Please join our Live Support Group Via Zoom!
Tuesday, July 19th, 2022 from 5:00-6:00 PM EST
Tufts recognizes that these are difficult and challenging times for the bereaved. While we may have experienced a number of losses during this time, things are not hopeless and we are resilient. Grief is a normal reaction to loss and one of the best ways to cope with grief is through connection. Come and experience mutual support from others to help cope with a range of emotions. All clients of Cummings Veterinary Medical Center are welcome, first-timers as well as those that have been away from our group for several months.
Preregistration is required by emailing Eric.Richman@Tufts.edu, our social worker. Once registered, you will receive the meeting link and password to join. You can sign up for a free Zoom account at any time by going to Zoom.US.
Office phone: 508-887-4371
Melissa Mazan, V93, needed a way to test lung function in horses that couldn’t come to Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine. So she invented one with the help of three School of Engineering alumni
In Cummings School’s Paddock to Practice course, horses teach students what they can’t learn in the classroom
It was a dream come true for Wade Tenney, DVM, when he acted as a veterinary collaborator for the equestrian events at the Tokyo Olympic Games.
Cummings School faculty and students do the work to scientifically validate remedy for horses suffering from tendon and ligament damage
When a Baird’s tapir at Franklin Park Zoo gave birth to twins, Cummings Veterinary Medical Center stepped up to provide emergency neonatal care
When Pippa dislocated her hock in a training accident, the injury looked gruesome, but a veterinarian expert in healing fractures was optimistic she could recover.
When a 3-week-old filly was diagnosed with a broken leg, her owners feared the worst. But new technology and veterinary expertise brought them hope.
EQUUS Magazine features a Cummings School study that found caring for a geriatric horse with a chronic health condition can take a toll on caregivers
As a veterinary technician working in nuclear medicine and CT, Josh Peters has the unique capability to help reveal health issues in animals of all sizes