Summer has come to an end and it’s time to jump back into learning! For September’s roundup, we’re sharing our favorite back to school posts.
We all feel like this when we first go back to school!
Texas A&M’s veterinary college offers an equine therapy program.
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Although courses are not in session this summer, Penn Vet’s Summer VETS Program (Veterinary Exploration Through Science) has welcomed 11 high school students to campus this week to gain an inside look into what life in veterinary school entails! Today’s agenda? A tour through the school and Ryan Hospital, followed by hands-on work with some of our lab animals and finally a lecture in the anatomy lab! Can you guess what species these skulls are from? ❤️💙 #pennvet #summervets #anatomy #skulls
University of Pennsylvania’s veterinarian students got a head start on learning this summer!
These future vets are learning equine anatomy at LSU.
This young rider is learning to combat her horse’s bad habits!
Seabright, a jumper colt born at the Cornell Equine Park known for his charisma. The park is a key part of the student experience here, providing students with the opportunity to learn from amazing animals like Seabright – seen here surveying the scene during this month's German Oldenburg Horse Breeders Society Inspection. ⠀ #cornellvet #cornell #equine #vetmed #futurevet #vetschool
Cornell veterinarian students get to watch Seabright grow up in the university’s Equine Park.
Looks like the makings of a world class farrier!
These lucky UC Davis vet students spent the day with the Budweiser Clydesdales!
Auburn University’s students have the chance to learn acupuncture to treat their patients.
WSU’s veterinary students learn how to safely treat equine patients
These riding students are practicing their jumps!