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Nervous and aggressive dogs are prone to tangle. But you can prevent bites and fights at the veterinary clinic and in other settings with multiple dogs.

Know your dog’s personality, praise your pooch for being calm, and remember these dos and don’ts. ‪#‎DogBitePreventionWeek‬
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Get real

Business is booming for SurgiReal Products, a startup built by two CSU veterinarians to provide lifelike training models that actually "bleed" for students learning suturing and other basic surgical skills: http://col.st/2W0ev
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Veterinary students Ericka Meyers, Emily Spulak and Rachel Wanty were awarded $5,000 scholarships from Merck Animal Health and the American Veterinary Medical Foundation (AVMF).

“With so few awards for this particular scholarship available around the world, we thought it was pretty cool that three people were selected from CSU’s College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences,” Ericka said.

Way to go, Rams!
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Learn how to care for horse wounds from Colorado State University equine veterinarians starting at 6 p.m. Tuesday, June 9.

The Hangout will cover topics including how to evaluate wounds, recognizing when to call your veterinarian, how veterinarians can help, and treatment for your horse.
This Hangout On Air is hosted by CSU College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. The live video broadcast will begin soon.
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“Last day of school, ever!! If you see a senior veterinary student today, make sure you congratulate them!!

Here's a throwback to the first day of kindergarten. Time flies when you are having fun #‎proudtobeacsuram‬” –Emma
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Smile, Rams. It’s the last day of classes.
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Congrats to our Class of 2015 outstanding graduates, selected by their departments and honored at graduation last weekend.
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Rabies is rising in Colorado, and skunks are contributing to the spike in confirmed cases of this fatal infectious disease. 

Check vaccination records for cats, dogs and horses; vaccinate animals as needed; and take steps to prevent rabies infection.
Rabies is on the rise in Colorado. Remember these first-aid tips if you are bitten by an animal.
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Happy summer break from our second-year DVM Rams.
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Cannabis for your canine? Just say “no,” advises Dr. Timothy Hackett, director of our hospital.

People with sick pets wonder if medical marijuana could help their animals, as it has helped some humans. Problem is, there’s no scientific research to guide veterinarians or pet owners in the use of cannabis for pets. "I don't know the safety. I don't know the efficacy. Therefore, I can't recommend it," Hackett tells USA TODAY.
http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2014/03/24/marijuana-pot-dogs-edible/6600763/ DENVER -- Just like millions of Americans use marijuana to ease their chronic pain and cancer-treatment side effects,
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Research = Action

When the Nepal earthquake hit CSU researchers' farms, they bought tarps, blankets, rice and milk in India, rented a truck, and drove 6 hours to deliver supplies to the farmers they work with through our Feed the Future Livestock-Climate Change CRSP lab.
CSU's Feed the Future Innovation Lab raised funds and delivered supplies to villages devastated by the April 25 earthquake in Nepal.
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"Hey CSU Rams! My name is Emma and I'm a senior veterinary student here at CSU.

I've been given the opportunity to document and share my LAST week as a senior veterinary student at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital! It's going to be an exciting week and I'm thrilled to be able to share it with the CSU community." -Emma
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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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