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Patient Success Story: Smokey

Posted by: Cindy Rice

17-year-old Appaloosa
Owned by Brittany Bristol
Watkinsville, Ga.

Editor's note: Smokey's story was written by his owner Brittany Bristol.

Smokey was referred to the UGA Veterinary Teaching Hospital by our primary care veterinarian for further testing after experiencing a two-week duration of intermittent increased salivation and bilateral nasal discharge, as well as a poor appetite. He was otherwise normal. ...

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Scott and Dey Mathews

Posted by: Scott and Dey Mathews

Philanthropy has always been very important to both of us. We have supported a variety of worthwhile causes, including the nonprofit boards Scott has served on and the schools we, and our sons, have attended. Consistent with that approach, after James was accepted to the CVM, we discussed with Molly Thomas, the College’s associate director of development, various ways in which we could support the program. We believe that the best support parents can give their children is to contribute to the growth of educational opportunities and excellence in their children’s field of study. 

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Patient Success Story: Gizmo

Posted by: Cindy Rice

5-year-old Maltese
Owned by Vicki Massengale
Griffin, Ga.

Editor's note: Gizmo's story was written by his owner Vicki Massengale

Gizmo only has one speed—800 miles per hour everywhere she goes! In early March 2015, Gizmo began stumbling when she walked and just wasn't feeling well. On March 22, Gizmo was unable to walk. I rushed Gizmo to the UGA Veterinary Teaching Hospital where she was promptly evaluated by their emergency service. ...

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Why I Give - Randy Harris

Posted by: Randy Harris

It's a small gesture but I donate to UGA each time a beloved pet dies. It means volumes to the owner and it helps the school in the process.

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Why I Give - Natalie Eggenberger

Posted by: Natalie Eggenberger

My favourite horse of all times suffers from DSLD/ESPA - the cause to find an easier way to diagnose the disease and ultimately identify the genetic marker is very important to me - I owe it to my horse Dominguero NS to support you, my Dom has been suffering through a flare up the last few day's, therefore I felt the need to donate a second time.

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