Pet Eye Health | College of Veterinary Medicine at MSU - MSU-CVM
Former Michigan State quarterback Connor Cook pets "Zeke the Wonder Dog" after MSU beat Central Michigan in the 2015 season.
Tamara has been a part of our team since 2010, working in our reception and kennel areas. She is currently enrolled at LCC and is applying to MSU veterinary school this year. She loves working at Haslett Animal Hospital, playing with the animals and learning new things. Her own pets include Duke, an English Bulldog; Dakota, Zahara, Kira, Sora, and Snap, mixed breed cats; and Sunny, a Sun Conure (bird).
The MSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital now offers Veterinary Hospice Care in an effort to provide the "missing link" between terminal diagnosis and euthanasia. Veterinary Hospice Care provides in-home, veterinary-supported palliative care to pets so they can maintain a good quality of life and live comfortably until natural death or euthanasia occurs.
Pocket Pets | College of Veterinary Medicine at MSU - MSU-CVM
Pocket pets are welcome at the MSU Veterinary Medical Center
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• Resident and/or Clinical Instructor Veterinarians who have received their veterinary medical degree, have significant experience or training after graduation and have then elected to pursue advanced training in the specialty of Small Animal Internal Medicine. • Intern Veterinarians who have received their veterinary medical degree and are now pursuing the first step towards receiving advanced training.
• Veterinary Medical Students Senior (final year) students who will be involved in your pet’s care as part of their preparation to become veterinarians but will only work under the supervision of the attending veterinarian.When your pet is admitted to the Small Animal Internal Medicine Service at the MSU-CVM Animal Health Center (AHC), you and your pet are under the care of our hospital care team, including board-certified veterinary internists, graduate veterinarians, certified veterinary technicians and other health care professionals who are trained to provide your pet with the highest quality of care.
Your animal will stay with you unless diagnostic testing or procedures are required. At any time, there is a whole team of clinicians and students who are working with your pet. Is your pet comforted especially by a scratch behind the ear? Do loud noises scare him? Let our team know your pet’s preferences and quirks. One of the great benefits of a teaching hospital like ours is that your pet will have extra attention, both clinically and personally. Because there are so many professionals involved with your pet’s care, we have the resources available to take your calls and answer your questions during his or her stay with us.
During a visit here, your pet will be treated by a team of doctors including attending veterinarians, residents, and interns. Veterinary medical students will also assist the team.
Based on their training and function within the hospital care team, these veterinarians will typically be referred to as:Update Dec. 30, 2013: Due to renewed attention to this article, the MSU Diagnostic Center for Population and Animal Health wishes to remind readers that this incident and subsequent recall took place more than three years ago. DCPAH is not aware of any ongoing or current illnesses related to Blue Buffalo food. Current recalls and safety alerts for pet foods can be found through the .