1. Keep Your Puppy Warm This Winter

    It’s no secret that temperatures drop at a rapid rate here in Colorado. When this happens, we often forget that our furry friends are capable of getting cold too. While they’re covered in fur, dogs definitely get cold too, and certain breeds react better to the cool weather than others. Countryside Animal Hospital has a few quick tips for you on ways to keep your four legged friend warm this w…Read More

  2. A Natural Way To Control Fleas For Your Cat

    Fleas are pesky little guys that drive our pets insane. The matter gets worse when they’ve got a good fur coat to make a home in. This reality is one that cat owners are often worried about, especially if the cat is an outdoor cat. For cat owners that want to keep their cat free of fleas, flea treatments are an obvious answer, but it’s hard to agree to that when the chemical based flea treatme…Read More

  3. When You Add A Dog To A Cat Household

    Cats and dogs have often been able to keep the peace when the cat is only a mere visitor, spending most of their time outside. But as we all know, cats need attention, and when they aren’t the center of it, tension rises. For homes that have one or more sassy indoor cats, what happens when you decide to add a dog to the mix? The first step to making making a home harmonious for a cat and dog i…Read More

  4. Brushing Your Pet’s Teeth

    Most people don’t know that your pet’s teeth are just as important as your own when it comes to routine maintenance. Every pet should have their teeth professionally looked out, but they should also have routine brushings at home. While many vet’s will suggest that brushing should happen every day, it’s great to get your pet’s teeth brushed at least once or twice a week. This keeps them …Read More