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At Texas A&M 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, Fourth-Year Veterinary Student


Texas A&M Faculty Member Receives Career Achievement Award Honoring Work In Veterinary Advancements For Dogs

Dr. Jan Suchodolski, a professor at the Texas A&M School of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (VMBS), is the 2024...

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UTMB, Texas A&M Awarded $7.5M Grant To Establish Translational Center For Women’s Health Research

The University of Texas Medical Branch and Texas A&M University have received a $7.5 million grant from the National Center...

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Heseltine Combines Love For Veterinary Medicine, Drive To Help Students Succeed

The things we display in our personal spaces tell the story of who we are. A photo shares what we...

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Pet Talk

CAT-ching Up On Feline Enrichment

Cats are playful, loyal, and fiercely independent pets, which often means they require less maintenance and makes them great life-long...

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Understanding The Season Of Summer Sores In Horses

With the notorious summer heat creeping back in, horse owners may begin to worry about the sores their equine friends...

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Alternatives To Walking Your Dog In The Summer

Walking your dog daily is an excellent activity for dogs and owners, alike, because it brings mental and physical stimulation...

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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