Starving alpaca herd gets second chance at OSU veterinary school

02/10/2014 | News Tribune (Tacoma, Wash.), The

Veterinarians at Oregon State University's College of Veterinary Medicine are caring for 175 alpacas confiscated after their owners were charged with animal neglect. The owners, who once ran an alpaca business, filed for bankruptcy recently and couldn't care for the animals. "They're darn cute," OSU veterinarian Helen Diggs said. "But they're so thin, it makes you want to cry." Those that have been moved to the university are doing well, and the remainder will be transferred this week.

View Full Article in:

News Tribune (Tacoma, Wash.), The

Published in Brief:

SmartBrief Job Listings for Health Care

Job Title Company Location
NGS Provider Enrollment Rep
National Government Services - WellPoint
Harrisburg, PA
Program Manager II
Tufts Health Plan/Network Health
Medford, MA
Director, Medicare Advantage/Medicare Part D Focus
Avalere Health
Washington, DC
Chief, Product Review Branch
FDA/Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research
Silver Spring, MD
Director of Clinical Research
Regenesis Biomedical, Inc.
Scottsdale, AZ