Pets of Summer Contest!
For many, this is the last week of Summer vacation. It’s back to school, back to work and time to get out of the pool! You might be left wondering where the time went, and we here at CUVS want to know just that - what did you and your pets do with your summer?
Bo - Our 'Scopes Star!
A big congrats to Bo - one of our most spirited Courageous Companions who is currently featured in 'Scopes, a magazine published by the College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University. Click the images below to read the article.
We're so proud of Bo and so thankful for the support and genuine care of his loving family.
CUVS' Patient of the Month
July’s Patient of the Month – Cody – is a shining example of how dramatically specialty veterinary care can improve quality of life for our pets.
Cody visited CUVS for surgery to repair a broken leg, but it was cataract surgery to treat his sudden blindness that really gave him a second lease on life. Cody's mother Louise was kind enough to share his story with us.
Cornell University Veterinary Specialists at the 2013 Greenwich Kennel Club All-Breed Dog Show
On Saturday, June 8th 2013 the Greenwich Kennel Club held its 81st AKC All-Breed Dog Show Obedience & Rally Trials. Over 1,200 dogs participated. Cornell University Veterinary Specialists was in attendance as an exhibitor amongst the festivities. Here are some things we learned about this amazing event...
CUVS Proudly Presents...
Titian recently won our Pet Talent contest with his stellar acting skills and excellent personality. He has appeared in a couple of commercials where he has enjoyed the attention of his very own agent, director and producer. He even had his own bottled water on set!
Enter CUVS' Pet Talent Contest!
Every one of us thinks that our pet is the most amazing animal ever - On National Pet Week, let’s give them a chance to shine!
Heartworm Awareness and a Very Special Update
April is National Heartworm Awareness month, and our cardiologist, Dr. Gretchen Singletary, DVM, DACVIM (Cardiology), has some information for all dog and cat owners about this dangerous, but highly preventable disease:
Our 2013 "Courageous Companions"
On March 23rd, Cornell University Veterinary Specialists (CUVS) honored the lives of some of our most "courageous companions". At this very special reunion, our specialists and staff gathered to honor the remarkable bravery these animals showed, and demonstrated our appeciation for the support of their families. CUVS also offered each family the chance to sit for a professional photographer as a tribute to their beloved companions. We wanted to share these beautiful photos with all our readers, along with a few of their stories.
These pets, along with their supportive and invested families, remind us why we do what we do, and they will always hold a special place in our hearts.
CUVS' Courageous Companions Event:
Honoring some of our bravest patients and their incredible journies to health.
We love all of our patients. But, every once in a while, we meet pets whose courage touches our hearts in a profound way. When those patients beat long odds to overcome a challenging prognosis and a long road to recovery, they inspire us all.