Clinical Innovation

Veterinary Orthopedist Borrows from Human Medicine to Repair Canine Facial Fractures

Dr. Randy Boudrieau

Road Medicine

House calls? You bet! Ambulatory veterinarians hit the road every day and must switch gears flawlessly when emergencies happen.

Sight Lines

Pets don’t have to read an eye chart to keep a driver’s license or don prescription glasses to see the tiny text on a smartphone. But they still need eye care. In fact, animals experience many of the same eye problems that people do, including cataracts, glaucoma and injuries to the cornea.

Caring for Wildlife When Mother Nature Doesn’t Cooperate

Cummings School wildlife veterinarians came to the rescue this winter treating and releasing a record number of patients this due to record cold and snow.

Comprised of our seven academic teaching hospitals and clinics Cummings Veterinary Medical Center offers our patients an opportunity to receive high-caliber, advanced and specialty veterinary care while providing our students a rich clinical learning environment.

Cummings Veterinary Medical Center specialists pair expertise with a human touch. The only academic center in New England, our faculty, students and staff translate cutting-edge science into advanced veterinary care that goes beyond healing the patient to embracing and tending to the entire family.

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