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Thanksgiving foods to avoid giving to your dog: Experts share what’s safe, toxic this holiday season

November 24, 2021
Dog with red napkin around his neck licking his lips hungry for a turkey on a table in front of him highlights the recommendations of Cummings School’s veterinary nutritionists on safe/unsafe foods for dogs this season of gathering.

Life saving research and the world’s largest collection of Willard Clocks call Grafton, Massachusetts, home

November 15, 2021
grey pit bull terrier named Bentley with oversized tongue being examined by veterinarian and vet technician at Foster Hospital for Small Animals

Dean Alastair Cribb and Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Education Cheryl London spoke with WCVB’s Chronicle about the school’s research efforts.

Deer Wars and Death Threats

November 8, 2021
deer in urban population

Research associate professor Allen Rutberg comments in a New Yorker feature on urban deer population management projects that have stirred public controversies.

New technology sends Tufts veterinary scientists on journey to center of the cell

November 5, 2021
The Administration Building on the Cummings School Campus made of brick and various roof lines and multiple chimneys

Associate dean of research and graduate education Cheryl London spoke with The Tufts Daily about the new Comparative Pathology and Genomics Shared Resource.

The Pit Bull Puppy Born with an Oversized Tongue Undergoes Reduction Surgery

November 3, 2021
grey pit bull terrier named Bentley with oversized tongue

Associate professor Raymond Kudej spoke with CBS’ The Doctors about a groundbreaking tongue reduction surgery he performed on a dog named Bentley.