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At the Texas A&M School of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (VMBS), we support collaboration and teamwork that turns today's discoveries into proactive solutions for animals, humans, and the environment.

"Possibilities exist when unique circumstances meet a dedicated team of highly trained veterinarians and technicians who are willing to look beyond the status quo."

– Dr. Jennifer Schleining, Department Head, Large Animal Clinical Sciences


"I can't say enough good things about the faculty and my classmates in the 2+2 DVM Program at VERO. We're just one big family."

– Alexa Mendoza, Third-Year Veterinary Student


Texas A&M Researchers Show Endangered Parrot Species Is Thriving In Urban Areas

A Texas A&M-led research team has discovered that a population of endangered red-crowned parrots is thriving in urban areas of...

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Texas A&M Veterinarians Developing Frailty Instrument To Improve Canine Geriatric Care

In human medicine, the ability to measure frailty is a vital aspect of geriatric care. Doctors may recommend one treatment...

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Texas A&M Veterinary Graduates Lead The Nation In Licensing Exam Pass Rates

Texas A&M University’s Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) students have continued the multi-year Aggie tradition of passing the North American...

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Pet Talk

Improving Animal Welfare Through Spays And Neuters

As dedicated pet owners, we do everything possible to keep our pets happy and healthy, whether it is finding the...

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Identifying Lumps And Bumps With Diagnostic Testing

Lumps and bumps are a normal part of life, but what do we do when we notice a new lump...

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A Guide To Litter Box Etiquette

The first stop after getting a new cat is usually the pet store for food, toys, and furniture, with a...

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Dr. Kate Creevy with dogs, Poet and Sophie

"Animals bring so much to our lives. Our entire team is dedicated to extending quality of life into advanced age for dogs and their humans."

– Dr. Kate Creevy, Chief Veterinary Officer, Dog Aging Project & Professor, Small Animal Clinical Sciences