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Marshall University

1 John Marshall Drive

Huntington, WV 25755

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98.6F is a normal body temperature for a person, but is it the same for a dog, a cat, a bird, or a lion? Veterinarians take care of a lot of different animals from pets to zoo animals and have to learn about each animal. In this camp we will be vets in training and learn some basic anatomy and veterinary practices to discover how vets take care of cats, dogs, and exotic animals! Campers will get to meet some pets from the common, like cats and dogs, to the uncommon like ferrets, sugar gliders, and snakes and learn how they are cared for. Lead educator will be Liz Lester, Marshall University graduate student and pet crazed mom of 27 including 15 sugar gliders, 2 short-tailed opossums, 3 ferrets, 2 guinea pigs, 2 crested geckos, a Syrian hamster, one hedgehog, and a millipede.

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