CT scans, X-rays or other technologies are used if your pet is experiencing a known condition or certain symptoms in order to get a better look at their internal structures. Below, our Thornton vets talk about what you can expect during your cat or dog's diagnostic imaging appointments and what x-rays, CT scans and more are used for.
When it comes to your pet living a happy, healthy life veterinary technology and diagnostics can help. In this post, our Thornton vets share some information about diagnosing your pet with an ECG and how it can help monitor the health of your cat or dog.
Ticks are a common pest across the United States and can cause a variety of severe conditions that can affect not only your dog but your family as well. In today's blog, our Thornton vets discuss some of the common tick borne diseases in dogs and how you can help protect your pup from potentially fatal conditions.
While having the ability to affect cats of all ages, urinary issues more frequently affect cats as they get older. Our internal medicine vets in Thornton offer some information about urinary problems in cats and what to expect if your cat suffers from UTIs or FLUTD.
Did you just get a brand new kitten and know they have started teething? You probably have many questions like what to expect and whether you can give them anything for pain or discomfort. Our vets in Thornton can answer your questions about teething in kittens and how you can help relieve their pain.
In order to provide your pet with a long and happy life you will need to give them more than a home and head pats. Your cat or dog will also need ongoing routine care. Our Thornton veterinarians talk about vet visits and how often you should bring your dog or cat in for a wellness exam.
Osteoarthritis is a progressive, degenerative condition in dogs that becomes more severe over time. There's no cure for this painful condition, however, our Thornton vets can provide treatments that may help manage the symptoms of osteoarthritis and allow your dog to enjoy a good quality of life as they age.
When you are considering adding a furry friend to the family you may be stuck between whether you want a dog or a cat. But why not consider raising both? Our Caring Hands Veterinary Hospital vets in Thornton offer some information on how to successfully raise a puppy and kitten together and some tips to make it easier.