October 23rd, 2017 by Cherished Companions Animal Clinic
There are times when dog teeth extractions can help your furry friend feel better. And there are other times when teeth extractions just aren’t necessary!
Let our Castle Rock veterinarians help guide you. We’ve put together the five questions we’re most frequently asked about this canine dental procedure, so you can make informed decisions for your pup.
June 26th, 2017 by Cherished Companions Animal Clinic
Your cat has been acting strange lately…
Eating a lot. Drinking a lot. Losing weight. Crying more than usual. And making a lot of trips to the litter box.
April 24th, 2017 by Cherished Companions Animal Clinic
“Can I give my dog pain medications designed for humans?”
It’s a great question!
First, any time you want to give your dog drugs, call our veterinarians first. Our Castle Rock vets know your dog. We can help you choose wisely and figure out the right dosages.
Second, there are some drugs you should not give your dog. Here’s a quick look at them.
January 30th, 2017 by Cherished Companions Animal Clinic
6 tips to help your pet feel more comfortable
Have you noticed your dog or cat just isn’t as active as in days past? Maybe your kitty is reluctant to jump on things she used to? Or perhaps your dog takes longer to get up, isn’t as sure footed on your wood floors or is limping?
Your cat or dog may be showing signs of arthritis.
August 29th, 2016 by Cherished Companions Animal Clinic
We’re excited to share that our Castle Rock veterinarians now offer laser treatment for dogs and cats (also known as “laser therapy”). We welcome pet families from across Castle Rock and the Denver area.
Laser treatment for dogs and cats is painless. It has virtually no side effects. And it’s yet another way we can make your furry friend more comfortable.
We’d love to fill you in!
March 2nd, 2015 by Cherished Companions Animal Clinic
We know you want to see your dog or cat live as long and full a life as possible. Dogs and cats age rapidly, so big health changes are not uncommon in short amounts of time. That’s where blood tests for older pets become helpful.
December 15th, 2014 by Cherished Companions Animal Clinic
Today we want to explore a fairly common health issue: low thyroid in dogs.
Low thyroid disease can affect just about every dog breed, as well as both males and females. It tends to be more common in middle-aged golden retrievers, labrador retrievers, Doberman pinschers, English sheepdogs, boxers, poodles, cocker spaniels and other mid- to large-size dogs.