If you and your dog are coping with an osteosarcoma diagnosis, you won’t want to miss this Tripawd Talk Radio interview with Dr. Deanna Worley, Assistant Professor, Surgical Oncology at Colorado State University Animal Cancer Center.
Broadcast in February, this edition of Tripawd Talk Radio covers important information about osteosarcoma in dogs. We also discuss Dr. Worley’s first-of-it’s-kind Tripawd Gait Study and what she discovered when studying the walking gait of front and rear leg Tripawd amputee dogs.
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As Assistant Professor of Surgical Oncology at Colorado State University’s Flint Animal Cancer Center, Dr. Worley discusses two fascinating areas in her research specialties:
- the biomechanical changes that occur in amputee dogs, and
- canine osteosarcoma considerations, treatment options and ongoing care
Join us in the first half of our show to learn about discoveries made when Dr. Worley and her team studied the gait patterns of amputee dogs.
In the second half, Dr. Worley shares the latest developments from the experts at Colorado State who are helping their canine patients fight osteosarcoma.
We know you’ll find it as educational as we did!