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Molly Walker
Molly received the best care available to her in the world and you extended her happy days. Please know how important your work is. read more...

Sammy
We are writing to thank you for the care you’ve shown both Sam and us at every turn. Because of you and our CSU-trained vet, Dr. Schuff, she got to an “old lady”… read more...

Scout
We really credit you and your wonderful staff for adding an additional 15 months to her life, when we were originally told that she would only live 3-6 months after diagnosis. After your radiation treatment it was if the growth slowed and she got a new lease on life. She frolicked and ran like a puppy on her leg and rolled in the grass and sand during her retirement this last year. read more...

Skylar
Almost a decade later Skylar's still going strong, thanks to Dr. Nicole Ehrhart, I'll never forget that. As we celebrate another Christmas here at Turtle Hill Ranch, thoughts of gratitude will be headed your way, along with our fervent wish that the Season brings to you and yours only the best of Love, good Cheer and Hope for the coming New Year. read more...

Molly
I adopted Molly Brown from a nearby cocker spaniel rescue in 2004. Her eyes had been removed by rescue due to painful glaucoma. I fell in love with her peaceful nature from the start. She was my first blind dog and she learned to navigate the steps, found her way around the house and did so well in every way. read more...

Sergio
Sergio was the most loving and wonderful Poodle in the world. He was regal and playful. At times forgetting how large he was, one of his favorite things was to lay in your lap or between your legs. He had many nicknames, including "Big-Baby, and Rock Star." He answered to them all. read more...

Draco
This once vivacious creature that was an avid ball player and traveler was now facing the fight for his life. He lost weight down to 95 pounds, which was very thin for him. He was my guardian, my protector and my best friend. When I first noticed a small lump while brushing him in 2011 I took him to my vet. read more...

Annie
Words cannot express how much your care and attention to Annie's medical needs have meant to my father and I. Thank you isn't enough. Your Oncology department is amazing as are the staff! read more...

Sebastian
"Thank you" is a simple word, but for Sebastian and me it means; you listened, you educated, you smiled, you cared, you loved, you looked us in the eye with respect. read more...

Harley
Whenever you might be tired or frustrated I hope you will remember that people like me will always be grateful for your dedication. read more...

Goldie
The care she received at CSU is a model for what good care should look like for animals, as well as for people. You took the time to fully explain our treatment options for her, followed up with us at home and you were kind to her and to us. She never seemed reluctant to get in the car to make the trip to CSU. read more...

Chase
Chase was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma in December of 2009. Our first visit to the CSU Animal Cancer Center was comforting and we knew that Chase would be taken care of. We had no idea of how well he would do or how fast he would spring back from the dreaded cancer that he had. The doctors were fabulous and knowledgeable. read more...

Pidd
It has been six weeks since we came to you for treatment for Pidd’s cancer. We are deeply grateful for the extraordinary care you gave him, and for the kindness and compassion you showed us while we were there. When we arrived it was difficult for us to face his dire condition, but we know that if there was a way to help him you would find it. read more...

Shaylie
In October of 2009 we received the horrifying news that our sweet baby girl had cancer. She wasn’t even two yet. As devastating as that was, we got busy right away trying to figure out what to do. After more research we found Colorado State University is a specialist in veterinary cancer through the Animal Cancer Center. read more...

Kisses
We can’t say Thank You enough times to express our gratitude for the incredible care that our dog, Kisses, received from the CSU Animal Cancer Center. When we found a lost and frightened stray 9 month old puppy, we didn’t know how precious he would be to us. Over the years, he filled our family’s lives with joy and so many wonderful memories. In July, 2009 he was diagnosed with nasal adenocarcinoma and given a very grim prognosis of only 2 months to live without treatment. read more...

Luke
There are truly no words to explain how much it meant to us that you were there for Luke through his battle with cancer. I’ve never left Luke with anyone other than family, but when I saw Luke’s eyes light up, his smile broaden and his tail wag with delight when he first meet you, I knew he trusted you like you were family. read more...

Charlie-Ray
My boy Charlie Ray has been through 2 different types of cancer, and each time we have prevailed over the Big C! The first visit set the tone for our ongoing relationship with the CSU Animal Cancer Center, in a word, caring people.....OK so that's 2 words! I consider everyone we have met a true friend! read more...

Kenu
Kenu was a bright ray of sunshine that lit our world every single day. When we adopted her in 2007 she wasn’t in very good shape mentally. We worked each day after we picked her up to earn her trust. The awesome thing about Kenu, it didn’t take long, just a lot of patience and love. Slowly, she started smiling again, and before we knew it, she was socializing with others, running well on leash, and was flat out happy and completely at peace. read more...

Kodi
Kodi came into our lives at the age of five when my wife and I rescued him while volunteering for a dog rescue. So far, all he had known was a backyard without any trees or anyone to play with except for an occasional outing. When we brought him home, he turned into a puppy – everything was new and a little scary. read more...

Dickens
Over the past 15 years I have brought four dogs with serious problems to your hospital, knowing that you provide the very best care available with kindness and at a reasonable price. You assure that pets in our region have access to the very latest and best treatments. read more...

Jasmine
Jasmine was our Australian Cattle Dog/Lab mix. In August 2004, Jasmine had been feeling a bit under the weather. I took her to our local vet thinking maybe her teeth were bothering her again. He examined her mouth, and stated that he thought she had a tumor on her upper jaw, near the front. read more...