The Dog Aging Project team outlines how the open-source data it is gathering could be useful for myriad studies.
The addition of 18 students to the inaugural 2+2 DVM program at the Veterinary Education, Research, and Outreach facility in Canyon brings the Class of 2025 to 180 students.
Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences researchers hope new methods will increase the number of young macaws.
The Veterinary Emergency Team provided care for more than 700 animals at its Raymondville clinic.
Crimson and Casper have a new home at the Winnie Carter Wildlife Center, where they will receive care the rest of their lives.
Texas A&M veterinarians used a combination of human and animal surgical techniques to save Peggy from an internal obstruction.
The new $22 million facility on the campus of West Texas A&M University will enhance animal care, teaching and research.
The trailer, a donation from the Banfield Foundation, is the team’s first vehicle designed for the evacuation of animals from areas heavily impacted by disaster.
Texas A&M animal science major Stephanie Young is the CEO of SKYPaws.
The Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences is still seeking dogs for its 10-year aging study, believed to be the largest ever of its kind.