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Types of Bladder Stones in Cats

Types of Bladder Stones in Cats

Bladder stones are a fairly common condition that can cause your cat some uncomfortable symptoms. Our Thornton vets discuss what bladder stones are, how they affect your cat and how to manage them. 

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Cat Urinary Tract Infection and FLUTD

Cat Urinary Tract Infection and FLUTD

Although cats may experience urinary tract infections less commonly than other animals, they may frequently suffer from other urinary tract issues, especially as they age. Our vets in Thornton provide insight into the symptoms, causes, and treatment of urinary tract infections and other diseases in cats. 

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All About Ear Infections In Dogs

All About Ear Infections In Dogs

Our Thornton vets commonly see ear infections in dogs, especially in dogs with floppy ears. Most ear infections in dogs are easy to treat if caught early. Here are some of the signs of dog ear infections.

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This is why your cat won't eat

This is why your cat won't eat

Our Thornton vets know that cats can be picky eaters, so if your cat is refusing to eat it can be difficult to understand why. Here are a few reasons why your cat may not be eating, and when you should head to your vet. 

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Best Food for Dogs With Allergies

Best Food for Dogs With Allergies

Food allergies in dogs are uncommon but when they do occur the symptoms can make your canine pal very uncomfortable. Today, our Thornton vets share the best foods to feed your dog if they are diagnosed with food allergies.

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Dog Skin Problems: Scratching, Itching & More

Dog Skin Problems: Scratching, Itching & More

If your dog is itching, scratching, and licking, they may be suffering from a skin condition known as dermatitis. Our Thornton vets are her to explain some of the common causes and how you can give your pup some relief.

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Is My Cat Overweight?

Is My Cat Overweight?

You might not think that your cat gaining a few pounds is a bad thing, even just a few extra ounces can make a huge difference in your cat's overall health and wellbeing. Here is some advice from our Thornton vets about overweight cats.

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What To Do If My Dog Is Constipated

What To Do If My Dog Is Constipated

If your dog can't go to the bathroom properly, it can be quite uncomfortable for them and concerning for their owners. Our Thornton vets are here to share some common signs to look out for and how to help relieve your pooches discomfort.

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Will My Spayed Or Neutered Dog Live Longer?

Will My Spayed Or Neutered Dog Live Longer?

The decision to spay or neuter your dog can be a difficult one. There are so many considerations when making this decision but most pet owners can agree that if it will make your dog's life longer then it's no longer a difficult decision. Our Thornton vets are here to talk about whether or not that is the case.

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Caring For Your Dog After Surgery

Caring For Your Dog After Surgery

Not every pet parent will have to know how to take care of their dog after surgery. If the need were to arise, our Thornton vets are here to give you all the information you need to get your pooch back to normal in no time.

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