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"The Path of Honor is a very special outdoor place for all of us at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital. I enjoy the convenient setting and the reminders of the great people and pets we’ve worked with over the years. It's great to see our clients, veterinary students, and staff relaxing, reflecting, spending time with patients or in quiet conversation."
Dr. Tim Hackett, Professor and Director
Colorado State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital

"It is fitting that the Path of Honor is dedicated to the alumni, students, clients, patients and staff who together have created a legacy that honors the spirit and tradition of client and patient care at the Colorado State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital. What better way to capture the essence of the work done at the hospital than this special walkway with messages of love, respect and endearment that will be shared with the thousands of people who come to the hospital each year."
Dr. Lance E. Perryman, DVM, PhD
Dean Emeritus, College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
"The Path of Honor has special significance to our veterinary students, clients and staff. It is a quiet, convenient outdoor setting to spend time with hospital patients or to find a peaceful area for conversation."
Dr. Dean Hendrickson, Professor 
Colorado State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital

Contact Us:
Colorado State University
Veterinary Teaching Hospital
300 West Drake Road
Fort Collins, Colorado, 80523​​

​(970) 297-4143

(970) 297-1205