To Discover. To Teach. To Heal.
The Veterinary Health Center at Kansas State University is a full service veterinary hospital providing routine, specialty and emergency care. Our mission is to provide superior veterinary medical education, quality patient care and exceptional customer service in a caring environment.
Clear the Shelters is a nationwide pet adoption drive on Saturday, Aug. 18, that helps find loving homes for animals in need.
The VHC is now offering regenerative medicine therapy, including platelet-rich plasma and animal stem cell therapies, for equine patients.
|Director advises to take precautions as summer heat continues|
Dr. Tom Schwartz gives several tips on how to keep your pets cool and healthy during hot summer days.
A great story on a cranial cruciate ligament (CCL) repair on an Australian cattle-dog mix named Blitz, plus how he participated in a clinical trial study.
Dr. David Eshar recently worked at the Tisch Family Zoological Gardens in Jerusalem, Israel, examining the northern palm squirrel.
Wildcat Veterinarian magazineRead stories this issue on how our clinicians were able to successfully treat Dude, Odin and Frisco.
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