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One in four dogs and one in five cats will develop cancer in their lifetimes. Forty years ago, cancer was often a terminal diagnosis with few options, especially for pets. Today, there is hope.

The Flint Animal Cancer Center at Colorado State University offers a unique combination of advanced cancer diagnostic services, innovative treatment options, and compassionate care for dogs, cats, and other pets with cancer. As a patient, your pet will benefit from a comprehensive assessment provided by an expert, multidisciplinary team, including medical, surgical, and radiation oncologists. Each treatment plan is customized, and we work with you to determine the right course of action for your pet’s care.

We are a world leader in the treatment of dogs, cats, and pets with cancer, with nearly four decades of experience in providing leading-edge, comprehensive, and compassionate care.

Our goal is to make sure that you are fully informed about your pet’s diagnosis and treatment options, so you are comfortable asking questions and making decisions. You are a key member of your pet’s cancer care-giving team. Our clinical staff is committed to helping you understand your pet’s cancer treatment and will offer support every step of the way.

Our vision is to conquer cancer in all species.

Your gift is an investment in the Flint Animal Cancer Center's critical work to help pets and people with cancer. Together, we will find a cure. Donate Now

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Research

Collaborating to Conquer Cancer

The Flint Animal Cancer Center has worked closely with the University of Colorado Cancer Center for more than two decades. Together, we are partners in the world’s most advanced comparative oncology research program. Through many collaborative projects, our scientists and clinicians work with their teams to develop new treatment strategies that can be rapidly and […]

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FACC at Research Day 2023

The 24th Annual College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences Research Day was held on January 28, 2023. Research Day is a showcase of cutting-edge research projects and approaches from members of the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences community. The annual symposium is an opportunity for students, faculty, and staff to present their […]

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Teaching and Learning

In Memory of Kelsey – A Lifetime of Contribution

Dogs are teachers in life and in death.  No truer words could be spoken about Kelsey Stuart, a beautiful Golden Retriever we had the honor of knowing at the Flint Animal Cancer Center.    In her nearly 15 remarkable years, Kelsey and her puppies have taught researchers so much about the genetic makeup of Golden Retrievers […]

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Moving the Needle in Canine Osteosarcoma Diagnosis & Treatment

Osteosarcoma, or bone cancer, is a common cancer in dogs, especially in large and giant breeds. Approximately 85 percent of canine bone tumors are osteosarcomas. Over the course of more than 20 years, Flint Animal Cancer Center surgical oncologist Dr. Bernard Séguin has diagnosed and treated hundreds of patients with bone cancer. He has dedicated […]

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Research

Comparative Oncology Research: Accelerating Discovery for Pets and People

May is National Cancer Research Month, launched in 2007 by the American Association for Cancer Research to highlight the importance of lifesaving cancer research. For more than 40 years, the Flint Animal Cancer Center has been at the forefront of comparative oncology research and discovery to benefit pets and people with cancer. In line with […]

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