Sara Childs-Sanford, chief of service at Cornell University's Janet L. Swanson Wildlife Health Center, explains what you should do – and not do – if you find a baby animal in your yard or neighborhood.
Steven Osofsky, the Jay Hyman Professor of Wildlife Health and Health Policy at the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, comments on U.S. Department of the Interior's new interpretation of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act.
Steven Osofsky, the Jay Hyman Professor of Wildlife Health and Health Policy at the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine comments on the death of the last remaining male northern white rhino.
In honor of National Dental Health Month, Bethany Wright, licensed veterinary technician with Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine’s dentistry and oral surgery, provides some suggestions to set you and your pets up for a bright smile.
As another season of cold temperatures and snow approaches, veterinarian Lauri-Jo Gamble offers advice on how to keep your dog cozy in the cooler temperatures as well as ways to keep your active dog in shape throughout the winter months.
As we move into the holiday season Leni Kaplan, a companion animal veterinarian at the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, provides preparation tips and advice to help keep your furry friends safe and healthy.
In honor of International One Health Day which is today, two Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine experts explain why there needs to be greater global effort to halt climate change, reduce toxins, and stop the irrevocable loss of the biodiversity.