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The virologist preparing Africa for the next pandemic
Kariuki Njenga talks about his work building a pan-African study to find emerging diseases quickly.
WSU begins project to detect new viruses
Researchers hope to identify future possible pandemics.
Moscow-Pullman Daily News
Scientists battle hoof disease with clear eyes
Not just for humans
WSU nursing and veterinary students team up
The Spokesman Review
Preventing the next pandemic: WSU leads $125M global project
Is ivermectin going to kill you? Probably not unless you take the dosage meant for horses
WSU Offers Host of Osteoarthritis Treatment For Animals
Big Country News
Six Dogs Sickened Or Dead Near Tri-Cities, All Thought To Have Contact With Columbia River
Northwest Public Broadcasting
Researchers at Washington State University find that elk hoof disease spreads in soil
Desperate times for pet owners and vets as clinics, hospitals are overwhelmed
NW News Network
Academic groups seek easier approval path for gene-edited food animals
When geneticists modify a food-producing animal, the changes are typically regulated as drugs.
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association
Financial tips for owning a pet
Take inventory before making a commitment.
WSU vet hospital hustles to meet escalating demand for after-hours emergencies
Three dogs die after swimming in Little Spokane River
The three hunting dogs had good health and swam in the river regularly with no problem.
What Every Single Pet Owner Needs to Know About Pets and Essential Oils
Essential oils could be harmful to pets under certain circumstances.
Pig has 23-pound tumor removed in lifesaving surgery
Agricultural animal team performs life-saving procedure.
Gene Editing: Experts Say it’s Time to Remodel Regulatory Landscape
Gene editing has the capacity to create transformational change in our food production systems.
Keep pets cool
WSU Veterinarians advise pet owners to keep their pets cool during this heat wave.
Partnering for pets
How two WSU grads came to buy the Audubon Veterinary Clinic.
Originally created in 1936 by Randall Johnson, the Cougar Head remains a unique and distinguished part of the WSU identity.