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Casey's Abdominal Surgery at CUVS

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Casey is a mixed-breed spayed female dog owned by Suzanne, who is the Senior Client Service Representative at Bull's Head Pet Hospital. Casey was referred to CUVS from Bull’s Head after Dr. Nolan Zeide diagnosed her with a large abdominal mass, hemo-abdomen and a fever. Casey was admitted to CUVS for observation, supportive care and a further work up under the care of Dr. Rousseau, DVM, DACVIM, DACVECC.

CUVS Featured on Channel 12 CT's Pet Talk TV Show

Dr. Susan Hackner (CMO) and Dr. Mandi Kleman (Cardiology) are interviewed by Lauren Collier on Channel 12 CT's "Pet Talk" TV show about the opening of Cornell University Veterinary Specialists.

Cornell University Veterinary Specialists profiled in the Stamford Advocate

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Check out this great article in the Stamford Advocate which covers CUVS, the services we offer, our high-tech equipment and skilled staff!

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Lipton: First Emergency and First Surgery at CUVS

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Lipton in the ICU of CUVS

Lipton was Cornell University Veterinary Specialists' first emergency case on January 14th, 2011. She was referred to us by a local veteranarian because she was lethargic and had collapsed on more than one occasion.

Cornell University Veterinary Specialists is open for business


We are proud to announce that Cornell University Veterinary Specialists is now open and currently treating patients at a brand-new facility in Stamford, CT.  CUVS opened its doors on January 14th! A crowded ribbon-cutting event was held during the final open house on January 12th, 2011. The ceremony was attended by the mayor of Stamford, Michael Packs, several K9 police officers, the media, animal lovers, and the friends and families of hospital staff.

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