Ear Bleeding in Dogs

Ear Bleeding in Dogs

Bleeding in your dog's ears can be a concerning sign for any pet parent whether due to a minor irritation or a more serious issue. Here, our Boulder and Westminster emergency vets talk about the causes of bleeding ears in dogs, the symptoms that may occur and when to visit your vet.

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Why is my dog panting or feeling restless at night?

Why is my dog panting or feeling restless at night?

Have you noticed your dog panting or becoming more restless at night lately? You might understandably be feeling some concern. In this post, our Boulder and Westminster vets list dangerous and non-dangerous reasons your dog might be panting at night, as well as causes of panting at night and when to visit your veterinarian. 

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Is a dog vomiting blood an emergency?

Is a dog vomiting blood an emergency?

When it comes to our furry friends, their health and well-being are always a top priority. One concerning situation that pet owners may face is when their dog starts vomiting, especially if there is blood involved. But the question remains: is a dog vomiting blood an emergency? Today, our Boulder and Westminster vets will answer this question.

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Is a broken tooth in dogs an emergency?

Is a broken tooth in dogs an emergency?

Sometimes, dogs can chew something so hard, or suffer a traumatic injury, that one of their teeth breaks. Here, our Boulder and Westminster vets discuss broken teeth in dogs, how they happen, and what you can do to help.

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Is my cat overweight?

Is my cat overweight?

It's easy to think your bigger cat is just cuddlier and cuter the way they are, but those few extra pounds could be largely impacting their health. Our Boulder and Westminster vets explain how to tell if your cat is overweight and the associated health risks.

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Intestinal Blockage Surgery in Cats

Intestinal Blockage Surgery in Cats

With cats being so curious, it is possible for them to ingest something they shouldn't have, resulting in an intestinal blockage. Today, our Boulder and Westminster vets explain intestinal blockages in cats and the surgery that may be necessary.

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Best Dog Food for Dogs with Allergies

Best Dog Food for Dogs with Allergies

Food allergies are uncommon in dogs. However, when they do strike the symptoms can be concerning for both us and our canine companions. Today, our Boulder and Westminster veterinary dermatologist lists the best types of foods to help alleviate your dog's food allergy symptoms.

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My Cat Has a Cold: What Should I Do?

My Cat Has a Cold: What Should I Do?

Similar to people, cats can catch colds and exhibit some of the same symptoms, including a runny nose and sneezing. Here, our Boulder and Westminster vets talk about cat colds, including how kitties can catch them and when you should take your feline companion to visit the vet. 

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Best Guards Dogs for Your Family's Protection

Best Guards Dogs for Your Family's Protection

If you'd like a dog that will be loyal and affectionate while protecting you and the people you love, read on. Today, our Boulder and Westminster vets discuss some dog breeds that are well-suited to be guard dogs for families.

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How to Choose a Dog House for Cold Weather

How to Choose a Dog House for Cold Weather

Does your dog spend most of his days (and some nights) outside? Once the weather turns cold, you’ll want to invest in a winter dog house to keep your pooch warm during cold weather. Our Boulder and Westminster veterinarians share how to choose the best dog house for cold weather.

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