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CVM Upper Floor Tour Stops:

Map of CVM Upper Floor Tour Stops

15--Surgery in Progress: Watch LIVE surgery demonstration through large window or by video feed in North Theater.

16--Room D236: Learn about the Exotic Animal Medicine Service and get up close to native wildlife such as turtles, snakes, and lizards. You’ll also learn about our own wolf pack.

17--Gait Laboratory: Take a peak into the Animal Gait Analysis Laboratory. See the exhibit in the CVM Research Building..

18--Conference Room (right): Learn about pet nutrition with the Nutrition Club and representatives from Purina, Hills, and Royal Canin.

19--Conference Room (left): Meet members of the Lab Animal Club and mice, rats, and rabbits.

20--Large Hallway: Learn about animal Rehabilitation, Canine Blood Bank, and Behavioral Services.

21--Kittens! with the 4H Club and Oxbow.

22--AnimalScan: See one of the few animal magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) units in the country.

23--Radiology Room: Learn what our Equine and Farm Animal Veterinary Center offers patients.

22--Outside (back): Fistulated Steer Demonstration at 10:30, 1:30, and 2:30.

24--Breezeway: Learn how the CVM helps veterinarians care for North Carolina’s poultry, swine, cattle, sheep, and goats and get up close with some of our own farm animals. Purchase tickets to Milk a Cow (27).

25--Outside (back): Fistulated Steer demonstrations at 10:30, 1:30, and 2:30.

26--Buy a CVM T-Shirt or or get a Glitter tatoo. Fee involved. Proceeds to CVM student organization.

27--Outside (front): Milk a cow with the help of Bovine Club students. Fee involved. Proceeds to CVM student organization. Purchase tickets at 24.

28/ 29--Outside (front): Large Animal Demonstrations throughout the day. See Demonstrations for times.

30--Outside (front): Walk through the Mobile Surgery Unit that travels to disasters and emergencies throughout North Carolina in support of animal health and well-being and the Companion Animal Mobile Equipment Trailer (CAMET) that travels to natural disasters and emergencies throughout North Carolina to assist animals and animal owners.