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How to Calm Your Dog’s Vet Anxiety

How to Calm Your Dog’s Vet Anxiety

Not many dogs are huge fans of visiting the vet. However, regular vet visits and annual exams are critical to your pet’s health. At Animal Care Center of Castle Pines, we are committed to creating a calm, enjoyable environment for your pet whenever they visit our...

Diagnosing and Treating Diabetes in Pets

Diagnosing and Treating Diabetes in Pets

Diabetes affects many mammals, including humans, dogs, cats, horses, and pigs. Although diabetes can not be cured, it can be managed successfully. With assistance from the veterinary team at Animal Care Center of Castle Pines, your dog or cat can live a happy and...

Is Periodontal Disease in Dogs Reversible?

Is Periodontal Disease in Dogs Reversible?

Did you know that 8 out of 10 adult dogs suffer from dental problems such as periodontal disease? Sadly, most dogs suffer from periodontal disease, even though it is a completely preventable issue. The friendly vets at Animal Care Center in Castle Pines would like to...

Are Lilies Toxic to Cats?

Are Lilies Toxic to Cats?

If you are an avid gardener, or you have a passion for indoor house plants, there may be a possibility that you have lilies in your home or your garden. Unfortunately, this can be a very dangerous thing if you have cats in your home.  All parts of the lily plant are...

Is It An Emergency If My Dog Breaks A Tooth?

Is It An Emergency If My Dog Breaks A Tooth?

Your dog broke a tooth—what do you do? Is a broken dog tooth an emergency?  If you realize your dog has broken a tooth, you don’t need to panic, but it is important to seek dental care as soon as possible to avoid any further issues or complications with their tooth...

How To Brush Your Cat’s Teeth

How To Brush Your Cat’s Teeth

Brushing your cat’s teeth is very important to her overall health. Over 50% of all cats over three years old have developed periodontal disease as a result of plaque and tartar buildup. While periodontal disease cannot be eliminated once it develops, it can be...

How To Brush Your Dog’s Teeth

How To Brush Your Dog’s Teeth

Do you brush your dog’s teeth at home regularly? Two-thirds of dogs over the age of three have periodontal disease, which can be prevented by brushing your dog’s teeth often. Periodontal disease starts with inflammation or infection of your dog’s gum tissue...

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...

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