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    Jun 28

    Auburn Veterinarian Offers Insight into Warning Signs of Heat Stress in Animals

    Heat and humidity during the summer can affect us all, including our pets. Dogs and cats can easily suffer from heat stress, heat stroke and other heat related illnesses during the hottest months of the year. Dr. Kendon Kuo, an emergency and critical care faculty clinician in the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine, offers […]

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    Jun 22

    Research Study Shows Benefit of Dietary Supplement on Heat-Stress Symptoms

    According to a new study conducted by College of Veterinary Medicine researchers, EpiCor fermentate, manufactured by Embria Health Sciences, not only helped to significantly reduce the likelihood of damage to gut lining caused by heat stress, but also showed gut health benefits without heat stress. The new study was published in the Journal of Thermal Biology. “This […]

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    Jun 14

    Standing CT Machine Assisting in Diagnosing Complex Diseases in Large Animals

    The Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine’s addition of standing CT machine — one of a handful in the U.S. — is allowing veterinarians to more accurately diagnose and treat complex diseases in the neck and skull of equine patients. For radiology and equine faculty, this advanced diagnostic tool has already proven to be a […]

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