Iowa State University Veterinarian: Volume 39, Issue 3
Development of effective immunity (active or passive) to a disease by artificial means depends on scientific knowledge of the causative agent, pathogenesis of the disease, and natural immune response to the disease.
The practice of veterinary medicine is basically the ability to satisfy the needs of our clients. Without a doubt we must provide the highest quality of medical care and service but How we go about providing those services is just as important. Most of our clients request our services under troubled conditions. They really don't want to use our services but may lose a pet or have a financial loss if they don't. Most people use their veterinarian with about the same amount of enthusiasm as we have for our dentist. We are grateful for the service but don't really enjoy the experience.
This article contains news pertaining to the alumni of the College of Veterinary Medicine.
All residency programs have a common end goal; that of a competently trained specialist. The general public is demanding a much more sophisticated level of veterinary practice than ever before. As the need for more highly skilled general practitioners has increased. so has the need for specialty trained practitioners.
This article contains news pertaining to the students and faculty of the College of Veterinary Medicine.