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Have a New Puppy? Important Puppy Vaccinations

January 19th, 2015 by Cherished Companions Animal Clinic

Jolene and Mark prepare Juneau for his initial puppy vaccinations

Time for Your Puppy Vaccinations?

Do you have a new puppy? If yes, congratulations on the newest member of your family! You’re in for a wonderful adventure. Cherished Companions is ready to help you start strong with worry-free puppy vaccinations.

Whether this is your first puppy or you could use a little puppy refresher, we want to introduce you to four important puppy vaccinations for Colorado dogs. These vaccinations can protect your pup from a range of serious illnesses.

If you’re new to the puppy vaccination process, our veterinarians always conduct an exam first to make sure your puppy is healthy enough to receive the vaccines. (Learn more in: Pet vaccinations – 8 great questions from Colorado pet parents.)

Ready to learn about puppy vaccinations for Colorado dogs? Let’s go! (more…)

Pet Vaccinations: 8 Great Questions from Colorado Pet Parents

October 8th, 2014 by Cherished Companions Animal Clinic

Linda is taking her puppy to the vet for pet vaccinations.

We love that Castle Rock pet families like to be “in the know,” particularly when it comes to your puppies and kittens! We’ve put together some of the best questions we’re asked about pet vaccinations. We want to help you feel comfortable with the pet vaccination process.

(Want to learn more about pet vaccinations for adult dogs and cats? Check out our pet vaccination services.)


Important Pet Immunizations for Summer in Colorado

June 2nd, 2014 by Cherished Companions Animal Clinic

With his pet immunizations up-to-date, Buddy is ready to camp with James.

This week, we have pet immunizations on our mind. Specifically, we want to talk about pet immunizations that are important for the summer in Castle Rock.

Colorado offers so much for our pets during the summer. But with all the good, we also get some interesting summer hazards. Hiking trails, dog parks, kennels and groomers, and even your own backyard can open your pet up to the risk for disease.

Here’s a look at the pet immunizations that your pet family may need to navigate the summer with ease!


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