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Identification of Brucella protein could lead to infection treatment
One of the most widespread zoonotic diseases in the world, brucellosis can be spread through unpasteurized dairy products and close animal contact.
Veterinary Diagnostic Challenges celebrates 30 year anniversary
Bacteria break-up may block bubonic plague
WSU to lead $125 million USAID project to detect emerging viruses
Annual 5K Rabies Run scheduled for Oct. 30
Veterinary intern helps care for injured, orphaned wildlife
Dr. Winter works closely with the Veterinary Teaching Hospital’s exotics team.
WSU veterinary students awarded $35k scholarships
Rabbit travels from Seattle for life-saving treatment
WSU is among the only facilities in the Northwest to offer radiation therapy for pets.
Veterinary Teaching Hospital offers host of treatments for osteoarthritis
Alice couldn’t get into her litterbox, but with laser therapy she enjoys life again.
WSU researchers discover one way elk become infected with devastating hoof disease
A place to honor past pets
Kooshie’s story is just one of hundreds on the WSU Pet Memorial Program website.
Study may advance control strategies for cattle killer
A parasite may initially infect cattle with multiple strains of bovine Anaplasmosis.
School of Molecular Biosciences graduate student receives prestigious fellowship
Cody Lauritsen will be among first to work in $1.25B National Bio and Agro-defense Facility.
WSU veterinarians: Smoke harmful to pets, too
WSU veterinarians say if the air is not safe for you, it’s not safe for your pets either.
Fitting the pieces together
Internal medicine resident enjoys the 'puzzles' of the veterinary profession.
Veterinarians recruiting dogs to help develop life‑saving test
Finding a quick-and-easy way to see if a dog will have a potentially life-threatening reaction to commonly prescribed drugs.
Compassion comes naturally
If not for the late Dr. Nicole Putney ('11 DVM), Maddie Liu would likely not be a veterinarian.
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Drug-resistant germ packs a punch for U.S. travelers
WSU study shows one salmonella type is more likely to cause disease, resist antibiotics.
Neurology resident’s special bond with animals
Neurology resident Sarvenaz Bagheri’s special connection with animals.
Newly discovered gene sheds light on DNA repair
Scientists identify gene critical to important cell repair processes.
Originally created in 1936 by Randall Johnson, the Cougar Head remains a unique and distinguished part of the WSU identity.