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At the VTH:
  • wayne jensen department head clinical sciences
    Dr. Wayne Jensen has worked in every sector of the veterinary industry. Now he brings his experiences and accomplishments to the role of head of the CSU Department of Clinical Sciences, where he guides teaching, research and service in world-renowned programs.
  • Sad dog in rain, pet anxiety
    It’s back-to-school time, and that can mean separation anxiety for many of our canine friends. In this Pet Health column, learn about signs of separation anxiety and strategies to help your dog cope during time alone.​​
  • bud adams
    We’re celebrating the legacy of a leader in the Arabian horse industry and generous supporter of CSU equine programs. His gifts established the Adams-Atkinson Arena and the Bud and Jo Adams Equine Reproduction Laboratory.
  • hot to trot, equine hospital, helen and arthur johnson foundation
    ​A $10 million lead gift launched our plans to build the world-class Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Family Equine Hospital dedicated entirely to horse care. It will offer the latest and greatest in equine veterinary teaching, research and clinical services.
  • residency, internship, externship
    ​Interested in one of our residency or internship programs? Learn more about our offerings and how to apply.

 Client Stories

  • 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
  • VTH client story, Lilly
    ​A rescued beagle has a set of four heart defects, called tetralogy of Fallot, that is better-known in human babies and is usually fatal in dogs. Cardiologists at CSU operated successfully, and Lilly Rose has marked her first birthday – with cake!​
  • 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!
  • marley, grizzly bear, surgical research laboratory, vth, surgery, animal sanctuary
    ​The CSU Vet Teaching Hospital was all about bear care when a grizzly came in for orthopaedic surgery.
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Colorado State University
Veterinary Teaching Hospital
300 West Drake Road
Fort Collins, Colorado, 80523

(970) 297-5000

(970) 297-1205