Internships are designed to provide one year of intense, post-DVM, clinical training in small animal medicine and surgery.
The Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences has a single document that describes the medicine and surgery internship program (PDF) in detail.
Questions regarding this internship? Contact Dr. Gregory Daniel at
Residencies are designed to provide 3-4 years of advanced, in-depth training in specific disciplines in preparation for certification examination by appropriate specialty boards within the veterinary profession. Most residents will enroll in the Biomedical and Veterinary Sciences (BMVS) Graduate Program and complete a graduate degree (MS or PhD).
The Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences has a single, generic residency program description that sets forth a basic program description. Supplemental to the generic document, each discipline provides a specific program description unique to that discipline.
The following program descriptions are provided in PDF format.
Interns and residents in the Department participate twice yearly in a Departmental
Program that is designed to provide experience and instruction in the preparation and delivery of scientific
material to a peer audience. Residents are further encouraged to make presentations at various seminars and
scientific meetings, both internally and externally.
Please visit the website for the Veterinary Internship and Residency Matching Program, sponsored by the American Association of Veterinary Clinicians, to learn more about the matching process.