For Veterinarians
Resources and Information
Clinical studies, continuing education, post a DVM job, honor your client’s pet with a donation in their name

For Veterinarians

We are proud to work with our veterinary colleagues. 

Find out about current clinical studies, see our continuing education opportunities, post a DVM job for our graduates, learn how to become a preceptor, or honor your client’s pet with a donation in their name.

If you would like to refer a patient or consult with a WSU veterinarian, visit our hospital website.

Do you have a job or externship opportunity to share with our DVM students?

Interested in training tomorrow’s veterinarians?

Honor your client’s pet with a donation in their name.

MDR1 genetic testing

Certain breeds of dogs and cats have a genetic predisposition that causes adverse reactions to commonly used medications. Collies, Australian shepherds, and long-haired whippets are some of the commonly affected breeds. 

WSU offers a test to determine if a dog or cat has the MDR1 gene mutation.

Veterinary Assessment Laparoscopic Skills

A laparoscopic skills training and assessment program available for veterinary surgeons

Washington Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory

Bacteriology, histopathology, serology, mycology, necropsy, toxicology, parasitology, molecular diagnostics and virology testing


Clinical studies

Like in human medicine, clinical trials help veterinarians investigate methods to prevent disease and discover new ways to improve disease detection, diagnosis, and treatment. Participation is completely voluntary.  Learn more about our current trials to decide if participating is right for your client’s pet.



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