When Fozzie entered the Colorado State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital on Tuesday, she was adept at hopping on her front two legs, pulling her paralyzed back legs behind her as she moved. When the young dog left an hour later, she sped out the door on two legs and two wheels.
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LISTEN: Stetter said he often consults with School of Medicine at the University of Colorado, because the scarcity of rural vets looks nearly identical to the country’s shortage of rural doctors.
Ideally, companion animal owners should maintain a good relationship with their general veterinary practitioner, who has often known the animal all of its life, and can serve as a partner in dialogue during the trying times when euthanasia emerges as a possible alternative to suffering. -Bernard Rollin