Rabbit now walks AND has a new home! Enjoy this update from the Huffington Post.
Dr. Sherry Sanderson, a board-certified veterinary nutritionist, helps explain what fruits are safe for your dog to eat.
UGA Veterinary Teaching Hospital now open in new location. Our first day of appointments brought a variety of patients through our new doors, such as this yellow lab Minnie, owned by John Gittleman, dean of the Odum School of Ecology.
UGA held a ribbon-cutting ceremony February 13th to dedicate our new Veterinary Medical Center, which includes an education
building and a new teaching hospital. Visit the VMC website to read more about the ceremony, and view videos and photos.
The UGA Veterinary Teaching Hospital is now open at its new location – 2200 College Station Road. This state-of-the-art facility will allow the Hospital to better meet its current patient care demands and the educational needs of the College while ensuring a bright future for both the CVM and the veterinary profession.
The entire site will be referred to as the Veterinary Medical Center and will include a new teaching hospital for small and large animals, a covered equine performance arena, a building dedicated to Field Services, Production Medicine and Theriogenology, and an education building for teaching and continuing education courses.
30-year-old Thoroughbred Horse
Owned by Terry Gantt
Woody came to me in June of 1994 as a 9-year-old Thoroughbred gelding retired off the track. He had a full career of 101 starts with 10 First Place, 13 Second Place, and 14 Third Place Wins. It took a lot of work and patience to get the racehorse out of Woody. Fortunately for me he had a very sweet disposition and loved to jump. We became very close and had a lot of fun competing in local hunter shows