In today's post, our Boulder and Westminster veterinarians explain the different types of hernias seen in cats, the surgery used to treat cat hernias and factors that affect the cost of cat hernia surgery.
Hip dysplasia is a common condition in dogs characterized by the abnormal formation of one or both hips. Here our Boulder and Westminster vets discuss the causes and symptoms of hip dysplasia in dogs, and the surgeries performed to treat this painful condition.
Antifreeze is a common and deadly hazard for dogs, as it takes only a tiny amount of this potent chemical to cause fatal damage to a dog's internal organs. Our Boulder and Westminster vets describe symptoms of antifreeze poisoning, and what you should do if you see your dog consuming it.
Is your dog is staggering like they are drunk, unable to keep their balance? If your dog keeps falling over it could be due to a number of medical issues. Here, our Boulder and Westminster vets explain causes of staggering and loss of balance in dogs.
Pets play with exuberance and enthusiasm without much thought about what could happen. Their carefree energy means that accidents and injuries are common occurrences for pets. To help you cope when pet emergencies happen, our Boulder and Westminster vets share the basics of first aid for dogs and cats.
Concerned pet parents often contact our Boulder and Westminster animal emergency clinic concerned about the potential health effects of their dog eating grass. To help put your mind at ease if your pup loves to nibble grass, here are a couple of possible causes and some things you can do to try and curb their habit.
Here, our Boulder and Westminster vets share what to do if your dog is choking, including how to perform the Heimlich maneuver.
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