Learn what separation anxiety looks like in pets and how to help.
Helping veterinary students today could mean helping your companion animal, public health, or even your own health tomorrow.
CSU will host an international conference to promote personal well-being among veterinary students and professionals this November.
CSU veterinarians used a novel tool to remove a mass in Cricket's brain, helping return her to near-normal.
For the past 10 years, Dr. Jessica Quimby has pursued ways to help cats with kidney disease feel better and live longer. She's looking for 20 cats for her new clinical trial on a “medicated goop” that stimulates appetite.
CSU engineers are working on new technology for supplementing movement for dogs with weak or non-functioning limbs.
CSU veterinary students began equipping teenagers with basic veterinary skills in a region dependent on livestock production – while also encouraging the teens to pursue college education.
Nearly 4,000 ewes and about 7,000 newborns were assessed and treated by a CSU veterinary team that has returned each spring for nearly 20 years.
Many effects of aging are shared by people and pets. Just as we can take steps to care for ourselves, we can provide focused care for aging pets to help maintain their health and quality of life.