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Dogster: How Tech Can Benefit the Health of Your Dog
According to Dr. Felix Duerr, assistant professor of small animal orthopedics and sports medicine at Colorado State University, one of the most common uses for smart collars is to track weight loss — such devices can monitor a dog’s daily exercise the same way people use a Fitbit to track their steps.
Coloradoan: ‘A happy doggy life’: Cancer-detecting technique at Colorado State vet hospital gives hope
Dr. Lynn Griffin started the study last year with an internal grant from CSU to fund the tests with six dogs. This year, the Morris Animal Foundation provided a $100,000 grant for her to continue the study in at least 30 other dogs.
Veterinary Practice News: Noninvasive cancer imaging technique to help in early detection
A new cancer imaging technique is expected to significantly improve the ability to diagnose the disease’s spread to lymph nodes in dogs with head and neck tumors.