TOPIC: Patient Stories
canine hemangiosarcoma

Retired K9 finds new way to serve after cancer diagnosis

staff writer | September 06, 2018

PD, short for Police Dog, was born to serve. As a Czechoslovakian shepherd, it came pretty naturally. He spent his first three years training to become a police service dog with a former K9 officer and police dog breeder from Fort Collins, Colo. Following this training, PD joined the Colorado...

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Patient Story

Littermates Annie and Ollie race again, but this time for a cure

Staff Writer | December 06, 2018

In June 2017, Kim's greyhound, Annie, was diagnosed with osteosarcoma. Having been through this diagnosis with her first greyhound, Kim was better prepared and wanted to know more about treatment options. Her veterinarian recommended Colorado State University’s Flint Animal Cancer Center.

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News

Latest News from the Flint Animal Cancer Center

Staff | December 02, 2019

Check out the latest news from the Flint Animal Cancer Center.

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Cancer Stories

Facing cancer together.

Staff Writer | June 20, 2019

Connie and Leo were diagnosed with cancer within days of each other.

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Leg Amputation

Leg Amputation: Will my dog be okay?

Staff Writer | May 03, 2019

Deciding to amputate your pet’s leg can be difficult and emotional. At the Flint Animal Cancer Center, we understand your fears and provide support to each patient family throughout the process. Amputation is one of the best treatment options to control or eliminate certain types of cancer, and many patients undergo this surgery without complication each year.

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