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When should you microchip your pet?

Why should you microchip your pet? Have you ever left your door open just for a moment? Pets can be fast and microchips can significantly increase your chances of being reunited with your pet should they sneak off. The American Humane Association estimates that over...

When to Spay or Neuter Your Pet

You have a puppy or kitten and it’s time for the proverbial “snip-snip.” You’ve consulted with Dr. Google and learned that you absolutely MUST spay or neuter at 6 months of age. But you also learned that you absolutely MUST spay or neuter at 12 months of age. Or you...

Pet of the Month – August

Police Service Dog "Ronin" is a Belgian Malinois and is one of two PSD's that serve at the Castle Rock Police Department. Titan is trained in narcotics detection and suspect apprehension. Ronin and his handler, Officer Thompson, patrol the streets of Castle Rock in...

Pet of the Month – July

Police Service Dog "Titan" is a Belgian Malinois and is one of two PSD's that serve at the Castle Rock Police Department. Titan is trained in narcotics detection and suspect apprehension. Titan and his handler, Officer Brown, patrol the streets of Castle Rock in their...

Pet of the Month – June

Meet Our Pet of the Month - Perri! Perri is a Dachshund Jack Russell mix, and she's rescue from Denver Dachshund Rescue. Her family got her in July of 2016. She's a total sweetheart who loves her home and her family very much. Sometimes Perri can be a bit stubborn,...

Pet of the Month- May

Ranger is an (almost) 11 year old Greater Swiss Mountain Dog who was has lived with us since the day he was born.   We are fortunate to be his breeders as well as his “humans”. At three months of age Ranger won “Best Puppy in Match” at our breed National Specialty and...

Pet of the Month- April

Meet Our April Pet of the Month - Lexi! Lexi is an adorable Golden Retriever who was adopted by her owners when she was just 10 months old. Her family got her free of charge after her breeder was forced to take her back from the original owner because she was...

Feline House-soiling

Feline House-soiling can be a complex problem to solve, but there are ways to prevent, manage, and resolve feline house-soiling behaviors. Your cat does not urinate or defecate outside the box to spite you, but because specific physical, social, or medical needs are...

Pet of The Month – February

February's Pet of the Month is a Boston Terrier named Nelson Cannon! He's 10 1/2 years old and a total sweetie. Recently, he had a bit of dental trouble! He came in for an annual exam and his doctor noticed that one of his teeth was fractured. A tooth fracture is most...

Pet of The Month- January

This girl  was born on Thanksgiving along with her two sisters and one brother. She was half the size of her siblings and has some health issues. She came in to see Dr James when she was 5 days old and it was discovered that she has a large umbilical hernia as well as...

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