On the corner of the building is this sign that proclaims this building's purpose:
The third main building is the veterinary teaching hospital. This is where students are when they are on their clinical rotations and where fourth year students spend much of their time. The hospital is split up into small and large animal portions. Here is the client entrance for the small animal hospital:
And here is the client entrance to the large animal hospital:
The two hospitals are connected to each other so you can walk from one right into the other which is nice. The large animal hospital has four wards. Ward 1 is the farm animal ward, Ward 2 is the equine ward, Ward 3 houses some research horses as well as the horse treadmill, and Ward 4 is mostly used as a teaching ward to teach students equine material. The small animal hospital houses primary care (regular exams, vaccines, etc.), ophthalmology (eyes), anesthesiology, dermatology (skin), emergency and critical care, intensive care unit, wildlife medicine, and more.
The basic sciences building and the hospital are very close to each other which is nice for us students:
If you want to see more of the vet school, you will just have to visit me!