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Saying goodbye to your pets-What to Expect and How to Prepare

Saying Goodbye--What to expect and How to prepare         One of the most difficult parts of being a pet owner is when the time comes to say goodbye Read More

Summertime Hazards for your Vail Valley and Eagle Pets

Memorial Day Holiday is almost here and thus the beginning of summer for all your Vail Valley and Eagle Pets! Summer is our favorite time of year with our pets, Read More

Thyroid Disease in your Vail Valley and Eagle Pets

Thyroid disease in your Vail Valley and Eagle pets is very common, especially as your pets age. The “thyroid glands” are found on each side of your pet’s neck and produce Read More

Common Eye Issues in your Vail Valley and Eagle Dogs

Common eye issues in your Vail Valley and Eagle Dogs A dog’s eye, as that of a human eye, is an integral part of the body as it miraculously converts reflected Read More

Angry Ears -- Managing Your Pets Ear Infection

As spring continues to make its way into the Vail Valley with summertime not far behind, the warmer weather can bring up medical maladies in our furry family members. Along Read More

My Pet is Limping...What do I do Next?

One common cause for veterinary visits for dogs and cats is limping. Whether it is a front leg, a back leg, or appears to shift from limb to limb, scheduling Read More

Spring Time Injuries in your Vail Valley And Eagle Pets

Springtime Injuries in your Vail Valley and Eagle Pets The snow will soon be gone, and the days will become longer and warmer! With the onset of warm weather, our Emergency Read More

Heartworm Testing in your Vail Valley and Eagle Pets

Heartworm Testing in your Vail Valley Pets   As an Eagle Veterinarian and Vail Valley Veterinarian for over 25 years, I have seen a lot of changes in diagnostic technology for pets, Read More

Diabetes in your Vail Valley Pets

Diabetes in Pets             Diabetes is a disease well recognized in humans, but did you know that our dogs and cats can also be prone to Read More

What to do when your Vail Valley pet gets injured!

Wounds and Lacerations: What to do when your dog gets injured               Although we do our best as pet owners to keep our canine companions as safe Read More

Thanksgiving hazards to your Vail Valley Pets!

Thanksgiving Holiday is here! With the Covid-19 pandemic, most Vail Valley pet owners are staying home with their pets this year! With the decrease in outdoor dining, most of us Read More

Fear Free Vet Visits for your Vail Valley Pets!

How to Make Your Pet’s Vet Visit Fear-Free             Just like our own visits to the doctor, our pets’ visits to their veterinarian can be extremely Read More

Arthritis in your Vail Valley Pets!

Sitting Stiff-Canine Arthritis and What To Do About It             Have you started noticing your older dog slowing down, showing an unwillingness to jump in or Read More

Lumps and Bumps in your Vail Valley Pets!

Lumps and bumps and all those things on your Vail Valley Pets!   While Covid-19 has left may pet owners home taking care of their pets, we have seen a rise in Read More

Smoke is in the air! Asthma in cats!

Smoke is in the air! With wildfires continuing to burn throughout the state and the country, our air quality is decreasing and clean air is not always easy to find. Humans Read More

Preventative Veterinary Care in your Vail Valley Pet

The Importance of Preventative Veterinary Care             The last time you went to the doctor for a check-up they probably asked if you wanted to schedule Read More

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