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Good girl, Cricket Hope.

Happy National Dog Day to all our furry friends.
It’s National Dog Day, so we invited a very special furry guest, Cricket Hope, and her amazing owners and members of VetSpecialists.com Cricket suffered a brain tumor and seizures, and needed emer…
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A letter to the editor published in The Coloradoan raised the issue of veterinary student debt.

Our rebuttal provides facts and insights, urging readers to support students.
Helping veterinary students today could mean helping your companion animal, public health, or even your own health tomorrow.
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Research is our middle name.

If you’re interested in getting involved, message our page.
More than 5,000 undergraduates at CSU are involved in research in any given year.
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Dr. Quimby’s helping all of cat-kind.
FORT COLLINS — Veterinarian Jessica Quimby knows how difficult it can be to get a cat to take a pill.
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Beans, beans the magical (weight-loss) fruit.
Beans can serve as a safe and digestible functional ingredient in weight-loss formulas for overweight dogs, according to research published in the Journal of Applied Animal Nutrition.
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Have a ball and follow us on Instagram at @csuvetmedbiosci
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Here's to all our women faculty, staff, veterinarians, industry professionals, alumni and students (past and present) who are changing the world by helping animals, people and the planet.

Happy Women’s Equality Day.
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You made it.

Welcome to the Ramily, Class of 2020.
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All smiles for the Class of 2020. New student Bernard Dime's guide dog Corky made friends with Kayleigh Marlin at DVM orientation.
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Mosquitos carrying the Zika virus likely can’t survive Colorado winters.

But remember to take precautions if you’re traveling to or from areas where Zika is known to be present.
Florida has become the first U.S. state to have a local transmission of the Zika virus.Federal officials say they believe four new cases of Zika in Miami, are the likely result of bites from local mosquitos.
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The Energy Institute at Colorado State University study will test volunteers’ exposure to smoke from cookstoves to determine if cleaner-burning stoves improve human health.
CSU researchers are seeking about 50 volunteers to participate in the study, which they’ll launch this fall at the Powerhouse Energy Campus.
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CSU postdoctoral researcher Lyndsey Linke is diving into her new startup, a new antiviral technology that helps prevent the spread of avian flu virus in chickens and other poultry.
CSU’s Lyndsey Linke is the founder of SiVEC Biotechnologies. She’s created a technology that prevents the spread of avian flu virus in poultry.
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The College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences (CVMBS) strives to provide high quality education in the biomedical sciences through undergraduate majors in environmental health, microbiology, and biomedical sciences; through the Professional Veterinary Medical program; and through high quality graduate education in anatomy and neurobiology, clinical sciences, environmental health, microbiology, pathology, physiology and radiological health sciences. The College contributes to the prevention and control of human and animal disease through basic and applied research programs encompassing each of these disciplines and provides outreach and service locally and nationally through its Hospital, Diagnostic Laboratory, technology transfer, and dissemination of important discoveries affecting human and animal health.

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