Socialization and time with other dogs are great for our canine companions, but it is essential to take steps to protect your pup against common canine conditions that spread quickly and easily in social settings. Today our North Boulder vets discuss some conditions that spread quickly from one dog to another in social settings and steps you can take to reduce your dog's risk of becoming ill.
From advice about parasites to information about common pet illnesses, our North Boulder veterinarians share helpful tips and advice to help you keep your pets healthy and happy.
If your cat's thyroid doesn't work as it should, hormone levels can become too high, (hyperthyroidism), putting your cat at risk of developing a number of serious health problems. Here, our North Boulder vets explain how diet can play a key role in helping to reduce your cat's symptoms.
When the temperature rises, heatstroke becomes a serious threat to your dog's health. Heatstroke can be fatal if not treated immediately so knowing the signs, and what to do if your dog has heatstroke could save your pup's life. Our North Boulder vets explain...
Suddenly your pup stops, extends their neck, and lets out a strange snorting sound - you have likely just witnessed a reverse sneeze. While it can be alarming to witness, reverse sneeze in small dogs is common. In today's post, our North Boulder vets explain the phenomenon of reverse sneezing in dogs.
Parvovirus is an extremely contagious, often deadly, virus that spreads through contact with infected dogs or contaminated objects such as bowls or toys. Our North Boulder vets share important facts about parvovirus that you need to know to help keep your pup healthy.
Vet checkups are important for your cat's health, but how often should you bring your cat to the vet? Today, our North Boulder vets explain how often you should bring your cat to the vet for checkups and preventive care based on their age and overall health.