Clinical trials help our veterinarians discover new ways to diagnose, prevent, and treat conditions that affect your pet. This pioneering research benefits the health and quality of life of pets now and in the future.
Written by staff oncologist and internist, Dr. Ann Hohenhaus, the Animal Medical Center’s weekly blog is an engaging and educational resource for pet owners looking for pet health tips and information.
The advancement of veterinary knowledge is central to the Animal Medical Center’s mission, and our staff regularly undertake pioneering research to make sure we’re able to provide the best possible outcomes for our patients.
For more than 50 years, the Animal Medical Center has conducted clinical trials to contribute new scientific knowledge and improve the medical and surgical care for animals.
Public education is one of AMC’s founding principles and an enduring mission. Use this calendar to spread awareness of common pet health topics among your veterinary clients, colleagues, family, and friends.
This children’s resource explores the field of veterinary behavior and includes information on common cat and dog body language as well as a scientific activity for tracking animal behavior called an ethogram!
This children’s resource explores the field of veterinary nutrition and includes information on the importance of macronutrients and micronutrients in food, as well as ideas for tasty treats for your pet!
Veterinary pathologists are trained to diagnose diseases by examining tissues, bodily fluids, and analyzing lab results. This children’s resource explores the field of veterinary pathology and includes information about different types of diagnostic tests as well as ideas for recreating a scientific lab in your own home!