The WCVM rehabilitation team works with Sharley after her surgery. Photo: Caitlin Taylor.

Vet Topics (Winter 2017) now online

The Winter 2017 issue of Vet Topics is now available online.

Click here to download the PDF of this issue that includes the following stories:

    • Pouncing on a protein: WCVM researchers are conducting research that may someday lead to a better treatment for inflammatory liver disease (ILD), a chronic condition in many cats.

    • CAHF research fellows: A brief update on the fund's research fellowship program.

    • Make the gift of a lifetime: A charitable estate gift to the Western College of Veterinary Medicine's Companion Animal Health Fund is one option that may work for you.

    • Pet projects: A listing of the WCVM research projects that have received support from the CAHF.

    • Inside look at palliative radiation therapy: WCVM researchers surveyed veterinary oncology clinics across Canada and the U.S. to evaluate changes in pets' quality of life during palliative radiation therapy.

    • Puppy makes remarkable recovery: After a horrific accident, Sharley's odds of recovery were only 70 per cent — but her owners decided to try surgery that saved their puppy's life.

    • CAHF pet notecards: Check out the fund's beautiful new notecards that are available for only $20!

Want to receive the print version of Vet Topics? Send your name and mailing address to pet.health@usask.ca, and we'll add your name to the list!
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