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Cats may devour some plants but ignore others as a simple matter of taste, says Sandra Sawchuk, a clinical instructor at the School…
Photos: Bryce Richter Hayley Rothwell (left) practices the process of intubation using a model of a dog, while clinical instructor Elizabeth…
Scientists studying a mysterious neurological affliction in cats have discovered a surprising ability of the central nervous system to repair itself and restore function.
Sara Greenslit, a returning adult student, has always had dual interest in art and science. She completed a pre-veterinary degree in biology at the College of Charleston, S.C., in 1992.
That the cell nurturing growth factor interleukin-7 can help ramp up the ability of the immune system to remember the pathogenic villains it encounters is well known.
It's hard to believe that in an advanced country like the United States, fewer than half of all puppies and kittens are being vaccinated. Yet that's exactly what was found in a study recently completed by UW–Madison and Dane County veterinarians.