Come see meow it’s going at Vida!

Vida is Spanish for life. To live is to be connected — to people, to community, to animals. The Vida building embodies this connectivity between human and animal life, as well as the connectivity of the Spur campus to the diverse cultures and Latinx ties within the surrounding neighborhoods of Globeville and Elyria-Swansea.

What you’ll do at Vida

CSU Spur partners on site at Vida

The Dumb Friends League Veterinary Hospital at Spur offers low-cost veterinary services and spay and neuter surgeries to pets whose owners who are experiencing financial challenges. Select veterinary procedures will be visible to the public, and visitors can watch veterinarians at work and speak with them to learn more about the procedures. Additionally, the Dumb Friends League offers humane education opportunities to inspire children and adults with lessons of compassion, respect, and proper care for animals.

The Temple Grandin Equine Center at CSU Spur is CSU’s second TGEC location providing equine-assisted services. Research is conducted while providing related services to individuals with a broad range of challenges and disabilities. Services include physical, occupational, and speech therapy, behavioral counseling and therapy, and adaptive horsemanship activities.

The Equine Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation space at CSU Spur offers services to equine athletes ranging from rehabilitation on underwater treadmills to vibration therapy and acupuncture. The services are visible to the public and reflect the expertise and offerings of CSU’s College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences.

Vida is designed by Clark & Enersen.