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.
Just like us, our pets are also prone to accidents and injury, sometimes serious. But how can we tell if our pets are in need of urgent or emergency care? Our Thornton vets are here to explain which situations require emergency veterinary care and how you can prepare.
Over the course of their life, your dog may develop various lumps and bumps on their body. While most of these will not be concerning you should always have any new growths checked out by their veterinarian. Here our Thornton vets discuss the various types of skin cancer in dogs and how they are diagnosed and treated.
If you have an aggressive dog or one that becomes uncontrollable during the grooming process then keeping them clean may be a daunting task. In this post, our Thornton vets talk about aggression and why some dogs may become aggressive during the grooming process.
If you have a cat then you know that one of their daily rituals is thorough self-cleaning. But what happens when they get older and are no longer able to? Here, our Thornton vets talk about senior cat grooming and how you can help them clean and prevent matted hair.