Identical twins Alice and Sophia Gugel share the same major and minor in college, status in the Honors Program, plans for graduate school, and extracurricular activities.
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A research study indicates that gabapentin can be a helpful tool to keep anxiety at bay when you have to take your rabbit to the vet.
Learn how to recognize signs of stress and create a comfortable environment for your pet to ensure a low-stress visit to the vet.
New Veterinary Teaching Hospital Director Dr. Chad Johannes brings with him years of diverse experience in veterinary medicine, pharmaceuticals, administration, and even marketing.
Showcasing outreach experiences from the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, visitors can engage with veterinary medicine throughout the Vida building at CSU Spur.
Recently appointed to the Barbara Cox Anthony University Chair in Orthopaedic Research, Dr. Laurie Goodrich prepares to build on the success of the equine orthopaedics program at Colorado State University.
Labeled as “xylitol” within the ingredients list for most products, the same plant-derived substance can also be identified as “birch sugar” or “birch sap” in others.
The new Johnson Family Equine Hospital was built to provide extra space for individual horses and improve personalized care.
Naomi Nishi’s emphasis on adult education – and recognizing that adults bring unique perspectives and experiences with them into any context – will be a crucial asset as she approaches her new role at CSU.
Miss Charlie Brown was born with a cleft palate, a condition that requires surgery to repair. With the hospital community behind her every step of the way, Charlie defied the odds.