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a middle aged woman remembering and mourning for a deceased pet dog. She is holding a plaster cast of his paw print.
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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.

Eric.Richman@tufts.edu
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

Source: https://now.tufts.edu/articles/new-tool-equine-health#new_tab

In Cummings School’s Paddock to Practice course, horses teach students what they can’t learn in the classroom

Source: https://news.vet.tufts.edu/2022/01/equine-assisted-learning-course-sets-students-up-for-success/

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.

Source: https://news.vet.tufts.edu/2021/09/the-gold-standard/

Cummings School faculty and students do the work to scientifically validate remedy for horses suffering from tendon and ligament damage

Source: https://now.tufts.edu/articles/veterinary-students-research-helps-horses-recovering-injuries

When a Baird’s tapir at Franklin Park Zoo gave birth to twins, Cummings Veterinary Medical Center stepped up to provide emergency neonatal care

Source: https://now.tufts.edu/articles/tale-two-tapirs

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.

Source: https://news.vet.tufts.edu/2021/03/fixing-the-plight-of-a-pony/

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.

Source: https://news.vet.tufts.edu/2021/02/healing-a-fractured-tibia/

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

Source: https://equusmagazine.com/horse-care/senior-horse-care-takes-toll#new_tab

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

Source: https://news.vet.tufts.edu/2020/12/seeing-further/