Veterinary Medicine: Setting the Standard of Excellence
Veterinary Hospital Care Breaking Ground
Imagine a comprehensive center for veterinary medicine unlike any in the world: one that sets the gold standard of care while defining the state of the art in clinical research and education. A center of healing, where clients trust that their beloved animals—from parakeets to Thoroughbreds—will be treated with unparalleled expertise and compassion.
Learn about the vision for a dramatically redesigned veterinary hospital where clinicians, scholars, and veterinary students collaborate in integrated teams to advance the health of animals, people, and our environment.
Following a normal morning feeding, Easy, a 19-year-old Missouri Fox Trotter gelding, was found down and rolling in his pasture (a sign of a potential colic problem). Owners Meredith Reinhart and Mark McLean knew exactly who to call.
In North Carolina, a pug named Winston is first dog in the U.S. to contract COVID-19. Researchers believe he got the virus from his owners. According to experts, Winston the pug's positive test results are rare.
The University of California, Davis, tops the world in veterinary science, according to the 2020 QS World University Rankings by Subject released today (March 3). QS, or Quacquarelli Symonds, is considered one of the most influential international university rankings providers.
The Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges (AAVMC) has named Dr. Peter J. Havel from the University of California, Davis, College of Veterinary Medicine as the recipient of the 2020 AAVMC Excellence in Research Award.
Nevada County’s only K-9 dog patrolling regional state parks has been diagnosed with myasthenia gravis, a neuromuscular disease. Patrol dog Miro was treated and eventually released from UC Davis Veterinary Teaching Hospital and is recovering at home with his handler, state parks Ranger Martin Gilbertson.
The wildfires have ravaged natural habitat for wildlife indigenous to Australia and now groups from the states are doing what they can to help. Erin Brady is the Home Economics teacher at Spring View Middle School in Rocklin.