According to Felix Duerr, D.V.M., from the Colorado State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital, using a training concept similar to humans—slowly building up mileage and ensuring there aren’t any setbacks or issues that cause pain or injury—applies to our four-legged friends as well.
Daily Archives: March 12, 2019
Vet students Robert Buntz, Lindsay Francis, and Alexandra Hess received scholarships from Merck Animal Health, in partnership with the American Veterinary Medical Foundation.
“Cancer sucks. But I’ve learned about cancer through One Cure and there’s hope through studying animals.” -Clint Bowyer
Dr. David Ramey is a 1983 graduate of the Colorado State University School of Veterinary Medicine. In addition to being a full-time equine veterinary practitioner in Encino, California, He is a vocal advocate for the application of science to medicine, and—as such—for the welfare of the horse.
Stacee Santi always knew working with animals would be in her career cards. She graduated from Colorado State University with a degree in veterinary medicine and practiced veterinary medicine in Portland, Oregon, and Durango for years.
Be sure to ask for a copy of your pet’s medical records and keep them handy during your trip, just in case, says Dr. Rebecca Ruch-Gallie, service chief for community practice at the Colorado State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital.