Animal Health

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Idaho Falls Post Register: University equine team provides veterinary support

The often unsung heroes of rodeo are getting a little extra TLC at Cheyenne Frontier Days from a certified veterinarian and veterinary students from Colorado State University. Veterinarian Luke Bass and three CSU veterinary students, Melanie Connor, Jennifer Garmon and Ella Arume, hung out in Barn 15 at Frontier Park to look after CFD’s equine athletes.

New York Times: Our Fat Pets

Some data suggests wet food’s higher water and protein content carries more benefit because it reduces appetite, says Dr. Jonathan Stockman, who runs the clinical nutrition service at Colorado State University’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital. But dry food has a higher fiber content, he says, so a similar argument can be made for that.


Pooch Plunge

City Park Pool is going to the dogs! Join the CSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital at the Pooch Plunge on Aug. 26.