A variety of sources can harbor infectious diseases that impact horses, from mosquitos and rodents to pastures and water supplies, to name a few – which is why it is integral to have a strategy in place to contain and resolve them.
From goat dehorning, to embryo transfers, and bovine pregnancy checks aplenty, a selective on Tufts Ambulatory has a little bit of everything. Source: http://cummingsvoices.tufts.edu/2017/02/abby-and-annette-go-on-ambulatory/
GRAFTON, Mass. (September 13, 2016) — Faculty, staff technicians, students and alumni from Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University have joined dozens of other organizations and individuals in aiding more than 1,000 animals… Read More
This summer, we welcomed four faculty from CVASU to Cummings School. Here are a few highlights from the most recent visit through the Twinning Program. Source: http://cummingsvoices.tufts.edu/2016/08/twinning-is-winning/
Susan Crawford says Dr. Alfredo Sanchez-Londoño of Tufts Ambulatory Service has always gone the extra mile. It was no exception when he not only made the arrangements for “Princess” to receive treatment at Cummings Veterinary Medical Center, but made sure to be at the facility during the process as well.