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call (979) 845-3541
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Stevenson Center is there to care for your beloved pet
after you have passed on. Your planned gift will assure excellent
care for the life of your pet.
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The Capper and Chris Fund was
established in 1997 to bridge the gap between a pet owner's ability
to pay for lifesaving medical treatment and the costs of the
In order to offer much needed space for improved critical care
and emergency facilities, a portion of the Small Animal Hospital
must undergo extensive remodeling. This will triple the size of
Intensive and Intermediate Care facilities.
This fund will include support for expanded and improved
anesthesia induction facilities and a new endoscopy room. The small
animal me... (Read More)
By helping offset the cost of travel
abroad, the International Programs initiative at the CVM gives
students the opportunity to study transboundary livestock diseases
first-hand and to learn how to interact successfully with people in
different cultures.» Download this page as a
“The scrawny, white cattle were huddled
by the hundreds into a 'cow ... (Read More)
Help honor Former Dean George C. Shelton and receive a copy of
his latest book Visions of Two Pioneer Veterinarians.
A minimum contribution of $60 is appreciated. Make checks
payable to the Texas A&M Foundation and in the memo section,
please write "Shelton Scholarship Fund."
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Mark Francis Fellow
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Students with a large animal focus are widely sought after for
rural practices around the state. The training and preparations
they receive prepare them to meet a great demand in rural
communities wherever they choose to practice.
Dr. Donald Bruce Lawhorn Fellowship in Swine Medicine -
Distributions from this endowment will support a faculty member
that is a graduate veterinarian in a full time or part time
clinical or tenure-track position.
The cost of such advancements are extremely great, especially
when special housing would have to be built and service contracts
on such sophisticated medical devices are extremely high.
The faculty of the Large Animal Hospital have observed that
veterinary teaching hospitals are moving to digital and computed
forms of imaging, rather than traditional X-ray film imagin... (Read More)
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