MU veterinary cardiologist recycles donated pacemakers — from both pets and people — to maintain the rhythm of life for canine patients
MU veterinary oncologists develop a vaccine treatment for osteosarcoma, a common type of bone cancer in dogs, avoiding chemotherapy and opening the door for human clinical trials.
On Sept. 20, 2017, Puerto Rico experienced the worst natural disaster in its history. Hurricane Maria wreaked catastrophic destruction and created a humanitarian crisis when it struck the island…
Today’s world is fast-paced. We fuel ourselves with microwave meals at home and fast food on the go. We want high-speed internet, next-day delivery and eyeglasses in an hour.
Scratch cooks will tell you it takes a lot of pushing, folding, rolling, pulling and stretching to make homemade noodles, but the work is well worth the result. Rescuing, healing and raising Noodles the donkey…
Bumble is a Great Pyrenees-mix puppy who was born with more than one anatomical abnormality.
Topher had a lot of heart. The 3-month-old Labrador-pit bull puppy had been consigned to oblivion, abandoned in a dumpster in southwest Missouri.
Elizabeth Giuliano, a professor of ophthalmology at MU’s College of Veterinary Medicine, was selected as Small Animal Continuing Educator of the Year by attendees at the 90th annual conference of the Western Veterinary Conference
The VMDL is a full-service laboratory accredited by the American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians. It provides in-depth laboratory diagnostic support to veterinary practitioners, livestock and poultry industry interests, companion animal interests, wildlife conservationists, scientists utilizing animals in their research throughout the university, state and regulatory officials, and clinicians of the Veterinary Health Center.
Find out more about the VMDL.
The University of Missouri Veterinary Health Center at Wentzville, Missouri, offers unique services to complement the full line of routine and specialized veterinary care at our Columbia location. Our satellite clinic opened in 2011 and provides convenient care for St. Louis-area clients whose pets need cancer treatments, behavior treatment, dermatology or advanced diagnostic imaging.
Find out more about the VHC Wentzville.
The MU Veterinary Health Center has purchased the Animal Emergency Center, located at 8141 North Oak Trafficway in Kansas City, Missouri, to provide after-hours emergency care for area companion animals. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 a.m.; Saturday from noon to Monday at 8:00 a.m.
Find out more about the VHC at Kansas City.
Small Animal Hospital
573-882-7821; After Hours: 573-882-4589
573-882-3513; After Hours: 573-882-4589
Food Animal Hospital
573-882-6857; After Hours: 573-882-4589
VHC Kansas City