VMS News

Can a Natural Juice Help Your Gut Health? University of Missouri Researchers Find Evidence it Can

Published 4/16/2024
Research at Mizzou is shedding light on how red cabbage juice might relieve symptoms of digestive disease.

Middleton Named Recipient of 2024 National Mastitis Council Award of Excellence

Published 2/5/2024
John Middleton, DVM, PhD, DACVIM, was recently named the recipient of the 2024 National Mastitis Council Award of Excellence. Middleton serves as chief of staff and associate vice president for Academic Affairs at the University of Missouri and is a professor in the College of Veterinary Medicine Department of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery.

Mizzou Equine Ambulatory Service Provides Next Level Teaching and Care

Published 1/24/2024
The Equine Ambulatory Service at the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine has served the greater Columbia area for more than 20 years, providing the highest standard of medical and surgical care to patients, while training the next generation of veterinarians.

CVM to Provide Education in Rural Practice Ownership

Published 10/18/2023
The University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine recently secured $234,000 in funding from the United States Department of Agriculture National Institute of Food and Agriculture to develop educational resources for veterinarians and veterinary students interested in starting or acquiring a rural veterinary practice.

MU Study Supports Strong Link Between Respiratory and Digestive Diseases

Published 8/24/2023
During swallow study, 75% of dogs with respiratory disease had one or more digestive tract abnormalities.

Miniature Rescue Donkey Gets New Leg Through CVM and Hanger Clinic

Published 7/20/2023
Peaceful Pastures Donkey Rescue Lincoln, Missouri, takes in abused, neglected, malnourished, ill and elderly donkeys and provides them with medical, nutritional and emotional rehabilitation before adopting them to loving homes.

Saving Sam: Mizzou Equine Team Gives Horse-Powered Farm a Second Chance

Published 6/07/2023
Klaus and LeAnn Karbaumer are farmers from Platte City, Missouri, a small community just outside of Kansas City. Karbaumer Farm, however, is not your everyday farm. Most of the produce grown by the couple is a product of horse-power.

Early Detection Leads to Successful Surgery for Family’s Beloved Cat

Published 6/02/2023
In February 2022, Judy and Tom Williams of Overland Park, Kansas, brought Nora, their 11-year-old Maine Coon, to their local veterinarian for a routine teeth cleaning. During this visit, their veterinarian, Ellen Gloor, DVM, a graduate of the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine, discovered a cyst on the bottom of Nora’s tongue.

Friendships (Four- and Two-Legged) Forged Through Treatment at Mizzou CVM

Published 5/15/2023
During the past two years, two golden retrievers from the Kansas City area visited the Oncology Service at the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine, each diagnosed with a similar form of cancer.

Feline Genetics Help Pinpoint First-Ever Domestication of Cats, MU Study Finds

Published 12/05/2022
Cat genes reveal how invention of agriculture bonded cats with people in ancient Mesopotamia, leading to worldwide feline migration with humans.