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Veterinary Health Center
vhc@vet.k-state.edu
For all veterinary referrals, please email
referrals@vet.k-state.edu
1800 Denison Ave.
Manhattan, KS 66506

For emergencies call:
785-532-5690, dial 0

For appointments call:
Small Animal Desk
785-532-5690

Large Animal Desk
785-532-5700

Admissions - Dean's Office
admit@vet.k-state.edu
785-532-4852

Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory Client Care
clientcare@vet.k-state.edu
785-532-5650 or
866-512-5650

Rabies Laboratory
rabies@vet.k-state.edu
785-532-4483

Dean's Office
785-532-5660

vetmed@k-state.edu

K-State Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Updates

Exceptional teaching. Impactful research. Outstanding service. Extraordinary graduates.

Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine is dedicated to the advancement of health and welfare of animals, people, the environment, and the veterinary profession through excellence in teaching, research, service and outreach.

We are committed to a professional degree program with broad training opportunities across a comprehensive range of companion and exotic animals, and livestock species. Our focus is on initiatives that address important societal needs at a local, national and global level.

News

Grant supports research to mitigate COVID-19 in meat and poultry processing facilities

A team of researchers is using a $1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to study ways to effectively control the spread of SARS-CoV-2 in these facilities.

    Randy Phebus, Sally Davis, Valentina Trinetta, Sara Gragg and Daniel Vega

First-year student receives national scholarship

Jessica Marie Hanson, Ulysses, Kansas, is the recipient of the $5,000 Russell-Malnati Scholarship for Advanced Studies from the American Jersey Cattle Association.

First-year veterinary student Jessica Hanson
     

 

Veterinary medicine students participate in tortoise anesthesia research

In a study led by Drs. David Eshar, Sara Gardhouse and Tess Rooney, an injectable anesthesia protocol was tested in three different tortoise species: leopard tortoises, red-footed tortoises and ornate box turtles.
Drs. David Eshar and Tess Rooney

CVM discontinuing GRE requirement for admissions

The College of Veterinary Medicine is dropping the Graduate Record Examination as a requirement of its application process beginning with the 2020-2021 application cycle.

Willie the Wildcat examines pooch at VHC