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At the VTH:
  • dvm study cube
    ​Join Dr. Stetter in celebrating the new and improved Cubes space for our first-year veterinary students. Refreshments will be served in the Anatomy Building Lobby from 3-5 p.m. with the ribbon cutting at 3:30 p.m. You will have the opportunity to see the completed space and experience the updated gathering and study space!
  • gut reaction, luke bass, coping with colic in horses
    ​CSU equine veterinarians offered two presentations called, "Coping with Colic in Horses", to provide horse owners with critical information about causes, symptoms, treatments and prevention of colic. The condition is the leading cause of premature death in horses, so this is need-to-know info!
  • veterinary communiation for professional excellence
    Our veterinary students – and many practicing professionals – learn essential skills from CSU Veterinary Communication for Professional Excellence. The research-based program promotes communication as a key to clinical success, and it helps define CSU veterinary education and practice. The program recently reorganized for greater visibility and impact.
  • paul morley, vesicular stomatitis
    The outbreak of vesicular stomatitis virus continues to grow among horses in Colorado, prompting hundreds of quarantines. Timed to the Colorado State Fair, the director of infection control at our James L. Voss VTH answers frequently asked questions about the disease and its prevention.
  • cancer, radiation, carbon-ion therapy, research
    Colorado cancer experts have announced plans to pursue construction of the nation’s first carbon-ion radiotherapy research and treatment facility in Aurora, where they would provide leading-edge radiation therapy that is effective against the deadliest cancers and now is available only in Europe and Japan. CSU specialists in radiation science and pet oncology are helping to lead the effort.
  • kay the bomb sniffing dog heart surgery
    Bomb-sniffing dog Kay saved thousands of human lives as he hunted down IEDs while deployed with the U.S. Army in Iraq and Afghanistan. His military handler adopted Kay and took him home to Brighton, Colo., hoping to reward the war dog with a relaxed life. Then Kay has diagnosed with an inoperable heart tumor. Yet on Sept. 16, Kay got a new lease on life when he underwent a special heart procedure at CSU's Veterinary Teaching Hospital.
  • year of the horse
    It's the Chinese Year of the Horse, and the VTH is joining in on the fun! We have compiled resources from several of our equine programs to make sure your horse stays happy and healthy all year long!
​Read about how sports medicine is helping all animals - from pot belly pigs to dogs, expansion plans at the VTH, and watch a critically acclaimed documentary shot right here at CSU.
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Colorado State University
Veterinary Teaching Hospital
300 West Drake Road
Fort Collins, Colorado, 80523

(970) 297-5000

(970) 297-1205