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    Vets treat stallion for uncommon disease

    On a warm day in mid-September 2014, Cora Hohenberg noticed that one of her family’s Gypsy stallions, Black Forest William, was down and looking distressed.  More »

    Linear accelerator condenses therapy for pets

    Radiation therapy used to mean that a pet diagnosed with cancer had to undergo 15 to 20 radiation treatments over several weeks at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine’s (WCVM) radiation o  More »

    Pets get physical

    In the basement of the Small Animal Clinic in the Western College of Veterinary Medicine (WCVM), Dr. Romany Pinto is working with Kaibo, a brown toy poodle with hip and knee problems.   More »

    Horse survives after stick impales chest

    Watch a video of Tuffy with WCVM professor Dr. Fernando Marqués at the WCVM Veterinary Medical Centre.  More »

    How Joey got his bounce back

    Linda Jensen knew it was bad news when her veterinarian called her on a Sunday night.  More »

    WCVM team researches septic arthritis

    Dr. Andres Sanchez of the Western College of Veterinary Medicine (WCVM) hopes to prove that a protein called serum amyloid A is a valuable tool for monitoring the healing progress while treating   More »

    Study may offer therapy for heavey horses

    Sucking air through a straw. Those are the words that many people with asthma use to describe their frightening struggle to breathe during an asthma attack.  More »

    Unique table tilts cows' world

    It’s October and veterinarian Dr. Chris Clark is looking forward to tipping cows again.  More »

    Single screw may treat acute laminitis

    It’s 2 a.m. and I’m in search of an ice machine in the physiology lab at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine (WCVM).  More »

    VMC achieves double AAHA accreditation

    Once again, the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) has renewed accreditation of primary and referral hospital services at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine's Veterinary Medical Centr  More »