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CSU researchers investigate cause of spike in canine respiratory disease
Colorado State University researchers are investigating whether a contagious illness that has led to a spike in the number of upper respiratory infections in canines along Colorado’s Front Range is due to a new pathogen or an organism that is already known and recognized as a cause of respiratory disease in dogs.
NBC Nightly News: What’s causing severe respiratory illnesses in dogs?
In Colorado, the number of canine pneumonia cases rose by 50% from September through November of this year, compared to the same months in 2022, said infectious disease expert Dr. Michael Lappin, director of the Center for Companion Animal Studies at the Colorado State University School of Veterinary Medicine.
Coloradoan: Longtime Fort Collins public servant James Paul Johnson dies at 93
Former congressman and longtime public servant James Paul Johnson of Fort Collins died Nov. 16, passing peacefully in the company of his children, according to his family. He was instrumental in the building of the CSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital.