Veterinarians perform minimally invasive procedure on tiny dog with PDA
Dr. Janet L. Olson, cardiology resident, examines Gizmo, the smallest dog ever to be implanted with an Amplatz canine duct occluder in a minimally invasive procedure. Gizmo suffered from patent ductus arteriosus (PDA). Her owner transported her from Florida for the procedure.
See the KARE 11 story about Veterinary Medical Center doctors fixing tiny terrier's "broken heart"
Open House is Sunday, October 11,
from 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Visit us at our Open House! See and learn about veterinary medicine past, present, and future. The event will include discussions, displays, demonstrations on animal care, veterinary medicine, and how to become a veterinarian. The day will also include up-close views of live animals and tours of the Equine Center, The Raptor Center, the Veterinary Medical Center, and more!
Open House Itinerary
Open House Poster
Dr. Pat Redig, CVM professor and cofounder of The Raptor Center, nominated for Indianapolis Prize
Dairy Education Center opens in New Sweden
VetFAST: Early enrollment program benefits graduates and society
One year after Batman, Veterinary Medical Center opens clinical trials to other dogs with brain tumors
Robert Washabau receives WSAVA Waltham award
Veterinary Continuing Education program director hired
Montserrat Torremorell appointed to Allen D. Leman Chair in Swine Health and Productivity
Large Animal Hospital treats baby giraffe from Como Zoo
See White Coat Ceremony Class of 2010
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