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.
This Sunday on Tripawd Talk Radio join us for a conversation about osteosarcoma and a new Tripawd Gait Study, with renowned veterinary oncologist Deanna R. Worley, Assistant Professor of Surgical Oncology at Colorado State University’s Flint Animal Cancer Center. Dr. Worley will join us to discuss two fascinating areas in her research specialties: the biomechanical […]
Meet Baron, a German Shepherd dog who beat the osteosarcoma odds at Colorado State University after being diagnosed with a bone tumor in his skull near the muzzle.
Colorado State University Veterinary School survey explores how orthopedic disease and conditions are managed with three-legged dog amputees.
Canine and feline bone cancer treatment news on carboplatin protocol rounds effectiveness from Colorado State University’s Animal Cancer Center.
Learn about metronomic chemotherapy treatment for cancer dogs with Dr. Barbara Biller of Colorado State University’s Animal Cancer Center on Tripawd Talk Radio show.
The Argus Institute at Colorado State University helps parents cope with their dog’s cancer diagnosis, treatment, therapy and hospice care.
Things to know about dog cancer clinical trials and how you can receive financial support, drug therapy, and treatments.
Animals receive the most advanced treatment in the world at Colorado State University’s Animal Cancer Care Center in Fort Collins.