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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Dog ACL - What is it and how is it treated?

Dog ACL - What is it and how is it treated?

Many people are familiar with ACL injuries in athletes but did you know your dog can also tear their ACL? Read on to find out more from our Boulder and Westminster vets on what the differences are between ACL injuries in dogs and people, and how ACL injuries are treated in dogs.  

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My cat sleeps constantly - how much is too much and when should I worry?

My cat sleeps constantly - how much is too much and when should I worry?

No doubt about it, cats love to sleep. But how much is too much? In this post, our Boulder and Westminster vets explain why your cat might be sleeping so much and when you should be concerned about it.

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C-Section for Dogs: Everything You Should Know

C-Section for Dogs: Everything You Should Know

What does natural labor look like for a dog and when is emergency assistance needed? Will your dog need a C-section when it's time to give birth? Here, our Boulder and Westminster vets explain everything owners of pregnant dogs should know about C-sections for dogs.

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Dogs Stung By Bees: What Do I Need To Do?

Dogs Stung By Bees: What Do I Need To Do?

Our Boulder and Westminster vets discuss below what you need to do if your dog is stung by a bee.

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Anesthesia for Dogs: Everything You Should Know

Anesthesia for Dogs: Everything You Should Know

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.

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Diagnostic Imaging: X-Rays vs. CT Scans vs. MRIs

Diagnostic Imaging: X-Rays vs. CT Scans vs. MRIs

Diagnostic imaging is an exceptional tool used by our Boulder and Westminster vets to help us pinpoint the cause, extent, or seriousness of your pet's illness or injury. Depending on your pet's condition, the type of diagnostic imaging used will vary. Below are a few of the tests that your vet may recommend to help diagnose or treat your dog or cat.

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Cats Recovering from Surgery: What to Know

Cats Recovering from Surgery: What to Know

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.

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Dog Intestinal Blockage Surgery

Dog Intestinal Blockage 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.

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