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Diagnostic & Support Services

​Our Anesthesia and Pain Managment service exists to provide safe, optimal conditions for your pet during every moment of a surgery and to make operative procedures and postoperative care as comfortable as possible for your pet.

​Counselors from our Argus Institute offer support to people who are facing difficult decisions regarding their pet's health and help them manage the challenges of caring for a sick animal.

​Blood from our Blood Bank is provided for in-hospital canine and feline patients needing transfusions.

​In our Clinical Pathology Laboratory, our board-certified veterinary clinical pathologists and technologists provide laboratory results in a timely, efficient and thoughtful manner; supporting research, clinicians, referring veterinarians, and students in the diagnosis and treatment of many animal diseases.

​Our Pharmacy is staffed by registered pharmacists who are specialists in veterinary pharmaceuticals. Our pharmacists assist your veterinarian in selecting a dosage form to best suit your animal's needs.

​Radiation Therapy locally controls solid tumors such as carcinomas and sarcomas and provides relief of pain, or improves function in patients suffering from advanced cancers.

​Our Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging service has some of the most advanced imaging technologies available for our veterinary patients, of the same caliber found in a modern human hospital.

​The Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory is an accredited, full-service, all-species diagnostic laboratory.

brown cattle at veterinary extension at csu

The goal of Colorado State Univesity's Veterinary Extension program is to develop a web-based information management system to facilitate public access to livestock health information, and to maximize the availability of veterinary expertise in multiple fields related to livestock health and productivity, food safety, and public health.

​Our Community Programs are opportunities for community members to become involved in and benefit from our hospital's resources. These programs include the Annual Open Househospital Tours, Pets Forever, Volunteer opportunities, CSU Pet Hospice Program, and the VTH Tribute Garden.

​We offer comprehensive Continuing Education courses for veterinarians to assist with professional development.

​Our hospital offers many Capabilities & Benefits that make us the best place to receive the most comprehensive care for your animal. These include Special Sterilization, Biosecurity, Isolation, and 24-Hour Personal Care.

​View our Financial Information to learn more about general payment information and policies. It is our goal to serve you in every way possible, including making your financial experience clear, understandable, and easy to navigate.