1. Caring for Your Pet in Winter

    At Loveland Veterinary Clinic, we love caring for animals throughout the entire year. As your veterinarian, we’re dedicated to making sure your pets are happy and healthy, and we want to make sure that any situation that arises is taken care of as soon as possible. With winter on its way along the Front Range, it’s important to make sure that you and your pets are prepared for the cold and sno…Read More

  2. 3 Things to Do With a New Pet

    In our last blog post, we talked about getting a new pet for the holidays, and how you can prepare for your new furry friend joining your family this year. If you just can’t wait until December, and you’re getting a new dog, cat, or another animal right away, then this post is for you. In it, we’ll cover three things you can do with your new pet. At Loveland Veterinary Clinic, we’re here t…Read More

  3. Getting a New Pet for the Holidays?

    When you were a child, you may have written “a puppy” or “a kitten” on your holiday wish list every year. You did this until your parents finally relented and got you a furry friend, and it was perhaps the greatest holiday season of your childhood. As an adult, you may want to give your kids the same the joy that you experienced, but if you’re considering getting a new pet around the hol…Read More

  4. How to Find a New Veterinarian

    If you’ve recently moved to a new city, or you finally got the kids that puppy they’ve been begging you for, then you might be looking for a veterinarian. Finding the right vet is key to your animal’s health and happiness, but it’s also important for your peace of mind when it comes to your animals. At Loveland Veterinary Clinic, we love meeting new people and making sure that their pets g…Read More

  5. Why Fall is the Right Time to Adopt a Pet

    September is now here, which means that fall will soon arrive. In Northern Colorado, we’ve already seen some of the leaves begin to change, and we’ve had a few days here and there of cooler weather. If you’ve been thinking about adopting a pet this year, then fall could be the perfect time to do so. As your veterinarian in Loveland, we can examine your new dog or cat and make sure that they…Read More

  6. 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

  7. 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

  8. 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