Did you know that dogs, like people, can suffer from high blood pressure (hypertension)? In fact, some breeds have a genetically increased risk of high blood pressure. Read on to learn more about the signs of high blood pressure in dogs and what to do.
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.
Staying up-to-date on your dog's rabies vaccinations is important for your dog's health, and it's the law in many states. The chances of a vaccinated dog getting rabies are very low, but no vaccine is considered 100% effective. Our North Boulder vets explain.
Canine distemper is a highly contagious but preventable disease that can attack your dog's immune system, gastrointestinal tract, or even their nervous system. Today, our vets explain how distemper is spread, signs that your dog may be infected, and how it can be prevented or treated.
Stomatitis is a painful condition that causes inflammation and ulcers in your cat's mouth. Here, our North Boulder vets explain the causes, symptoms, and treatments for this condition and how to help prevent your feline friend from developing stomatitis.
Sadly, cat teeth problems are a frequent reason for visits to our North Boulder veterinary clinic. More and more cats are suffering from dental health problems that could have been prevented. So how can you prevent your kitty from developing dental disease? Our vets explain.
While getting your cat microchipped isn't essential, it does offer your best chance of being reunited with your feline friend if they escape your home or become lost. Today, our North Boulder vets look at how microchips work and the benefits of microchipping your cat.
Bringing a new kitten into your life is an exciting experience. As a responsible pet owner, one of the most important decisions you can make is to have your kittens spayed or neutered. But when is the right time to get your kitten fixed? Our North Boulder vets offer advice on this question and more.