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UCVMC-SD In The News

SVM News & Events - March 20, 2021
UC Davis Veterinarians Warn of Lethal Toxicity of Lilies

Pulse - February 2021
Hemodialysis Available for Southern California Patients

KFMB-TV, CBS San Diego - July 3, 2019
Grain Free Dog Food Linked to Heart Condition

KGTV-TV, ABC San Diego - May 30, 2019
Puppy Recovering After Intricate Heart Surgery, Nearly Ready for Adoption

KGTV-TV, ABC San Diego - April 9, 2019
Helen Woodward Puppy to Receive Complex Surgery to Repair Heart Murmur

Pulse - May 2018
UC Davis Hosts Successful Renal Week

San Diego Union-Tribune - November 9, 2017
Feeling Off His Prime, Gorilla Gets Checkup at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park

Pulse - June 2017
UC Davis Expands Cardiology Services in San Diego

Advance - Spring 2017
Connecting Animal Healthcare and Pharmacy Education

KGTV-TV, ABC San Diego - April 28, 2017
Boy Witnesses Rattlesnake Attack His Dog

SVM News & Events - August 4, 2016
UC Davis’ Multiple Locations Assist Dog on Dialysis

Patch - June 17, 2016
Gao Gao the Giant Male Panda Has Incurable Heart Disease

Reuters - June 2, 2016
Tasmanian Devil Returns to San Diego Zoo After Pacemaker Surgery

JAVMA News - March 2, 2016
Renal Guidelines a Fluid Resource: New Biomarker Under Consideration to Guide Early Kidney Disease Recognition

Pulse - February 2016
UC Davis Hemodialysis Units Help Pets in Kidney Failure Maintain Quality Lives

Heartbeat - January/February 2016
San Diego Hosts Kidney Week Reception

Pulse - October 2015
UC Davis Offers Cardiology Support to Veterinarians

Pulse – August 2014
UC Davis Leading the Way in Renal Medicine Training and Services

KPBS News – February 13, 2014
Cross-Species Healthcare? New Vet Clinic May Also Help Human Health

KFMB-TV, CBS San Diego
Little Dog is All Heart, and Now It Beats Properly

KGTV-TV, ABC San Diego
Pet Owners Making Painful Choices Due To Drug Shortages