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Pet Parasites Prevention and Testing

Why is parasite prevention so important? Pet parasites can cause many diseases, some life threatening. Parasites cause disease by themselves or make other health issues worse. Especially important is the fact that some pet parasites are zoonotic. Meaning they can infect people. Children are more prone to parasite infestation than adults. This is due to…

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February is Pet Dental Month

February is National Pet Dental Month. Dental health is an important part of your pet’s overall health.  Dental problems cause, or be caused by, other health problems. Your pet’s teeth and gums need be checked at least once a year by your veterinarian. This exam is needed to check for early signs of a problem…

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Pet Health for the New Year

Many of us reflect on what we would like to change in the New Year to make our lives healthier. Loosing weight, being more active, feeling better, etc. But what about your pets?  You may not know what to do to help your pet’s health. Many of our pets can benefit from having some New…

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Holiday threats to your pet!

We know you wants your furry “children” to have the best holiday season possible! With the holiday season coming up, many people include their four legged family in activities. As you prepare for the holidays, it is important to try to keep your pet’s life style and habits (especially diet and exercise) routine as possible.…

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Exotic pets and birds need examinations.

Why should I bring in my exotic pet? New pet are fun, especially when they are uncommon. The veterinary staff at Adams County Animal Hospital want to take a moment and explain why exams on exotic pets and birds are so important. Exotics pets and birds, while fun, can hide dangerous health risks. Arvada veterinarians…

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Easter is this weekend…

We all like to treat our pets like family, but please keep in mind that there is human food and celebration items that can be hazardous and toxic to your pet in ingested. Easter Lilies are toxic if ingested and Easter basket stuffing may cause obstructions. Please visit https://www.aspca.org/pet-care/animal-poison-control/people-foods-avoid-feeding-your-pets for information on foods/drinks that pets…

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Spring Is Almost Here!

Spring Is Almost Here! With spring almost here, we want to remind you that with this warm weather, heartworm season follows! So make sure your pet is ready by making sure they are protected by giving them their monthly preventative medication.

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