If you missed the event see if you can test your knowledge:
1. In a May 2015 article, the AAVMC reported that between 2005 and 2015, the percent of historically underrepresented students accepted had doubled, but still demonstrates a need for increased programs for diversity. What percent do minorities make up of the of vet-students enrolled in 2015?
2. This hall in campus was originally part of the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine. Some of the classrooms in this hall still contain remnants of the vet school, such as a classroom that contains a rounded track system for hauling slaughtered animals around the room.
3. What is the general rabies vaccine protocol for a puppy?
4. The last of my breed went extinct in 1936. I was a carnivorous marsupial native to Australia. I have 15-20 black and white stripes down my back and I closely resembled a fox or wolf.
5. This tool is used to relieve bloat in cows in more extreme cases and is punched into the side of the rumen to relieve gas buildup.
6. You lastly have another horse case that had presented colic symptoms. This then progressed to signs of erratic behavior like biting or snapping, or biting at the stall. The horse now often show signs of irritability as well as excess salivation when moving around. What do you think this horse possibly has, AND is there a treatment?
2. Haring Hall
3. Rabies given once only when 12 weeks or older. Given again a year later, followed by boosters every 3 years.
4. Tasmanian tiger
5. Trocar and cannula
6. It has rabies. However, because it is symptomatic, there is no cure. It needs to be euthanized.
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