Ready for the day we can prevent cancer with one inoculation? Scientists at three veterinary teaching hospitals are leading the way with the Vaccination Against Canine Cancer Study.
Bridget’s mom tells all about partial amputation wound care and prosthetic preparations for an amputee dog, in today’s Tripawd Tuesday.
In today’s Tripawd Tuesday story, you’ll read about Bridget’s Partial Amputation and Prosthetic Journey, a detailed report on what it takes to have a dog evaluated and treated for a partial amputation and artificial leg.
Learn why NASCAR’s Clint Bowyer and Indy driver Graham Radal are in the race for #OneCancerOneCure in pets and people with cancer, and how you can donate to the race too.
You never forget the day your pet gets diagnosed with cancer. The bomb probably fell while you sat under bright florescent lights in a sterile room with loud commotion happening just beyond the door. It’s a familiar scene at university veterinary clinics around the globe but not at Colorado State University’s Flint Animal Cancer Center […]
Unique medical lending library for pets at Colorado State University Teaching Hospital carries on the legacy for Sebastian and his mom Ann.
Meet Tuffy the sweet Tripawd rescue dog at Colorado State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital. Tuffy will soon receive a prosthetic limb and be ready for adoption!
CSU video explains why participating in a pet cancer study can help your dog or cat and potentially find a cure for human cancers too.
Find out how dogs are helping to find One Cure for cancer in both pets and people through clinical trials at the Flint Animal Cancer Center at Colorado State University.
CSU Tripawd gait analysis study examines physical changes in front and rear leg amputee dogs.