Care for cats, dogs & other domestic/companion animals
Care for horses & livestock/farm animals
Penn Vet's Ryan Hospital is the nation's only academic veterinary hospital to offer comprehensive services in urologic and kidney care.
The Wang Lab has determined how an enzyme protects the integrity of the germ line by giving rise to a class of RNA molecules.
Created more than 40 years ago, the pool recovery system at New Bolton Center helps horses wake up gently from anesthesia.
By administering cyclodextrin into the fluid around cats’ brains, Dr. Vite and his team were able to halt the progression of Niemann-Pick.
In 1967, a Penn Vet cardiologist implanted the first canine pacemaker. Nearly 50 years later, this device saved the life of a boxer named Jake.
When Windsor, a 2200-lb working Clydesdale, wasn't feeling himself, cardiologists at New Bolton Center soon found out why.
The "Barth" Memorial Fund for Mitral Valve Disease Research will help cardiologists at Penn Vet investigate canine MVD.
Learn what vet school entails with our Summer VETS program for both college and high school students.
Learn about the many ways Penn Vet's world-renowned researchers push the boundaries of scientific discovery by reading about our groundbreaking initiatives and research centers.
Our two hospitals offer specialty care 365/24/7.