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Treating Diabetes in Cats

Treating Diabetes in Cats

Feline diabetes is a challenging disease that requires treatment from a committed veterinarian. If your cat suffers from diabetes, Animal Care Center of Castle Pines can help. Our expert veterinarians excel at treating diabetes in cats. With dedicated care, your cat...

Introduction to Canine Rehabilitation

Introduction to Canine Rehabilitation

For dogs recovering from injuries or suffering from chronic pain, rehabilitation therapy can help. The veterinarians at  Animal Care Center of Castle Pines are experts in rehabilitation and pain management for dogs. We offer pain management consultations and...

Managing Chronic Pain in Dogs

Managing Chronic Pain in Dogs

Pain management for dogs begins with identifying the pain and diagnosing the cause. Although dogs feel pain from illness, injury, allergic reactions, and degenerative conditions, they don’t always show it. There are a number of reasons your dog might begin to slow...

How Does Chronic Pain Affect Your Dog’s Behavior?

How Does Chronic Pain Affect Your Dog’s Behavior?

Dogs suffer from many of the same afflictions that humans do, but they don’t always show it. Hiding pain is part of a dog's survival instinct, which means that many dogs silently suffer from injuries, allergies, and diseases. It’s important to learn to recognize signs...

Helping Your Dog Recover After TPLO Surgery

Helping Your Dog Recover After TPLO Surgery

The ultimate success of a TPLO surgery depends on the recovery process. To regain optimal movement, your dog will need special care and carefully monitored activity throughout recovery. The skilled surgeons and dedicated rehabilitation team at Animal Care Center of...

What Is the Success Rate for TPLO Surgery in Dogs?

What Is the Success Rate for TPLO Surgery in Dogs?

CCL tears are one of the most common and most serious injuries in dogs. A CCL rupture can permanently impair your dog’s mobility, so it’s important to seek treatment right away. Because of its high success rate, TPLO surgery has become the treatment of choice. TPLO...

Treatment Options for a Torn ACL in Dogs

Treatment Options for a Torn ACL in Dogs

Has your dog suddenly started experiencing lameness in one hind leg? It could be due to a torn knee ligament. A torn ACL in dogs (actually their CCL) is a very common injury. Besides lameness, other symptoms include sitting abnormally, swelling of the knee, and...

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