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  • doug thamm
    Colorado State veterinarians have had a pivotal role in developing the first drug approved by the FDA for treatment of canine lymphoma, a common cancer among pets. VetDC, a CSU spinoff, is marketing Tanovea-CA1 with key input from our experts.​
  • annual research day
    We asked investigators and students across our college about their big questions. Here are their answers.
  • dental month
    Did you know that up to 80 percent of dogs over 3 have periodontal disease? Or that tooth resorption is common in cats? This Pet Health column – timed to National Pet Dental Health Month – will help you prep your pet for an A+ oral exam.
  • flint animal cancer center cancer clinic for animals dog cancer pet cancer
    The Lucy Oncology Clinic is unveiled at our Veterinary Teaching Hospital, offering state-of-the-art teaching, clinical trials, and treatment for companion animal patients with cancer. It’s among $20 million in planned hospital upgrades. ​
  • pet adoption
    Considering a new pet? The perfect companion might be waiting at a local animal shelter or rescue. Shelters provide adoptable pets with medical care, personality screening and socialization, helping families find the best fit.​
  • Bernard Dime, Veterinary Student at CSU
    Bernard Dime began a career in elite skydiving, when an accident shattered his back and his plans. Now he's pursuing a new path as Colorado State University's first paraplegic veterinary student – and one of few DVM students nationwide to use a wheelchair.
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