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Hospital Information

At the VTH:
 
  • skunk, rabies, pet health
    Rabies is rising in Colorado, and skunks are contributing to the spike in confirmed cases of this fatal infectious disease. Our Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratories are testing for the disease, and our veterinarians provide advice for preventing rabies infection in dogs, cats, horses and livestock.​
  • sue larue, flint animal cancer center, research, oncology, radiation
    Our Flint Animal Cancer Center connected human and animal oncology research in a groundbreaking forum sponsored by the Institute of Medicine in Washington D.C. A shared research agenda is expected to spur new cancer therapies for pets and people.
  • avian influenza
    ​A highly pathogenic form of avian influenza is devastating poultry producers in the Midwest. Colorado has been spared, yet our resident expert cautions that commercial chicken and turkey growers – as well as people with backyard flocks – should take steps to prevent infection. 
  • lion, guero, resue, keenesburg wild animal sanctuary
    ​Guero, a lion rescued in Mexico, got his share of medical attention at our Veterinary Teaching Hospital, where CSU veterinarians assessed the aging carnivore and formed a treatment plan to ease pain from the lion’s neck fracture, spinal disc disease and dire dental problems.
  • better paws for Brutus
    ​Meet Brutus, a rescued Rottweiler that suffered botched paw amputations as a puppy. He’s getting help from a loving foster owner, a full set of prosthetics, and a team of experts from OrthoPets and Colorado State University. With his new limbs, Brutus is going mobile!
  • pet health, narda robinson
    Relaxation and improved wellness are two benefits of canine medical massage, says Dr. Narda Robinson, an assistant professor of integrative therapies in our Department of Clinical Sciences. Massage may help your dog’s back pain, lameness and geriatric care.​
  • residency, internship, externship
    ​Interested in one of our residency or internship programs? Learn more about our offerings and how to apply.
​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

Phone:
(970) 297-5000

Fax:
(970) 297-1205