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Consult Service

Dr. Stephen WithrowPet owners and veterinarians can contact a FACC oncology clinician with general questions about cancer in companion animals as well as our available clinical trials. Please select either Pet Owners or Veterinarians to start your consult submission.

Requests are typically returned within 3 business days.

Pet Owners

Looking for the Golden Retriever Lifetime Study?

Thanks for your interest. We are a proud partner with the Morris Animal Foundation for this important research.

For more information and to learn more about possibly enrolling your Golden Retriever, please visit the
Morris Animal Foundation’s Canine Lifetime Health project.

To Make an Oncology Appointment
If you would like to schedule an appointment with the oncology service to have your pet examined and create a treatment plan please call (970) 297-5000. Pet owners as well as veterinarians can make appointments. Pet owners do not need a referral from their regular veterinarian to make the appointment.

The fee for the initial visit for new patients is $123.00. This fee includes the physical exam, review of information you bring from your veterinarian, treatment options and detailed financial estimates for diagnostics and treatment. Please visit our appointment section for more information.

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The Consult Service at the Flint Animal Cancer Center is an important outreach effort to help both pet owners and veterinarians all over the US and sometimes from other countries as well. In fact, we answer approximately 3000 such calls on an annual basis! We do not charge for this service but are appreciative of the donations that help to sustain this valuable program. In 2010, Linda and Brian Pardo, wanted to make a gift to help support this service as it helped several of their personal dogs and dogs who are housed at their rescue in Texas called Happy Endings Dog Rescue. This gift has established Carmen's Fund in memory of Carmen, one of their dogs who was helped by the consult service initially and then came to CSU for treatment for her cancer.

We would like to thank the Pardo's for the generous lead gift towards our goal of an endowment to permanently support this valuable service. If you would like to help support the Consult Service, please make a contribution to Carmen's Fund.


Learn more about Carmen's story...