1. Common Dog Allergies

    Although common and unfortunate, many dogs suffer from allergies during autumn. If your dog is one of them, you’re probably wondering what may be causing their horrific allergies. It can be sad to watch your pup go through this hard-to-bare season,  but one of the best pieces of knowledge to understand is what the allergies are being caused by. Common Fall Allergies For Dogs Dander Dust and hou…Read More

  2. 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

  3. What is Normal Chewing Behavior For Your Dog?

    Believe it or not, there is normal chewing behavior your dog is allowed to have. Previously, our veterinary clinic provided readers reasons their dog may be destructive; however, it’s important to understand dogs are allowed to chew, it’s just part of their genes. Read on to clarify what normal chewing behavior for your dog may entail. What is normal chewing behavior? Unfortunately, chewing be…Read More

  4. General Symptoms of Allergies in Dogs

    Your dog is your best friend! Understandably, it can be torturous watching them suffer from common allergies each year. And unfortunately, allergy season has just begun. If you have started noticing your dog act a little funny and unusual, we wouldn’t be surprised if it’s because they are suffering from common allergies many dogs suffer from each autumn. In our previous post, we started listin…Read More

  5. 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

  6. 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

  7. Should I Bathe My Cat?

    If you are a cat owner, you have undoubtedly seen your cat lower himself to the floor, lift a paw to his face, and lick himself repeatedly. He’s giving himself a bath! However, is kitty saliva enough to get him clean? It depends on that cat! If you have a particularly overweight cat, it’s likely that he is unable to reach all parts of his body to bathe. Some cats also get into something very m…Read More

  8. Training Tips for Your Dog

    Oh behalf of our Fort Collins veterinary clinic, we’d like to congratulate you on your new dog! Whether you have adopted an older dog from a shelter or a new puppy, here are a few tips and tricks you can use to get him trained and used to your house rules: Decide on rules ahead of time Many pet owners have a hard time training their pets because the rules change depending on who is home. Maybe y…Read More

  9. 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

  10. Do Bones Really Have Any Benefits To Your Pet’s Teeth

    If dogs had a favorite food, we’d like to think it would be bones. In fact bones are one of the items that pet stores sell the most of. For so long we hear people saying that giving your dog a bone helps keep their teeth healthy, but how accurate is this word of mouth advice that’s going around? Do bones clean your dog's teeth? The way that we like to look at this question is viewing it from o…Read More