C-Section for Dogs: Everything You Should Know
Our Boulder and Westminster vets discuss below what you need to do if your dog is stung by a bee.
Does your dog have an upcoming surgery that requires anesthesia? In this post, our Boulder and Westminster veterinarians share everything an owner needs to know about anesthesia for dogs.
Like humans, the recovery period following a surgery for cats is just as important as the operation itself. It's important that owners know how to properly care for their feline friends post-op. Here, our Boulder and Westminster veterinarians share what you need to know about cats recovering from surgery.
Plenty of dog owners are familiar with their pup's eating something they aren't supposed to, including inedible objects. Here, our Boulder and Westminster vets go over intestinal blockage surgery in dogs, what to expect from it, and how you can help your dog recover from it.
An aural hematoma in cats is a blood blister that can develop on the ear. It can be very uncomfortable and lead to other health issues in the ear if left untreated. Today, our Boulder and Westminster veterinarians discuss aural hematomas in cats and how they are treated.
Constipation is one of the most common digestive issues seen in dogs. This gastrointestinal condition can happen to any dog, regardless of breed, age, or size. Here, our Boulder and Northside Emergency Pet Clinics vets explain possible causes and treatments of constipation in dogs.
Any dog owner would be understandably concerned if their pooch is breathing heavily for a long period of time. Our Boulder and Westminster vets explain what's considered heavy breathing in dogs, the symptoms and potential causes, and when you should call a vet.
Dogs are active, curious creatures and sometimes their sense of adventure leads to wounds and injuries that need attention. So how can you treat your dog's wounds and when does your dog's injury need veterinary care? Our Boulder and Westminster emergency vets are here to explain.
If your dog has diarrhea you'll want to know why and find a cure FAST! Today, our Boulder and Westminster emergency vets discuss some common causes of diarrhea in dogs, when to call your vet and strategies for helping your dog recover normal GI function.
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