Lauren Grabelle’s beloved dog, Sugar, had lifeless hind limbs and the medication wasn’t making much difference. Rather than give up, Grabelle and Sugar made a trip to Pullman instead.
New research at WSU College of Veterinary Medicine brings greater insight to the effects of drug use on brain maturation, addiction treatment.
PULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State University is temporarily suspending the Palouse Area Therapeutic Horsemanship program program for 2018.
PULLMAN, Wash. – After noticing an odd lump on his dog’s head in the spring of 2013, Joel Greenhalgh of British Columbia, Canada took Mr. Bear, a then 11-year-old Australian Shepherd-Rottweiler mix, to his local veterinarian.
Vet Med Professor Cariann Turbeville serves as guest panelist on Southern California Public Radio.
You’ll find everything from Wagyu and Angus ground beef to pepperoni sticks and spice rubs at the WSU Meats Lab on Thursday.
People love their pets, but for senior citizens, a companion animal can also be powerful medicine.
By John Sutherland, University Communications
PULLMAN, Wash. – M. Kariuki Njenga, a Washington State University professor in the Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health and a leader in the effort to address emerging zoonotic diseases, has been elected a member of the National Academy of Medicine.
Guy Palmer, who served as founding director of the Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health, was honored Sept. 28 with the Washington State University Alumni Achievement Award. The award recognizes and honors alumni who have given significant service to WSU and outstanding contributions to community and profession.
By Nella Letizia, WSU Libraries
PULLMAN, Wash. – For 10 years, photographer Lauren Grabelle and her Weimaraner, Sugar, were always on the move. In New Jersey, Grabelle entered Sugar in lure coursing, agility and flyball, sports geared toward burning off Sugar’s seemingly boundless energy.