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Dr. Marine Traverson displays a 3D printed model to a student while working with a dog.

May 1, 2023

Class of 2023: How a COVID Cancellation Led to Fateful Fallout

A first-person essay by Abby Cox Laws, who after graduation will be a small animal rotating intern at Colorado State University. 

Mack Kestler and his dog Brandi

Apr 27, 2023

April News and Updates: A Feline Center, a Standing CT and a Heartfelt Thank You from Across the Years

Stay up to date on how the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine is having a huge impact, from creating a center to focus on feline care to installing a standing CT for horses to being recognized for major awards. 

Brooke Childers and Ethan Williamson have been best friends throughout veterinary school.

Apr 26, 2023

Class of 2023: Vet School Packing List – Best Friend Included

A first-person essay by Ethan Williamson, who after graduation will be working as a small animal general practitioner in Myrtle Beach.  

Christian Capobianco worked with red pandas during an externship

Apr 24, 2023

Class of 2023: An Amazingly Memorable Walk on the Wild Side

By Christian Capobianco As a kid, I visited Disney’s Animal Kingdom and was amazed watching the veterinarians in their on-show veterinary window treat exotic animals like lions and gorillas. I knew at that moment that I wanted to be an “animal doctor” and that I wanted to work with the wild ones. When I was… 

Dog scratching its ear

Jan 26, 2023

NC State Veterinary Medicine Research Roundup, January 2023

The New Year is off to an exciting start for the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine! From advancing equine stem cell research to protecting sheltered kittens from deadly pathogens, our researchers are making advances in animal and human health. Here’s a sample. 

Beautiful Red Cats in the Green Grass in Summer

Nov 28, 2022

NC State Veterinary Medicine Research Roundup, November 2022

From chronic kidney disease in cats to pain management in pigs, here's a look at some of the latest published studies from the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine. 

A beagle in autumn

Nov 21, 2022

Safety Tips for a Happy, Healthy Thanksgiving with Your Pets

Thanksgiving is a time for gathering with close friends and family — and that typically means pets, too. But with an overabundance of enticing food, busy schedules and perhaps a lot of unfamiliar guests, pet health and safety risks abound during the holiday. And with more people sharing Thanksgiving with others in person this year… 

College campus and statue covered with snow

Jan 31, 2022

NC State Veterinary Medicine News and Updates, January 2022

Groundbreaking osteoarthritis pain treatment, excellence in equine medicine and more from a busy month on campus. 

Dean Meurs

Jan 18, 2022

Meurs Named NC State Veterinary Medicine Interim Dean

Meurs takes over leadership when current CVM Dean Paul Lunn steps down in January. 

two dogs and a Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever and Jack Russell in nature from Christmas trees

Jan 13, 2022

Winter Weather: Tips for Keeping Pets Safe in the Cold

Some important safety tips for your pets when facing colder temperatures and snowy or icy days.