Animals in Art Exhibition

LSU Vet Med will hold its annual International Exhibition on Animals in Art later this spring. Entries are due no later than February 29, and the show opens on May 11 with a reception. 

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As one of only 33 veterinary schools in the U.S., the mission of LSU Vet Med is to improve and protect the lives of animals and people through superior education, transformational research, and compassionate care.

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We care for an array of species and see approximately 20,000 cases each year. We offer specialty services as well as primary care. Our comprehensive care allows us to treat a variety of illness and injuries. We are open 24/7, 365 to provide care for your animal.

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LSU Vet Med issues Call for Entries for its International Exhibition on Animals in Art

The LSU School of Veterinary Medicine is asking artists from around the world to enter its 30th Annual International Exhibition on Animals in Art, which will run from May 11 through June 2, 2024. The exhibition is free and open to the public. Entries open through February 29.

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LSU Veterinary Professor retires after more than 35 years at LSU

Joseph Taboada, DVM, DACVIM, has retired after more than 35 years on the faculty of the LSU School of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Taboada joined the faculty as an assistant professor of small animal internal medicine in July 1988. 

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