Related Program: Current State Disfigured dog gets surgical care at MSU By Karel Vega • Feb 10, 2017 Related Program: Current State TweetShareGoogle+Email Dr. Bryden Stanley performed reconstructive surgery on Baron, a dog whose nose had been cut off. Isaac Constans / WKAR-MSU A dog that was badly disfigured and abandoned has a new nose, thanks to a team from Michigan State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. Listen Listening... / 4:17 WKAR's Karel Vega speaks with one of the surgeons who performed the operation. Tags: animal welfareanimal rightsanimalsHealthTweetShareGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Scientist/inventor Temple Grandin on the potential of people on the autism spectrum By Mark Bashore • Nov 23, 2016 Jamie Paisley / WKAR “It is never too late to expand the mind of a person on the autism spectrum.” These are the words of Dr. Temple Grandin, who’s sometimes referred to as the best known person with autism in the world. That’s due to her renown in not one, but two, fields. Grandin has done groundbreaking work in animal welfare. She’s best known for designing humane cattle-handling facilities that are used for half the cattle in the U.S. She is also a prolific writer and advocate for people like herself on the autism spectrum.