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Outreach

Ear ye, ear ye, otitis is common in dogs

CSU veterinarian Dr. Jennifer Schissler Pendergraft provides signs to look for if you think your dog has ear inflammation.

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Join your friends for ‘Rams at the Rio’

Two Colorado institutions – Colorado State University and Rio Grande restaurants – are partnering to bring great football and great food and drinks together on game days.

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CSU Best Young Rider Jersey at USA Pro Challenge

In August 2014, nearly 130 of the world’s best professional cyclists stormed through Colorado for a seven-day stage race — the USA Pro Challenge — and CSU was part of the action and worldwide spotlight.

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Pet Health: Watch for pet poisons around your home, and form a plan for emergency response

Accidental poisoning is among the most common problems seen in emergency veterinary medicine. Learn what you can and can’t feed your pet.

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Lots of mosquitos could bring West Nile virus

Plentiful spring snow and rain, combined with recent hot temperatures on the Front Range, set the stage for an unusually high number of mosquitos this summer.

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It’s show time! Veterinarians advise ways to avoid infection while traveling with horses

Summer is peak season for horse shows and events, and Colorado State University veterinarians remind riders that it’s important if traveling to take steps that will help prevent the spread of equine infectious disease. Recent cases and outbreaks of equine

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Pets need good dental care, and that requires general anesthesia

Dental disease is one of the most common problems identified during an exam at the veterinary office.

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Pet Health: Help pets avoid hazards during the holiday season

Avoid these hazards food and decoration hazards during the holidays.

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