Urinary stones are painful for pets but eliminating them does not have to be expensive for pet owners. Lower-cost, minimally invasive techniques developed over the past 40 years by veterinarians at the University of Minnesota Urolith Center are available for most stone types and patients.
Scientists respond to call from state legislators to roll out translated resources and customized educational programming for Minnesota’s many cultural contexts.
New multilingual outreach events and materials have been released around chronic wasting disease (CWD).
The University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine’s (CVM) Leatherdale Equine Center (LEC) has recently acquired a new equine standing computed tomography (CT) and neonatal intensive care unit (NICU).
Marissa Milstein, ’18 DVM, PhD student, was out for a cathartic early winter hike with her dog, Miles, near Lake Elmo in November when two friendly German shepherds approached.