1. Learn What Toys May Help Relieve Your Dog’s Anxiety & Boredom

    In our previous blog posts, we started giving readers reasons why their dog may be acting out. Acting out using destructive chewing behaviors can be damaging to your house and the relationship you have with your dog. Our veterinarian in Fort Collins is ready to provide you with the information needed to help your dog improve their behavior if they tend to feel anxious and stressed by using certain…Read More

  2. How To Prevent Your Dog From Destruction

    Although our dogs are our best friends, it’s easy to get upset with them when they are destructive. You may be thinking you don’t have a choice but to just deal with the destruction, but this is a lie! Your dog’s destruction from chewing can be fixed, but it’ll take dedication, work, patience and love. But first, there are a few questions you need to answer before you can learn how to prev…Read More

  3. Don’t Let Your Dog Be Affected By Allergies This Season

    Watching your furry friend suffer from allergies while they lay beside you is a hard thing to do. Not only do you feel helpless as their leader, their master and their best friend, but you feel bad for how much they may be suffering. If you’d like to get down to the bottom of their allergies, it’s important you read more about the common signs they are suffering from allergies in our previous …Read More

  4. Is Your Dog Destructive? Learn Why!

    Dogs are a man’s best friend, yet sometimes they have the worst way of letting us know they love us. You may be wondering how this could possibly be, but think about it. Some dogs, mostly puppies, are destructive which can make you rethink their love for you. Let’s face it; you’re the one who will be cleaning up the mess they’ve created. To get down to the bottom of the destruction, let’…Read More

  5. Can My Dog Have Allergies?

    It’s the start of fall and many pet owners are noticing their dog acting a little funny. Whether your dog is scratching their ears all too often, or they’re eyes are almost always filled with goop, autumn marks the start of allergy season. Yes, pets can have allergies too! If your pet has started showing signs of allergies, you may be concerned; our veterinarian doesn’t blame you! Let us hel…Read More

  6. Why You Need To Spay And Neuter Your Pet

    When you adopt a pet, one of the first things that needs to be done is spaying/neutering. We’re sure you’ve heard the advice many times, but why exactly is it so important? Overpopulation Not spaying or neutering your pets combined with one night out on the town can equal more little pups and kittens running around. According to The Humane Society, “there are an estimated 6-8 million homeles…Read More

  7. Signs That Your Pup Might Be Pregnant

    There are very few things that equate to the joy of a newborn puppy. From their floppy first steps to their tiny little faces, puppies are something we can all welcome into our lives with open arms. As your Fort Collins veterinarian, I want to ensure that your pets are always in happy and healthy states. One of the times that it becomes extremely important to take strides in your pet’s life is w…Read More

  8. Benefits To Microchipping Your Pet

    Veterinary practice is evolving at a quick rate, and technology is a big reason that it’s possible for us to progress. With technology that helps us determine what’s wrong with your pet as well as tools that make the process easier, we are able to provide pets with a better life. However, technological advances also help out owners. One of the biggest advancements that we’ve made is the abil…Read More

  9. New Year’s Resolutions You Can Keep For Your Pet

    Each New Year provides an opportunity for you to inflict positive change in your life. While improving your health and vowing to travel more are great resolutions to make, the team of vets at Countryside Animal Hospital believe that your pets can, and should, benefit from a few New Year's resolutions. If you’re looking to change your life this coming year, don’t stop there. Make a difference i…Read More

  10. How To Prevent & Care Colds For Your Pet

    Fall and winter bear the dreadful cold season. You might be surprised to find out that this statement doesn’t hold truth to only humans, but to our pets as well; especially the pets we have in our homes! As temperatures drop outside, more and more time is being spent in the confinement of our homes that just so happen to also be housing hundreds of germs. Our pets become equally susceptible to c…Read More