Fort Collins vet treats dogs, exotic animals with stem cells

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Fort Collins vet treats dogs, exotic animals with stem cells

Post-doctoral fellow and Colorado State University veterinary school critical care unit faculty member Dr. Valerie Johnson takes a look at the progress of 12-year-old dachshund Tootle’s nose in the university’s Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory in Fort Collins. Thanks to a stem cell treatment, vets have been able to manage an infection in the dog’s nose.
Post-doctoral fellow and Colorado State University veterinary school critical care unit faculty member Dr. Valerie Johnson opens up an incubator where stem cells are being grown in the university’s Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory in Fort Collins.

Fort Collins vet treats dogs, exotic animals with stem cells

Post-doctoral fellow and Colorado State University veterinary school critical care unit faculty member Dr. Valerie Johnson takes a look at the progress of 12-year-old dachshund Tootle’s nose in the university’s Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory in Fort Collins. Thanks to a stem cell treatment, vets have been able to manage an infection in the dog’s nose.
Post-doctoral fellow and Colorado State University veterinary school critical care unit faculty member Dr. Valerie Johnson opens up an incubator where stem cells are being grown in the university’s Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory in Fort Collins.

Fort Collins vet treats dogs, exotic animals with stem cells

A 12-year-old dachshund named Tootle gets some affection from veterinary technician Tracy Greenwalt during a treatment session while the dog’s owner, Eva Knight, far left, and post-doctoral fellow and Colorado State University veterinary school critical care unit faculty member Dr. Valerie Johnson look on at Colorado State’’s Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory in Fort Collins, Colo. Thanks to a stem cell treatment, vets have been able to manage an infection in Tootle’s nose.