The Lois Bates Acheson Veterinary Teaching Hospital now has a pair of videos on their website. The Small Animal Hospital video takes the viewer on a tour of the hospital from a dog’s-eye point of view, and has been on the website for nearly a year. Just last week, a new video featuring equine [...]
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A new MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) scanner at the OSU College of Veterinary Medicine enables clinicians in the Lois Bates Acheson Teaching Hospital to conduct sophisticated imaging of an animal’s internal organs, spinal cord, ligaments and tissues. The instrument was donated by Stan and Judy Stearns who were the honored guests at a dedication ceremony for the new facility on Friday, Sept. [...]
“We passed!” exclaimed Hospital Director Dr. Helen Diggs. The triennial American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) accreditation site visit took place September 8 and was an overwhelming success. Six hospital services were individually evaluated as part of the Veterinary Teaching Hospital’s AAHA accreditation: Small Animal Medicine, Small Animal Surgery, Oncology, Cardiology, Anesthesiology, and Diagnostic Imaging. Other [...]
A new coat of paint in 2010 gave a refreshing new look to the old dairy barn on SW Washington Way. But the roof was deteriorating and the historic structure was in danger. Under blue skies in August, workers stripped off the old roof and replaced it with sheathing and roofing tiles.
“You may notice some new signs around the recycling and compost bins when you go to throw your items in their appropriate containers. We’ve updated the sorting-system to correlate with the South Town Alternative Co-Op and our school’s Allied Waste Pick-Up,” stated Sami Pederson. She added, “I’ve researched the recycling of coffee cups extensively, and [...]
Korea is currently dealing with an outbreak of Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD), a highly contagious viral infection of agricultural animals. Depopulation of infected and exposed animals forms the basis of control of FMD. Add to this the refusal by FMD-free countries to accept import of animal products originating from an affected region, and the [...]