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Why I Give: Amanda Perry

Posted by: Erica Hensley

Amanda Perry (DVM ’97) practices veterinary medicine today because of scholarships she was awarded two decades ago. She gives back to the College of Veterinary Medicine because receiving student aid from the same college enabled her to become the vet she is today. 

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Alumnus Dr. Marko Stejskal returns to Croatia to teach

Posted by: Taylor Gordy

Croatian veterinary surgeon Marko Stejskal, DVM, PhD, recently completed his residency at the UGA College of Veterinary Medicine and became board-certified by the American College of Veterinary Surgeons—thanks in part to a long-standing fund that supports academic exchange and collaboration between UGA and institutions in Croatia. Now he’s a senior assistant in the Surgery, Orthopedics and Ophthalmology Clinic in the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Zagreb. 

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Equine ophthalmology service expanded

Posted by: Staff

To help us bolster our equine ophthalmology offerings, we have hired a new clinician with advanced training in this area. We have also purchased specialized equipment for cataract surgery in horses.

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Patient Success Story: Lucy

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8-month-old Wheaten Terrier
Owned by Don Heim
Alpharetta, Ga.

"Lucy had been dribbling urine since she was adopted at 8 weeks of age. She was referred to the UGA Veterinary Teaching Hospital. ... After the procedure, Lucy’s incontinence resolved."

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Patient Success Story: Charlie

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Shih Tzu
Owned by Ailin Corella
Athens, Ga.

"... Charlie’s prostate tumor began to obstruct his ability to pass urine. He was immediately admitted to the emergency service at the UGA Veterinary Teaching Hospital. The next day, the Hospital’s Interventional Radiology (IR) service placed a urethral stent. ... Within a few hours of the procedure, Charlie could urinate normally again and was sent home the very next day."

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