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Women Reading @ CSU book club meets Feb. 27

Women Reading @ CSU, a book club designed for CSU employees and graduate students who identify as women, continues this semester with its focus on appreciating women’s differences, intersectional identities, and diverse experiences.

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Marijuana Business Daily: Cannabis businesses finding success in pet CBD market

“A lot of people sell (CBD) without actually knowing, ‘Is this safe for dogs?’” said Dr. Felix Duerr, a veterinarian studying CBD use for animal arthritis pain at Colorado State University. “Veterinarians worry first and foremost about the safety of animals, and we don’t know about the safety of all these products people are giving animals. So that’s why many vets won’t touch it.”

Point Reyes Light: Kelle Kearney, a people person veterinarian

“Animals made me a better humanitarian,” said Dr. Kelle Kearney. “They connect you to people and they’re a great conduit for happiness and connection." She attended Colorado State University’s School of Veterinary Medicine, graduating with a degree in animal science and a doctorate degree in veterinary medicine in 1997.

Iron County Today: Animal shelter care in Cedar City

Kelly Esplin, a long-time veterinarian along with dozens of others in town, is at work to provide a new, safe and better place for the hundreds of homeless dogs and cats that need good care and a humane shelter facility that can accommodate growing numbers. Esplin, a native of St. George, graduated from Colorado State University in 1981

Events

Women Reading @ CSU book club meets Feb. 27

Women Reading @ CSU, a book club designed for CSU employees and graduate students who identify as women, continues this semester with its focus on appreciating women’s differences, intersectional identities, and diverse experiences.