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A Strong Contender

Although Contender exhibited all the signs of a male animal suffering from bladder or urethral stones, his fellow alpaca friend Abby helped us to discover the true cause of his discomfort. More

Congratulations Class of 2013

From all of us at Cornell's Hospital for Animals, we would like to congratulate the class of 2013 and wish them well as they begin their veterinary careers! More

Perspectives - 150 years of progress in veterinary medicine

Veritas is pleased to announce Perspectives in Veterinary Medicine, a new feature of the online continuing education partnership between academia and industry. Each week throughout the remainder of 2013, Veritas will present stories that analyze 150 years of progress in veterinary medicine, offer thoughts on the future of the profession, and share evidence-based insights anticipating the path forward. Launching April 15, 2013, Perspectives stories are written by Donald F. Smith, professor of large animal surgery and Dean Emeritus at Cornell University, and can be found at More

Newly Developed Spinal Surgery

"Nothing more can be done." These words would sink the spirit of any loving pet-owner. But as dairy-farm owners and breeders of champion dogs, Jeff Winton and Jim Modica don't quit easily when it comes to their animals. More

Life Saving Surgery

Life saving surgery inspires gift to help see inside ailing wildlife. More

Reggie - 18-year-old Welsh Pony Gelding

Reggie, a three-time national champion in
the Small Welsh English Pleasure division,
is also a wonderful teacher. More