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.
Thank you for choosing the University of Georgia Veterinary Teaching Hospital for the care of your animal. We handle more than 25,000 small and large animal visits each year and offer 25+ specialty services, including a 24-hour emergency service. Our clinicians, residents, interns, veterinary students and technical staff will treat you and your animal with the utmost compassion and respect. We bring years of experience to each case, and because we are a teaching hospital, we have a vast and highly specialized knowledge base from which to draw answers.
Providing exceptional animal care while training the next generation of doctors is the hallmark of our program. In order to continue this tradition of excellence, we built a new facility, located at 2200 College Station Road. Our new Hospital enhances our capability to deliver superior veterinary care while providing a safe and comfortable environment for you and your pet.
30-year-old Thoroughbred Horse
Owned by Terry Gantt
Editor's note: Woody's story was written by his owner, 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