1. Wellness Checks for Cats

    From rabies and ringworm to feline leukemia and heartworm, there are a wealth of illnesses that cats can acquire throughout their nine lives. Just like humans require routine checkups to ensure that nothing is out of the ordinary, your pet should also be taken to a professional who is capable of conducting a wellness check. If you have never taken your feline friend to a veterinary clinic near you…Read More

  2. Maintaining Your Dog’s Health with At-Home Care

    While veterinary clinics are essential for keeping your furry friend’s vaccine records up to date, identifying and treating illness or chronic disease, and performing routine or intensive surgeries, the truth is that pet care spans far beyond your local veterinary office. In fact, there are many reasons why you should consider making your pet’s health and wellbeing a priority while at home. Ju…Read More

  3. Fun Activities For You And Your Dog

    If you are looking for ways to keep both you and your pup active throughout the year, you’re not alone. In fact, many individuals find it difficult to provide their dog with a sufficient amount of physical activity that many canines require. However, there are countless activities that you can involve your dog in, so that both you and your pup stay at your healthiest. Loveland Veterinary Clinic …Read More

  4. Tips To Keep Your Pup Smiling

    Just like humans, dogs require a standard of care to ensure that they are in a state of optimal health throughout their life. We talked briefly about why routine checkups are important for your pet, however, there is much you can do at home to keep your pup both happy and healthy in between checkups. Failing to keep your dog’s health in check can lead to a host of problems that can cost you a gr…Read More

  5. Why Routine Pet Checkups Are Important

    While it may seem unreasonable to some to take their pet to a veterinary clinic for a routine checkup, the truth is that having your pet examined by a qualified veterinarian can do much to keep your pet in healthy spirits through preventative care. Not only is regular blood work necessary to monitor the health of your furry friend, a wellness check can alert pet owners and veterinarians of any red…Read More

  6. Choosing the Right Type of Food for Your Dog

    As a first-time dog owner, finding the right kind of food to support your dog’s diet can be difficult. With so many options to choose from, you may not know where to even begin. Contrary to what some may believe, not all types of dog food are the same. In fact, every type of dog food offers different nutritional elements that can be beneficial or detrimental for your dog. For this reason, it is …Read More

  7. 10 Signs You Should Take Your Dog to a Veterinarian

    As a dog owner, you’ve probably experienced a situation where your pet has sustained an injury whether from an accidental fall, or from over-excitement from playing too intensely. If you’ve noticed your pet hobbling about with a limp that doesn’t seem to heal on its own, there may be cause for concern. On the other hand, there have probably been times where your dog has healed on his or her …Read More

  8. Summer Pet Safety

    Long, relaxing days in the summer sun…they’re what so many of us long for all winter long. And while classic summertime activities might be just what the doctor ordered for you, the expert veterinarians at the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) warn some summer favorites can spell danger for our furry friends. "Most people love to spend the warmer days enjoying t…Read More

  9. Celebrate Pet Safety this Memorial Day

    As the unofficial start to summer, Memorial Day is a great excuse to get outdoors. But whether you’re partying, barbequing, or just soaking up some rays, it’s important to keep your pet’s safety in mind at all times. To prevent any Memorial Day mishaps, we’ve put together some tips to help protect animals during the “Dog Days” of the season. Party Smart Barbequing is one of the best pa…Read More