Cases of diarrhea that once would have been fatal are responding to fecal transplantation. Now Cummings School researchers are working to identify exactly how this procedure can help horses For most humans and animals, diarrhea is an uncomfortable but minor problem. However, in horses, diarrhea can more easily turn deadly—killing some 25 to 30 percent Read More
As a viral pneumonia continues to spread, an expert on human outbreaks that originate in animals shares what we know so far about 2019n-CoV
Veterinary ophthalmologist Stephanie Pumphrey, V08, an assistant professor at Cummings School, responds
For dogs with mitral valve disease, a gene therapy entering clinical trials at Cummings School could hold promise.
Cummings School alumni and faculty members team up to help a monkey victim of the illegal pet trade.
Clinical studies will evaluate whether a weekly insulin injection controls glucose levels in sick dogs—and soon in cats
When Olaf, a four-year-old Siberian husky, was diagnosed with diabetes in February, there wasn’t anything his owners, Gina and Brian Dacey, wouldn’t do to help him. “We’ve had him since he was a few weeks old, and he’s really still just a baby,” Gina Dacey said.
The search is on for a new medical director.
Veterinarians at Cummings Veterinary Medical Center’s Hospital for Large Animals watch horses in motion every day – and like you, they want these athletes to perform at the top of their game.
A $10 million renovation of the Foster Hospital creates expanded new spaces for pets to receive first-rate care.