May 2016

May 17th, 2016

Duck Fully Recovered Following Surgery to Remove Penny

Ducks and coins don’t mix, in fact, they can be life threatening as owners Betty and Samantha Trussell of Muscle Shoals found out recently. They brought their pet duck, Puck, to the Avian and Exotic Service at the Auburn University Veterinary Clinic for a medical procedure to remove the coin. “This type of procedure was […]

September 2015

Sep 10th, 2015

Auburn University Veterinary Clinic Expands to See Avian, Exotic Animals

The Auburn University Veterinary Clinic has expanded its service to include avian and exotic animals, providing wellness care as well as educating veterinary students on the healthcare management of these companion animals. Dr. Seth Oster, an assistant clinical professor in the Department of Clinical Sciences, oversees the Companion Animal Avian and Exotic Service and is […]

May 2015

May 4th, 2015

Terrier Treated at the College of Veterinary Medicine on the Road to Recovery

Oscar is a dog constantly on the move, be it running, playing, or wrestling, but when his owner noticed that Oscar was beginning to limp, she feared what would happen to the joyful Wire Fox Terrier she loves so much. Read further to learn how the faculty and staff of the College of Veterinary Medicine are helping Oscar get back on his feet.

April 2015

Apr 30th, 2015

Partnership Provides Veterinary Students with Additional Hands-on Experiences

The College of Veterinary Medicine has added an elective clinical rotation through a new educational partnership with the Greater Birmingham Humane Society and Dr. Brandon Cash, owner of Alabama Shelter Veterinarians, P.C. Third-year veterinary students can choose to spend a two-week rotation providing medical services under the supervision of veterinarians and staff of the Alabama […]