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New Bolton Center Farrier's shoes

No Hoof, No Horse

"As much as 80 percent of equine lameness originates within the horse’s hoof," says New Bolton Center farrier Pat Reilly. He should know.

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Confronting Ebola by looking at viral budding

Confronting Ebola by looking at viral budding

Penn Vet's Dr. Ronald Harty, associate professor of microbiology, identifies compounds that control hemorrhagic viruses.

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Distraction osteogenesis effective in helping canine patient

Growing Brody's Bone

One-year-old Brody had a nagging limp. Why? Dr. Kim Agnello discovered that his radius bone had never fully grown in.

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Penn Vet uses flourescent imaging tool

Making Cancer Glow

Penn Vet surgical teams are lighting up tumors, a technique developed by surgeon David Holt and Penn Med's Sunil Singhal.

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Lisa Gretebeck, VMD

Adding Up the Pieces

Lisa Gretebeck V'14 is on a course to improve not just animals’ lives, but the health and well-being of humans as well.

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Tips to keep animals cool

Keeping Your Cool

During summer's hottest days, make sure you read these tips from our veterinarians to keep them cool and healthy.

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Catching equine colic in time

Combatting Colic

Learn from one of our tip emergency vets how to increase your horse's chances for recovery from this often-deadly condition.

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Dr. Tracy Bale's Lab at Penn Vet

Can Prenatal Stress Impact Brain Function?

Dr. Tracy Bale and her research team investigate the relationship between maternal stress in early pregnancy and schizophrenia and autism.

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Education

Learn what vet school entails with our Summer VETS program for both college and high school students.

Research

Researchers at Penn Vet and Penn Med collaborate on developing an efficient cardiac gene transfer strategy using minimally invasive approach.

Veterinary Hospitals

Our two hospitals offer specialty care 365/24/7.