Quimby will be honored with CSU’s 2017 Zoetis Research Excellence Award at noon Saturday.
Veterinary students were watchdogs this week for show ethics and food safety, collecting urine samples from market animals for drug testing at the National Western Stock Show.
CSU will celebrate the opening of an expanded and improved hospital unit dedicated to the evaluation and care of animal patients with cancer, marking a new era in the university’s longstanding leadership in veterinary oncology.
Bernard Dime was paralyzed in a skydiving accident at the age of 25. Today, he is the first paraplegic veterinary student at CSU.
Early November marks National Animal Shelter and Rescue Appreciation Week, a good time to note the amazing work our shelters do in keeping animals and people safe and cared for in our communities.
Veterinarians and students provided care for more than 100 pets at a free veterinary clinic in Denver.
Whether your pet is perfectly healthy, overweight, or ill, diet plays an important role in helping animals feel their best.
CSU veterinarians and animal rehabilitation specialists provide care for two 5-month-old otters, Emilia and Olivia.
The new Clinical Nutrition Service provides solutions for animals with unique nutritional needs.