Eleven-year-old Alpine Griffin (Fort Collins, Colo.) and her mom/trainer Suzanne Cox Griffin attended the 2019 USEF Pony Finals presented by Collecting Gaits Farm with a black and white pinto (Always Chipper, a patient of the Equine Field Service) new to the pony hunter scene.
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The James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital asks that the public take healthy stray animals to the Larimer Humane Society, not the hospital.
Second-year veterinary student Jessica Rupert reports on her summer experience in Bethel, Alaska: “As a student, I loved knowing that the practice of veterinary medicine can be taken anywhere.”
Mistress of Monies, Princess of Speed: Celeste Cannon Works at Colorado State University as a Large Animal Technician. She’s competing in XC, Marathon, local short track and occasionally dabbles in Cyclocross. She is Colorado’s 2018 XC Pro women’s State Champion.
By Dr. Chelsey Rae Calhoun: August is Rabies Awareness Month, so please take a moment to learn more about this contagious virus and understand how to protect your pets. Calhoun was born in Cottonwood, Arizona and earned her veterinary degree at Colorado State University.
By Dr. Nicole Ehrhart: Cancer diagnoses in dogs are on the rise, as are cancer diagnoses in people. In fact, canine cancer is the leading cause of death in pets over the age of 10 years.
Drs. Rod Page, Wayne McIlwraith, and Jessica Quimby were honored at the AVMA’s 2019 Excellence in Research Awards.
“Doc” William Amsden turned 100 years old on July 13. After WWII, he used his G.I. Bill to attend Fort Collins Colorado State University to earn his degree in veterinary medicine.
Zoetis has signed an agreement with Colorado State University (CSU) to establish a research lab at CSU that will explore the livestock immune system and target new immunotherapies – paving the way for new alternatives to antibiotics in food-producing animals.
Earlier this week Tanya Tucker performed at the venue and managed to stay in the area to utilize the veterinarian skills of Colorado State University for her dog.