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Krissy - 10-year-old Belgian Mare

Krissy - 10-year-old Belgian Mare

December 21, 2012

Krissy came to Cornell after developing severe shipping fever pneumonia while traveling to compete at the Calgary Stampede. read more

Reggie - 22-year-old Thoroughbred Gelding

Reggie - 22-year-old Thoroughbred Gelding

December 21, 2012

Reggie (right) came to Cornell following two episodes of liver disease and colic. read more

Maxillofacial Reconstruction for "Bella" Dasson

Maxillofacial Reconstruction for "Bella" Dasson

December 19, 2012

Bella is a dog that was involved in a serious car accident when she was 11 months old. read more

Dr. Sparks

Dr. Sparks

November 6, 2012

The story begins in 2009, when a team of Cornell clinicians revitalized a young thoroughbred mare named Dr. Sparks, becoming one of the first academic veterinary teams to perform the... read more

Cadence

Cadence

November 2, 2012

Cadence, an active Boxer, arrived at the Cornell University Hospital for Animals five years ago after being surrendered to a local shelter with a broken leg and several broken ribs. read more

Joint Pain Help for "Blue"

Joint Pain Help for "Blue"

November 2, 2012

Blue, a seven-year-old male Labrador Retriever arrived at the Cornell University Hospital for Animals with arthritis in multiple joints. Blue could barely walk and, although a normally stout happy... read more

Bruzer

Bruzer

November 1, 2012

Bruzer is a playful, three-year-old Boxer-Mastiff mix. His owners first noticed he was sick in the summer of 2011 when he stopped eating. Bruzer's primary care veterinarian treated him for... read more

When nature needs a little help...

When nature needs a little help...

May 17, 2012

For nearly six years, Buddy was an active, healthy ferret. But when the ultimate power outage occurred – the natural electrical system in his heart stopped functioning properly – his heart rate... read more

Cooper's caper

Cooper's caper

May 17, 2012

When a Good Samaritan brought a cat hit by a car to the Cornell University Hospital for Animals, no one knew the cat was one of our own. read more

Accidentally poisoned and burned puppy recovers with skin flap surgery and honey

Accidentally poisoned and burned puppy recovers with skin flap surgery and honey

March 8, 2012

Melanie Miller and her Jack Russell terrier, Branson, were traveling the day after Thanksgiving when Miller noticed something was wrong. Usually jovial, the seven-month-old puppy seemed to fade, his... read more