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Congratulations to our most recent Masters of Public Health (MPH) graduates for their hard work and dedication! Sixty-one students have now graduated with the MPH degree specializing in Veterinary Public Health (VPH).
Dr. Linda Lord was interviewed for an article about a proposed microchip law for pets claimed or adopted from shelters in California. Dr. Lord was involved in a study that looked at 53 shelters in 23 states between August 2007 and March 2008.
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 Wendy Kuceyeski, a senior veterinary student, was the first student to intern with Superior North Mobile Veterinary Services in Ontario, Canada. “My family has had a cottage in northern Ontario for the past 25 years,” Wendy said.
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Dr. Catherine Kohn will be featured on "Ask the Vet" sponsored by theHorse.com. "Ask the Vet" is a series of online articles and live chats designed to allow horse owners to get sound advice on a number of equine topics. Dr.
Follow the links below to watch the video clips: Dr. Leisa Stone Dr. Gil Cloyd ********
Dr. Jeff Lakritz, professor of Veterinary Clincal Sciences at the College of Veterinary Medicine, was recently interviewed by 10TV News for a story concerning milk safety. Milk is routinely tested for the presence of antibiotics before it is distributed to stores.
Dr. Tony Buffington was recently interviewed by the Los Angeles Times for an article regarding the increasing trend of organic pet food.  More and more pet food stores are carrying organic, minimally processed, or raw pet foods.

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