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Archive for February, 2011

African Wild Dog talk on Friday

Monday, February 14th, 2011

Gabriella Flacke, DVM, MVSc studied for her Masters in Veterinary Wildlife Conservation Medicine through Murdoch University in Perth, Western Australia. Dr. Flacke said, “The local group with which I was working is called the KwaZulu-Natal African Wild Dog Conservation and Reintroduction Programme.  I am currently doing relief work for small animal/exotics practices in the Portland […]

OVC student registration forms due Wednesday

Monday, February 14th, 2011

If you would like to attend the Oregon Veterinary Conference, registration forms are due by Wednesday, February 16. Click on the link below, fill our your form, print it off, and place it in Class of 2013 Rita Wehrman’s mailbox. Go to http://oregonvma.org/files/2011-OVC-Registration-Form-DVM.pdf, click on OVC Registration Forms under “What’s New”, and then “OVC Registration Form: DVMs & Veterinary […]

Hospital Director updates VTH news

Monday, February 14th, 2011

Welcome Jasmin Black-Regan, CVT, to the Small Animal Intensive Care Unit. Amanda Clark, CVT, has increased her hours from part-time to full time in Small Animal Rehabilitation. Angie Frazzini, CVT, continues to serve as a substitute CVT in both the Large and Small Animal hospitals. Betsy Snyder will continue to serve as temporary Large Animal […]

Design the 2011 Pet Day logo!

Monday, February 14th, 2011

Pet Day co-chairs are accepting submissions for the new Pet Day logo. February 28 is the deadline for submission. Guidelines for submissions are on the Pet Day page of the CVM website. Submit your logo designs to glattina@onid.orst.edu. If you are interested in volunteering or learning more about the events of Pet Day, email the […]

Dr. Thomas returns to talk about sea turtles

Monday, February 14th, 2011

After having completed her fourth-year rotation at OSU CVM from Ross University in January, Dr. Kirsten Thomas recently came speak to the Zoo Wildlife Exotic (ZWE) club on her work with sea turtles. Her talk, entitled “Chelonian Medicine and Conservation” covered a wide range of topics from specific sea turtle anatomy and conservation to general […]

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