Lisa Freeman, J86, V91, N96, head of the veterinary nutrition service at Cummings Veterinary Medical Center, fills us in I hear from owners—and vets—all the time that they’ve added pumpkin to a dog or cat’s diet to increase the fiber. Dog and cats don’t require any fiber in their diets. But it can help with …
Cummings School’s clinics treat 80,000-plus patients a year, while training the veterinarians of the future.
Dr. Deborah Linder was quoted in an article on pet obesity appearing in The New York Times on August 2, 2018. The piece includes her comments on how veterinarians assess whether or not an animal is overweight and also calls attention to the challenge of pet owners equating food with love when caring for their animals.
Creating better animal models may help pregnant women—and support children exposed to opioids in utero.
Ziggy is now back home at the Mystic Aquarium in Connecticut.
Through the Professorship Partnership Challenge, generous donors help Tufts attract world-class talent.
Veterinary pharmacists bring a love of animals to a critical role at Cummings School.
Over 40 years, Cummings School has become an international leader in veterinary medicine. And all it took was buying nearly 600 acres for a dollar, palpating police horses, and performing the occasional surgery by penlight.
A veterinary surgeon tests an experimental imaging technology with help from Tufts at Tech.
Our pets get sick in the same way we do. Finding cures for them is proving useful for us, too.