Fall 2017

When Anti-Vaxxers Go to the Vet

To counteract misinformation about vaccines, veterinarians share the latest dos and don’ts for your pets.

The antivaccination movement threatening human health may be moving into veterinary medicine, with some >>

The Grief Counselor Is In

Three questions for Eric Richman, Cummings School's first veterinary social worker.

After a 25-year career as a clinical social worker in Boston area teaching hospitals, >>

Preventing Prescription Drug Abuse

Follow these guidelines for safe handling of pet prescriptions.

Illustration: Martin León Barreto

Pet medications, just like human ones, carry potential risks for >>

And the Survey Says…

A biodiversity assessment reveals the many kinds of fauna living on the Grafton campus.

A Tufts team recently undertook an ambitious project: a biodiversity assessment of all 594 >>

How Much is That Doggy in the PJs?

Meet Peanut, the corgi star of a virtual-reality game created by two Tufts engineering alums.

Standing in a lush yard under a sunny blue sky, you look down, and >>

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Sleep Tight

What you’ll want to know about anesthesia, whether your pet’s procedure is risky or routine

From Classroom to Clinic

We asked five students from Cummings School’s Class of 2017 to tell us about the excitement, anxiety and pride of beginning their clinical rotations

The Hurt Unlocker

Your pet can’t tell you he’s in pain, but the way he behaves can say plenty about how he’s feeling

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The Grief Counselor Is In

Three questions for Eric Richman, Cummings School's first veterinary social worker.

How Dogs Think

A scientist explores how genetics and experience shape the canine mind.

The Campus Buzz

A new selective in honeybee medicine is preparing veterinarians to work with beekeepers.