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JAVMA News: Taking the chronic out of enteropathies
Dogs with chronic enteropathies have all sorts of clinical signs, from intractable diarrhea to vomiting twice a week to unexplained weight loss to an extremely picky appetite, said Dr. Alison Manchester, a veterinarian and a fellow at CSU..
9News: What precautions you should take for Wednesday’s strong winds
Dr. Miranda Sadar with CSU’s Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital said smaller animals should be kept inside when possible. If pets aren’t able to be brought in, Sadar said the animals should be kept in their sheltered areas.
La Voz: How much is that doggie in the window?
“Getting animals as presents can be OK if there’s forethought and planning,” said Colorado State University small animal veterinarian, Dr. Cindy Sotelo.