X-Rays for Dogs

X-Rays for Dogs

Your dog has an x-ray (radiograph) coming up. You may be wondering about the process during the appointment and how you can prepare. In this post, our Boulder and Westminster vets explain what you can expect when you take your dog for an x-ray. 

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Is your dog overweight?

Is your dog overweight?

Although a few extra pounds to snuggle might seem harmless, obesity in dogs is increasing and threatening our four-legged best friends' longevity. Today, we look at the issues involved with overweight dogs, and what owners can do to help their pups. 

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Dog Chewing Problems: Why They Chew & How To Stop Them

Dog Chewing Problems: Why They Chew & How To Stop Them

Any pet parent will tell you that chewing is a relatively common issue among dogs and puppies. While it may be common, there are ways that you can help curb this activity in your dog. Here our Boulder and Westminster vets discuss the reasons why dogs chew and what steps you can take to stop them.

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Why does my dog eat grass?

Why does my dog eat grass?

If you've noticed your dog eats grass and thought it was odd, you're not alone! Our Boulder and Westminster vets get asked about this issue quite often, and they are here to share some common reasons why dogs eat grass and when to be concerned.

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What is GDV in dogs?

What is GDV in dogs?

Gastric dilatation and volvulus (GDV) is a life-threatening condition in dogs. It is normally seen in large, deep-chested breeds, but any dog of any size can suffer from it. Today, our Boulder and Westminster vets discuss GDV in dogs and why you should get your dog to the vet immediately if you notice symptoms.

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Heatstroke in Cats - Symptoms & What You Should Do

Heatstroke in Cats - Symptoms & What You Should Do

While our Boulder and Westminster emergency vets see fewer cases of heatstroke in cats than in dogs, it does happen. In today's post, we share some of the symptoms of heatstroke in cats, and what you should do if you think your cat is suffering from heatstroke. 

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Pet ICU - Critical Care for Dogs & Cats

Pet ICU - Critical Care for Dogs & Cats

Much like intensive care units for people, ICU for pets provides critically ill or injured dogs and cats with intensive - often life-saving - veterinary care. In today's post, our Boulder and Westminster veterinary specialists discuss the role of pet ICUs and when a pet may require critical care.

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How to Help a Choking Cat or Dog

How to Help a Choking Cat or Dog

If something gets lodged in your dog or cat's mouth or throat and they start to choke, our Boulder and Westminster emergency veterinarians recommend following these steps to help your pet. 

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How to Care for a Dog Wound at Home

How to Care for a Dog Wound at Home

Not every cut or graze your dog gets requires veterinary care, but it's important to know how to treat your dog's wounds and when it's time to head to the vet. Today our Boulder and Westminster vets provide tips on dog wound care at home.

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Splenectomy in Dogs: Everything You Should Know

Splenectomy in Dogs: Everything You Should Know

When it comes to our beloved dogs, their health and well-being are of utmost importance. However, there are times where certain medical conditions require surgical intervention. In this post, our Boulder and Westminster vets explore the details of splenectomy in dogs, including the surgery process, recovery time, associated risks, and the cost involved.

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