Donkey shown in a field eating grass standing on his artificial leg.

A Leg to Stand On

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Previously plagued by a leg deformity, Ferguson is now standing strong with an artificial limb – the first large animal to receive an amputation and prosthesis at UW Veterinary Care   The crowded surgery room …


UW Veterinary Care Staff Focus: Sandra Eklof

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SANDRA EKLOF Certified Veterinary Technician, Veterinary Technician Specialist (Anesthesia) Years at UW Veterinary Care: 6 Explain your role at UW Veterinary Care (UWVC). I work in the Anesthesia and Pain Management department, so I anesthetize …


UW Veterinary Care Staff Focus: Sara Branton

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SARA BRANTON CERTIFIED VETERINARY TECHNICIAN, ANESTHESIA AND PAIN MANAGEMENT In three words, how would you describe the UW Veterinary Care team? Fun, dedicated, and compassionate What initially brought you to UW Veterinary Care? In private practice, …


Ask a UW Veterinarian: Talking Tick Prevention

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Talking Tick Prevention The question below was featured in the Summer 2018 issue of On Call, the magazine for friends of the UW School of Veterinary Medicine. This expert response comes from Juliet Caviness DVM’17, primary care …

Pet Care: Cancer Research

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Drs. Sandi Sawchuk and David Vail join host Larry Meiller discuss new cancer treatments and a new clinical trial at the UW School of Veterinary Medicine that is designed to treat and/or prevent cancer in dogs.

2018 New Residents and Interns Join UWVC, SVM

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Each year, the UW School of Veterinary Medicine and UW Veterinary Care welcome a new group of interns and residents — graduate veterinarians who come here to learn from our exceptional specialists while providing top-notch …