When Katie met Tommy she was volunteering with the college’s Veterinary Outreach program This program partners the college with Faithful Forgotten Best Friends (FFBF), a 501c3 nonprofit focused on improving the quality of life for the pets of Franklin County's underserved and vulnerable populations. The nonprofit provides pet owners with food, basic veterinary care, and vaccinations. Tommy was brought to FFBF by his original owner after he began showing signs of two fairly common skin disorders: mange and scabies.
The Alumni Society Recognition Awards are presented annually during Homecoming Weekend. These awards are given to alumni who have shown distinction through their professional or non-professional activities.
Dr. Laura K. Dunbar and Dr. Jonathan A. Yardley will be presenting during the 2017 Congress Demonstration Series at the All American Quarter Horse. Details about their lectures can be found below.
For more information about the 2017 All American Quarter Horse Lectures and Demonstrations, please visit: http://www.quarterhorsecongress.com/lectures-and-demonstrations
2017 Congress Demonstration Series
Friday, October 20th @ 2pm (Congress Lecture Hall/Congress Corral)
Join us Wednesday (Oct 4th) from 11-2 PM in front of the Veterinary Medicine Academic Building for food trucks! Enjoy our featured vendors, connect with fellow colleagues and learn more about the College Staff Advisory Council.
Join us for the Alumni Reception at the 2017 AAEP Convention in San Antonio, Texas!
The event will be on Sunday, November 19 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. Central Time
At the Barriba Cantina and The Country Line River Walk
Located on the San Antonio River Walk.
Click here for walking directions fron the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center.
In the article, Dr. O’Quin provided insight on the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announcing that 39 people contracted a bacterial infection from contagious puppies at the pet store chain Petland.
2016 was an incredible year for our college. Read our 2016 Annual Review to learn how we made history, surpassed milestones and delivered substantial contributions to enhance and advance veterinary medical education, research and patient care.
Dr. Gregory Parham used his DVM degree to create an extraordinary career with the United States government that spanned over three decades.