Please be advised that our online consult service will be unavailable for submission Thursday, April 19 through Sunday, April 29. Online consultation inquiries received by 4/18 may not receive a response until Monday, 4/30. We apologize for any concerns this may cause. If you have urgent clinical concerns for a patient or pet, please contact your primary veterinarian or a nearest veterinary urgent care provider for assistance. CSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital does provide 24/7 urgent care services if you wish to visit our hospital. Non-urgent questions may be emailed to [email protected]. Please allow 5-7 business days for a response.
If you are interested in a clinical trial for your pet, please contact the clinical trials service at [email protected].
If you feel it likely that you will wish to have your pet seen by our team, we recommend scheduling an on-site appointment as the only way to obtain individualized recommendations for a pet. We do not require referrals; the professional fee for a new patient appointment is $150.00 (not including costs for any recommendations discussed in the appointment for tests, treatments or medications).
To schedule, please call the CSU Veterinary Hospital Appointment Line: 970-297-5000, option 2.
If your patient or pet has symptoms of acute concern, please seek local emergency or urgent care for immediate assistance. CSU also offers 24/7 urgent and emergency care services.
Our online consultation service helps to answer general questions about cancer in pets and oncology care available at the Flint Animal Cancer Center. After creating an account and completing our online consultation form, your question(s) will be directed to a Lucy Oncology Clinic team member for review and response within 5 business days.
Pet Owners please note: Consult calls with pet owners are restricted by law to solely address general questions such as typical treatments and outcomes for different cancer types. Because we don't have an active veterinarian-client-patient relationship with you (we have not examined your pet) we provide comprehensive record reviews or second opinions specific to your pet. If you would like an individualized care plan for your pet, please schedule an appointment to see us or contact another veterinary oncology provider near you.
Flint Animal Cancer Center's consult service helps pet owners and veterinarians from all over the world. In fact, we answer 2000+ requests each year! We do not charge for this service, but appreciate donations to help sustain this valuable outreach. If you would like to help support the consult service, please make a contribution to Carmen's Legacy.