Life at Vet U
With their doctorates in hand, Rebecca, Max, Lindsay, Clint, Melanie and Morgan are ready to make their marks in veterinary medicine.
The Students Graduate to Veterinarians
Max is finishing up his time at Penn Vet with an unusual patient – a zebra named Zippy, who is in need of a pedicure.
Max’s Patient Has Us Seeing Stripes
Morgan last day as a vet student is spent on the shelter medicine rotation getting a crash course in dentistry.
Clean Teeth Aren’t Just for Humans
All it takes are minutes for Lindsay to step up and perform her first horse castration.
From Zero to Castration in 15 Minutes Flat
The sun is up and balls are coming down as Lindsay prepares to castrate a horse for the first time.
It’s a Beautiful Day for a Castration
Rookie, a police dog, visits Penn Vet’s Working Dog Center for an assessment, much to Clint’s delight (and trepidation).
Taking a Bite Out of Training
Cassie is recovering well after her procedure and owner Barbara couldn’t be happier.
Cleft Palate Puppy is Thriving After Surgery
Barbara is forced to make a difficult decision when one of her dog’s puppies is born with a cleft palate.
A Devastating Delivery Hits Home for the Vets
Morgan joins NAVS, or Native American Veterinary Services, to offer veterinary care to the Zuni Indian Reservation in New Mexico.
Morgan Goes West to Give Back
Now that a horse and her foal are healthy, it’s time for them to leave New Bolton Center.
Lindsay Bids a Bittersweet Farewell to a Mama and Foal
While on his large animal reproduction rotation, Max is tasked with a terrifying request: collect semen from a stallion named Cromwell.
Horseplay Takes on a New Meaning
Rebecca puts in extra hours to help treat an adorable English Setter puppy named Rufus.
Rufus and a Tummy Full of Trouble
The vets and his mom couldn’t be happier with the results.
Tully is Happy and Healthy After Heart Surgery
The students discover where and where they will not end up for their veterinary internships.
Match Day Ends in Success and Disappointment
Clint’s bond with Tsunami, a dog trained to detect ovarian cancer, is so strong, he would consider giving up an internship to stay with her in Philly.
A Cancer-Sniffing Dog and Her Best Friend Clint
While on the oncology rotation, Rebecca learns what it means to be a poised vet when delivering bad news.
Being a Good Vet Means Staying Calm and Composed