Innovation in Animal and Human Health.
The College of Veterinary Medicine is made up of a community of professionals committed to graduating highly skilled veterinarians prepared to solve evolving societal needs which span animal, human, and environmental health and welfare; perform basic and applied biomedical research to discover the answers which may lead to cures for diseases we currently are unable to manage; and to provide the best veterinary services to our clients and referring veterinarians through both primary and specialty veterinary care. The role veterinarians play goes far beyond the private practitioner, although this is what most people are familiar with due to the restorative and preventative healthcare their pets and production animals need.
"The strong culture of scholarship, outstanding curriculum and the multidisciplinary approach to improve both animal and human health has led to the excellent reputation of the OSU College of Veterinary Medicine. "
Dr. Carlos Risco, Dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine
The OSU Veterinary Hospital is raising $10,000 to purchase four bed warming systems for shelter animals. These bed warmers provide a safe and stabilized source of warmth before and after surgery. Thanks to the generosity of Leslie Wright, every donation to the Spay-Neuter Program for Sheltered Animals Fund will be matched dollar-for-dollar up to $5,000! Help us maximize this match so we can purchase all four warming systems and provide a safe and comforting bed to shelter animals undergoing surgery at OSU.
We invite you to be part of educating Cowboy veterinarians and the life changing innovations that impact both animals and humans alike through a gift to the College of Veterinary Medicine during Give Orange!