In a move to address critical workforce shortages, the number of vet graduates in Ontario will increase by 20% per year.
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New U of G research indicates that humans are attuned to what a horse is 'saying' through the pitch and tone of its vocalizations.
Thanks to Esther the Wonder Pig, and the two men who rescued her, the Ontario Veterinary College will receive a life-saving large animal CT scanner.
Dr. Katrina Merkies ,at the University of Guelph, are conducting a research study "Human Distinction Between Positive and Negative Horse Vocalizations”
Students interested in pursuing equine studies now have an Associate Diploma in Equine Care and Management to consider at the University of Guelph..