Veterinarians Create Prosthetic Leg For Injured Parrot By Using 3-D PrinterA 34-year-old Amazon parrot named Pete was attacked by a fox in the backyard of his Lehigh Valley home and lost a leg.
Young Goat Pushed Away By Mother Because She Wasn't The Same Gets New View On LifeToodles the goat would walk into things when she was born.
Penn Vet Researching New Studies To Stop ZikaResearchers at Penn Vet are working on three new studies to potentially treat and even prevent viruses in animals and humans.
German Shepherd To Graduate From Scent Detector School And Work DNCTwo local dogs are getting ready for an important event -- their graduation day.
Cleft Palate Dogs: Animals Worth SavingCleft palate dogs throughout the US have traveled to Philadelphia to have their clefts repaired by the team at Penn Vet and some of them will be back for the big party on Tuesday, June 28.
Penn Vet Launches Revolutionary Robotics-Controlled Equine Imaging SystemIt's the first of its kind -- a robotics controlled imaging system that can be used on standing or moving horses. It's being developed at Penn Vet's New Bolton Center in Chester County.
3D Technology Saves Young Pup's Life At Penn VetClubber, a 7-year-old pitbull mix had a growing mass on the right side of his skull pressing up against his brain.
Rare Surgery Improves Phila. Zoo Resident's Vision, Quality Of LifeA bird's vision and quality of life is restored thanks to a partnership between the Philadelphia Zoo and Penn Vet.
New Animal Planet Series Following Penn Vet Students Starts Filming SoonThe docu-series following fourth year students at University Of Pennsylvania's Veterinary School will begin filming later this month.
Police: Injured K-9 Officer Appears On "Road To Recovery" At Penn VetReading police say K-9 officer Cody fell 15 to 20 feet off a catwalk while helping his handler search for possible intruders at Southwest Middle School on Friday night.
Excessive Heat Poses Serious Danger To PetsWith the hot and humid temperatures gripping the Philadelphia region, it feels like the dog days of summer. Many people are trying to keep cool in air conditioned homes and swimming pools -- but what about the pups?
At Penn Vet This Month, Free Eye Exams For Service Dogs"We want to check the puppies before a huge effort is spent in training," explains Dr. Gus Aguirre.