Dog Boarding in Castle Rock: 7 Tips to Get Your Dog Ready for a Local Kennel
November 12th, 2018 by Cherished Companions Animal Clinic
So, you’re thinking about boarding your dog at a local kennel in Castle Rock…
What are the key things you need to know?
We asked Dr. Jeff, one of our veterinarians, to share 7 tips to get your dog ready for boarding in Castle Rock.
How to Keep Your Cat Safe Outdoors
October 28th, 2018 by Cherished Companions Animal Clinic
“The backyard is calling, and I must go.” – Cat mantra
The best way to keep your cat safe… is to keep your cat indoors.
But that’s not always possible or desired. (We get it!)
Here are 10 tips from our veterinarians on how to keep your cat safe outdoors.
How to Introduce a Second Cat or Kitten (With as Little Drama as Possible)
October 2nd, 2018 by Cherished Companions Animal Clinic
So, you’re getting ready to bring a second cat or kitten into your home…
Everyone is delighted about the new addition to your family… except your cat that already lives there.
Hiss, hiss, me-ooooow!
We know that feline World War III is not your idea of a good time. That’s why we’ve asked Dr. Ivy, one of our cat veterinarians, for guidance.
Here are her tips to help you bring a second cat or kitten into your home, so you can introduce your cats with as little drama as possible.
How to Get Your Dog Ready for Hiking in Colorado
June 27th, 2018 by Cherished Companions Animal Clinic
Tips to get your dog trail-ready and have a good time
You’ve searched the web to find an awesome, dog-friendly trail.
You’ve filled up your Subaru with a tank of gas.
And those Colorado blue skies are calling to you…
But is your dog ready for hiking?
If you’re taking your dog hiking in Colorado, here are nine tips to get your dog ready and make sure your dog’s hike is a fun experience.
Heartworm Symptoms: Signs to Watch for in Colorado Dogs
October 2nd, 2017 by Cherished Companions Animal Clinic
Do you suspect your dog has heartworm disease?
Our Castle Rock veterinarians have put together this article on heartworm symptoms to help you keep your dog safe and healthy.
Bringing Home a Shelter Cat: 8 Tips to Make the Transition Easier
September 12th, 2017 by Cherished Companions Animal Clinic
So, you’re thinking about bringing home a shelter cat or kitten…
Congratulations! We hope your new kitty will make a wonderful addition to your family.
Here are 8 tips to make the transition easier for you and your feline friend.
Puppy Shot Schedule for Colorado Dogs
March 13th, 2017 by Cherished Companions Animal Clinic
So, you want to know the best puppy shot schedule for your Colorado pup…
Our Castle Rock veterinarians are happy to help!
We believe that most Colorado dogs don’t need every shot known to veterinary medicine.
That’s why we’ve put together a suggested puppy shot schedule for your pup.
It contains the most important vaccinations.
Canine Influenza Shot: Does My Dog Need It?
November 7th, 2016 by Cherished Companions Animal Clinic
Wondering if your dog needs the canine influenza shot?
It protects against the latest strain of dog flu.
Kitten Vaccinations For Your Feline Friend
December 27th, 2015 by Cherished Companions Animal Clinic
Have a new kitty? Here are 3 important kitten vaccinations
Congratulations on adding a kitten to your family! Those big ears. Those wide eyes. That playful personality.
Have you fallen in love yet? We hope so!
We’d like to introduce you to important kitten vaccinations for your Colorado kitty.
Kitten vaccinations can help protect your feline friend from many serious health problems.
We’ve also put together a few tips about the kitten vaccination process. (Think of these tips as a little extra catnip.) Scroll down to learn the essentials.
Okay, let’s chat about kitten vaccinations for Colorado cats…
Parvo in Puppies: Preventing and Treating Parvovirus
May 4th, 2015 by Dr. Carissa Huebert
Let me describe a scenario for you…
A father and daughter come into our Castle Rock veterinary clinic carrying a small puppy.
They recently got the puppy from a friend, and they’ve been having fun playing with it and getting to know it.
However, there’s a reason they’re bringing the puppy to us.