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Christy Little, left, meets with Bridget Monk and her dog, Princess Paisley, at the Animal Emergency and Referral Clinic in Flowood. Monk received funds donated in memory of the Little’s dog, Gabbie, for those in need of help to pay for veterinary care. (Submitted photo)
February 17, 2016 - Filed Under: Small Animals

By Karen Templeton
MSU College of Veterinary Medicine

Flowood, Miss. -- Bridget Monk of Pearl has dealt with and overcome a great deal in her 16 years. But all difficulties were forgotten when her new puppy, Princess Paisley, was placed in her arms.

Dr. Michaela Beasley shows the Mississippi State University Veterinary Specialty Center team members how fluid accumulates around the brain in a hydrocephalus case. (Photo by MSU College of Veterinary Medicine/Tom Thompson)
January 26, 2016 - Filed Under: Small Animals

STARKVILLE, Miss. -- A new technique developed by a Mississippi State University veterinarian may improve the long-term management of obstructive hydrocephalus, or water on the brain, in small animals by reducing the rate of surgical complications.

April 14, 2003 - Filed Under: Small Animals

By Laura Whelan

MISSISSIPPI STATE -- The Easter season often inspires people to adopt bunnies into their families, but these cuddly pets require attention and a long-term commitment.

"Rabbits can make great pets. Unfortunately, people often buy them impetuously as Easter gifts, and six months later, they are past the initial cute, cuddly stage, so they are put in a cage in the backyard and neglected," said Dr. Thomas Lenarduzzi, associate clinical professor at Mississippi State University's College of Veterinary Medicine.

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