Blood donor menagerie aids animals at veterinary teaching hospital

01/30/2013 | University of Wisconsin (Madison)

Dogs and cats -- and even two cows and a horse -- serve as blood donors when veterinary patients need a blood transfusion or other blood products at the University of Wisconsin-Madison's Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital. "It is a pretty constant need," says veterinarian Jonathan Bach, the head of the hospital's emergency and critical care services. "Like humans, animals can have problems with bleeding or trauma."

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