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Hospital Information

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  • pet health
    Your pet needs to get a move on even when the weather outside is frightful. After all, maintaining a healthy weight is as important for pets as it is for people. Feel free to share this Pet Health column with friends and veterinary clients!
  • craig webb
    Dr. Craig Webb knew he would be a teacher before he knew what he would teach. When his family cat was gravely injured, the young scientist fixed on veterinary medicine. Now he’s the 2014 Outstanding Faculty Member, named by the Colorado Veterinary Medical Association.
  • tess, penguin
    ​Tess is the world’s oldest African penguin, representing a species likely to very soon vanish from the wild. This beloved resident of the Pueblo Zoo came to our Veterinary Teaching hospital for specialized radiation to zap a cancerous tumor on her face. She was just released back to her habitat, and her recovery is going swimmingly! #BrayForTess
  • tears for cheers
    For the first time, we hand-delivered acceptance letters to students entering our DVM Program. And we captured their responses in this video. What does it mean to be accepted into Colorado State’s vet school? Take a look!
  • dvm alum erin mcguinn is tv star
    Meet Dr. Erin McGuinn, CSU alumna in environmental health, resident at Vanderbilt University Medical Center – and star of a new reality TV show about the challenges of medical residency. In this Q&A, McGuinn talks about working on camera, her time at CSU, and her aspirations to help the medically underserved.
  • stem cell research cats, jessica quimby
    Colorado State University is the sole veterinary institution in the nation using stem-cell therapy to treat feline kidney disease, which is common among pet cats, and researchers are now launching a new clinical trial to further explore the power of stem cells to improve organ function.
  • cancer research, flint animal cancer center, washington DC
    Our Flint Animal Cancer Center will be center-stage when the nation’s thought leaders on cancer gather in Washington, D.C., in June to explore how treatment of pets with cancer can improve therapies for human patients. The CSU center has worked with the Institute of Medicine to hold the workshop.
​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