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NEW! Hip Score Breeding Value Search Application

NEW! Hip Score Breeding Value Search Application

June 17, 2014

This free service allows you to search the hip or elbow quality of a dog based on its OFA hip score and that of any relatives in the database. read more

Congratulations to Cardiology Vet Tech Sarah Miller!

Congratulations to Cardiology Vet Tech Sarah Miller!

May 23, 2014

Recipient of President Skorton's Award for Excellence read more

Faculty receives SAVMA National Teaching Excellence Award

Faculty receives SAVMA National Teaching Excellence Award

May 21, 2014

Congratulations Dr. Hornbuckle! read more

New! Sports and Rehabilitation Medicine program

New! Sports and Rehabilitation Medicine program

May 6, 2014

An interdisciplinary field that integrates several modalities to help pets in new ways read more

CUHA Honored by the Red Cross

CUHA Honored by the Red Cross

April 16, 2014

The Red Cross honored several individuals and organizations for their heroic actions during the past year at the Fourth Annual Cortland-Tompkins Real Heroes Breakfast Greek Peak Mountain Resort. read more

Demystifying dysplasias

Demystifying dysplasias

February 7, 2014

Seeking Black Russian Terriers to participate in a genetic study that will improve the health and well-being of these dogs. To participate, please call 607-253-3060 and ask to speak with Susan... read more

Cornell clinicians develop safer, faster way to diagnose horse eye problems

Cornell clinicians develop safer, faster way to diagnose horse eye problems

January 31, 2014

Our clinicians findings are the first to show how horses with microscopic foreign objects in their eyes can benefit from in vivo corneal confocal microscopy, a human medicine technique that let... read more

Cornell Cast Video: Breakthrough uncovers key to fighting deadliest cat virus FIP

Cornell Cast Video: Breakthrough uncovers key to fighting deadliest cat virus FIP

January 31, 2014

What makes a harmless virus turn lethal? read more

Study narrows origin of dogs

Study narrows origin of dogs

January 31, 2014

A rich new dataset allows the most detailed analysis yet of the genetic history of dogs and wolves. read more

Dr. Scott Palmer appointed Equine Medical Director

Dr. Scott Palmer appointed Equine Medical Director

January 13, 2014

Dr. Palmer will oversee health and safety of horses at NYS Tracks and serve as an Adjunct Professor at Cornell University’s College of Veterinary Medicine read more