UC Davis Treats Kangaroo from Sacramento Zoo

March 03, 2021
Brodie, an approximately 10-year-old female kangaroo from the Sacramento Zoo, was brought to the UC Davis veterinary hospital this week for further evaluation of a suspected mass near her heart.

Alumnus Wins Dr. Murray Fowler Lifetime Achievement Award

February 25, 2021
UC Davis alumnus Dr. Don Janssen (DVM ‘78) was recently awarded the Dr. Murray Fowler Lifetime Achievement Award from the American College of Zoological Medicine (ACZM). The award is given for exceptional commitment and contributions to the ACZM while making significant lifetime contributions that have advanced the discipline of zoological medicine.

Veterinary Business Skills Course

February 10, 2021
Learn the business of a successful veterinary practice this summer in The Foundations of Veterinary Business Program.

UC Davis LIVE on COVID-19 Vaccines

January 11, 2021
Last month saw the first shots of COVID-19 vaccines being given to health care workers at UC Davis and elsewhere. What’s in these vaccines? How do they work, how effective are they, and is this really the beginning of the end of the pandemic? Join us this Thursday, Jan 14th, to hear live from two UC Davis experts in vaccines and vaccination. 

UC Davis Retains Standing as Best Value Among Veterinary Schools

January 06, 2021
​​​​​​​UC Davis continues to offer the best value among veterinary schools, based on its number one rankings and updated financial information from the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA).

Dean Lairmore's COVID-19 Update - Jan 5, 2021

January 05, 2021
We are gratified that the nation’s human health workers have begun to be vaccinated, and I want to update you on what we know regarding vaccination of veterinary health workers.

Dr. Wilson Rumbeiha Named Carnegie Fellow

January 05, 2021
Dr. Wilson K Rumbeiha from the Department of Molecular Biosciences in the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine was awarded a fellowship by the Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program.

UC Davis Veterinary Students Expand Care for Pets of Homeless

December 16, 2020
Crissy Phillips has been a pet owner for many years and grew up with horses and other animals. Nothing has stopped her from providing the best possible care for her animals – not homelessness, not her battle with clinical depression, and not her daily struggles to provide for them. Her dedication shines through—easily apparent as she unveils a thick file of her two cats’ medical records—and just became a bit easier with the opening of a new clinic for pets of the homeless in Davis.