care campaign for hospital enhancement and expansion project
    Buckeye pets are counting on you!
    We hope you'll continue to support the Commitment to Care campaign in support of our hospital Enhancement & Expansion project through 2017.
  • Now available at the VMC: 3 Tesla magnet MRI
    As of May 2015, the Veterinary Medical Center’s (VMC) campus location offers MRIservices on site!

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News

With the spring season upon us, more flowers are making their way into the household. Flowers are known for sprucing up the environment, and less known for posing a significant threat to pets. One of the deadliest flowers a cat owner can bring into their home -despite its beauty- is the lily.

Residencies to be renewed and expanded to four major institutions.

New York, NY - The American Kennel Club, the world's largest purebred dog registry, the Theriogenology Foundation and the AKC Canine Health Foundation announce that the recently established American Kennel Club/Theriogenology Foundation Companion Animal Residencies in Theriogenology are being renewed and expanded to four univiersities in 2016.  Read more.