How to prevent tularemia in your family and pets.
Medical, nursing and veterinary schools nationwide are training with lifelike artificial skin developed by CSU surgeons.
Rabies is on the rise in Colorado. Remember these first-aid tips if you are bitten by an animal.
A 15-year-old lion visited the Veterinary Teaching Hospital for evaluation of a broken neck and damaged teeth.
Medical massage promotes circulation, relaxes muscle tension, and settles the nervous system in dogs.
Dog survives at-home amputation as puppy, receives physical therapy at CSU two years later.
The Foaling Management Class at CSU teaches students about newborn care, and provides a peace of mind for horse owners.