1. Adopting a Pet During the Holidays

    The holiday season is well underway in Northern Colorado, and people are out and about every day, trying to find those perfect gifts for everyone on their list. For some families, the little ones at home have been asking for a puppy or kitten all year long, and the parents may have plans to surprise their kids with a new pet this holiday season. While a dog or cat can be a great present, it’s im…Read More

  2. Is Your Pet Ready for Winter?

    Winter weather has definitely arrived in northern Colorado, and at Loveland Veterinary Clinic, we want you and your pets to be safe and warm this season. As your local veterinarian, we can provide any care that your animal may need during the winter. As their owner, though, there are some things that you can do to make sure they’re ready for the colder months of the year. In this post, we’ll l…Read More

  3. Fall Safety Tips for Your Pet

    Now that fall is here, you’re likely looking forward to cooler weather and spending more time at home after the hot days and busy schedule of the summer months. At Loveland Veterinary Clinic, we want your entire family to have a happy and healthy autumn, especially your pets. This season should be a fun and relaxing time for them as well, but there are some things to be aware of as the year grow…Read More

  4. How Back-to-School Time Can Affect Your Pets

    With August coming to an end, it means that back-to-school time is here once more. Parents and kids are having to adjust to new routines and activities, and everyone is trying to keep up with this time of the year and all that it demands. However, it’s important not to forget how back-to-school time can affect your pets. At Loveland Veterinary Clinic, we’re here to provide expert, compassionat…Read More

  5. Does Your Cat Seem Needy?

    When people think of cats, they often think about how aloof they can be, as well as how uninterested they often are when it comes to new people. However, there are cats out there that absolutely love people, and want to be near them at all times. If you’ve adopted a cat like this, then you may love how affectionate they are, but there can be drawbacks. For example, your cat may want to play at 2…Read More

  6. Helping Your Pet Meet New People

    When you bring home a new pet, you take the time to help them acclimatize to their new surroundings. They can meet your family members and any other pets you may own, but you may want to wait on introducing them to your friends and neighbors. While a puppy may be excited to meet everyone, an older dog may be hesitant around strangers. At Loveland Veterinary Clinic, our team is here to help your pe…Read More

  7. Caring for an Aging Pet

    When you adopt a pet or bring one home for the first time, all you can think about is how much fun it’s going to be to have an animal companion. You watch them grow in both personality and size, and you enjoy all the years you have together. However, every pet owner knows that someday, their animal friend will no longer be around, and it can be difficult to care for a pet as they get older. As L…Read More

  8. Leaving Your Pet at Home This Summer

    In our last blog, we talked about traveling with your pet during the summer and what things you would need to consider before hitting the road. At Loveland Veterinary Clinic, we always want what’s best for your animal, and if you’re going to be leaving your pet at home, then there are a few things to make sure are in place before you go on vacation. 1. Update Medications One of the first thing…Read More

  9. Traveling With Your Pet This Summer?

    As summer approaches, you likely begin to think about traveling to see family and friends. You may have time off from work or school, and you love hitting the road to explore new places or to visit familiar locales. Whatever the case may be, if you have a pet, it’s important to make a plan for them, especially if they’ll be traveling with you. At Loveland Veterinary Clinic, we can help you mak…Read More