Preventive care is the foundation for your pet's life-long good health. These exams allow your vet to catch early signs of disease, illness, and harmful conditions. Here are some tips from our [SITEWID][LOCATION] vets about how to prepare for preventive care and why it's so vitally important.
Properly caring for your cat after surgery is fundamental to their recovery process. Giving your cat the care they need after surgery will help get them back to their normal self as fast as possible and our Thornton vets are here to give you all the information you need to care for your cat after surgery.
New dog owners frequently ask us if they should consider getting their puppy fixed. Our Thornton vets are here to explain how spaying or neutering your dog can not only prevent unwanted puppies, but it can be incredibly beneficial for behavioral and health issues.
Annual vet exams for your pet allow your vet to track your pet's health, check for early symptoms of disease, and provide appropriate preventive care protecting your pet against life-threatening illnesses. Today our Thornton vets explain why routine exams are so important to your pet's health.
Joint pain is a common condition affecting dogs of all ages, affecting their quality of life and potentially leading to quite serious conditions and injuries if left unchecked. This pain may be hard to notice unless you know what to look for. So,
The symptoms your dog is experiencing could be signs of a serious illness such as parvovirus or leptospirosis. Today our Thornton vets explain the basics about Parvo, lepto and 4 other dog illnesses that can be serious but are surprisingly common.