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Oncology UTCVM 2012

Veterinary oncology at the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine.

Petscape Your Yard

Spring is here and many of us are doing landscaping work. But what about the plants growing around your house? UT experts say there are a number of common plants that could harm your dogs and cats if they ingest them.

UT College of Veterinary Medicine Promo #1

Take Pride, Tennessee, in your veterinary college. The University of Tennessee boasts the only veterinary academic medical center in the state…providing the region with sophisticated services-including equine MRI, an extensive medical team of board-certified specialists offering 24-hr care, and scientists making new discoveries affecting the equine population. 1 of only 28 veterinary colleges in the [...]

UT College of Veterninary Medicine Promo #2

The Equine Hospital at the University of Tennessee Veterinary Medical Center in Knoxville. .. Your total equine package offers: The new specialty in veterinary sports medicine and rehabilitation MRI and board-certified radiologists Hyperbaric oxygen therapy chamber Underwater treadmill Journeyman farrier And Board-certified internists, anesthesiologists, and surgeons Take pride, Tennessee, in your veterinary college that is [...]

Eagles

As our country celebrates its Independence this Fourth of July – a number of organizations work to save one of the greatest symbols of our freedom. The UT College of Veterinary Medicine teams with other groups to provide medical care for the American Bald Eagle.

Dog Eye Exams

Police dogs are know for their amazing sense of smell. But their eyesight is also critical for them to perform their jobs. The UT College of Veterinary Medicine works with law enforcement to make sure K-9′s have healthy vision.

FRED

Veterinarians need sophisticated training to care for pets–especially in the area of internal medicine. But this can be hard on live animals because of the damage accidently done to their bodies during the teaching. Experts at UT’s College of Veterinary Medicine have invented a device to teach veterinarians to perform advanced procedures–without using live animals.

Tiger Haven

When you think about a veterinarian, images of treating dogs, cats and livestock come to mind. But UTs College of Veterinary Medicine also provides care at the home of hundreds of tigers, lions, cougars and other big cats.

HABIT

When an elderly person is lonely, pets can help them overcome their sadness. UT’s College of Veterinary Medicine has a special program where pet owners take their animals to visit people in assisted living facilities.

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