Title: "Frontiers, Research Explorations: UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine"
UC Campus: Davis

Short Description: This documentary consists of three segments pertaining to veterinary issues. The first segment evaluates how vets and other scientists are examining the relationships among mountain lions, big horn sheep, deer and people in East San Diego County. Foot-and-mouth and mad cow disease are examined in the next segment and the threat they pose to the agriculture industry. The final segment details the story of a pet dog suffering from acute renal failure and the battle to keep it alive.

Running Time: 30 minutes
Produced By: UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine
Contact: Paul Pfotenhauer
Phone: 530-752-6397
Website: UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine

Production Information: This program is an example of a more highly produced, edited documentary. Such productions are costly and rather labor intensive, requiring several days of shooting, knowledgeable crew and multiple distant locations, this type of production is most successful when produced by an experienced production unit, either from the appropriate UC campus media center or through an outside production company. This program was funded by UC Davis and produced by the UC Davis Communications Office and the School of Veterinary Medicine.
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