Animal Acupuncture

A clinical assistant professor who teaches anatomy at Cummings School discusses how acupuncture can help animals with acute and chronic conditions.

Ask the Vet: A Stinky Situation

What we should an owner do when a dog or cat has a run-in with a skunk?

Going to the Dogs (And Cats)

When it comes to nutrition, we have a lot in common with our pets. Diet also plays a role in our shared ailments, such as heart disease. Researchers across the university are looking at what nutrition research could learn from companion animals.

Hermione's Courageous Story

Hermione arrived in the Tufts Foster Hospital for Small Animals at Cummings Veterinary Medical Center’s emergency room on Thanksgiving evening after having been in a house fire that had destroyed her home and tragically claimed the life of the other cat in the household, Luna.

Boots Miraculous Story of Cheating Death Not Once but Twice!

Boots, a 16-year-old cat, has cheated death twice. Nine lives? Maybe. But perhaps this cat’s resiliency has more to do with a strong family bond and the depth of love from his owners.

Ever Wonder?

Have you ever wondered why cats purr? Watch Dr. Nicholas Dodman explain in the Tufts University Ever Wonder? series.

Success Stories

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Better Pet Gazette

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Catnip

Catnip Newsletter

A monthly nationally-circulated newsletter for caring cat owners presenting feline medical and behavioral information. All published articles are reviewed by board members who are affiliated with Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University and its hospitals

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What to Expect

Bringing your pet to Cummings Veterinary Medical Center? Find out what you need to bring, about registration, parking and more.

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