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New Bolton Center opened in 1952.

It comprises the George D. Widener Hospital for Large Animals, featuring one of the world's largest equine surgical facilities, the Marshak Dairy, the Laboratory of Aquatic Animal Medicine and Pathology and one of Pennsylvania's three Animal Diagnostic Laboratories.

The Widener Hospital sees more than 6,000 patients a year. And that doesn't include the Field Service, which sees more than 19,000 animals annually at farms, breeders, horse-training facilities and agricultural enterprises in the region.

New Bolton Center - Videos University of Pennsylvania

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New Bolton Center opened in 1952.

It comprises the George D. Widener Hospital for Large Animals, featuring one of the world's largest equine surgical facilities, the Marshak Dairy, the Laboratory of Aquatic Animal Medicine and Pathology and one of Pennsylvania's three Animal Diagnostic Laboratories.

The Widener Hospital sees more than 6,000 patients a year. And that doesn't include the Field Service, which sees more than 19,000 animals annually at farms, breeders, horse-training facilities and agricultural enterprises in the region.

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    On Any Given Day

    On Any Given Day

    A video introduction to University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine's New Bolton Center. This was made in 2002 to mark New Bolton Center's 50th anniversary.

    • 18 min
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    University of Pennsylvania Podological Museum

    University of Pennsylvania Podological Museum

    Pat Reilly, Chief of Farrier Services at New Bolton Center, gave this presentation to personnel from the Penn Library in July 2012. In his presentation, Pat discusses the University of Pennsylvania Podological Museum’s collection of horseshoes and a brief history of horseshoeing in the U.S. from a societal point of view. In this video, you can find out how machine-made horseshoes gave the North an advantage over the South in the U.S. Civil War.

    • 35 min

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