We love our camping trips/family travel and explorations.
prior to travel make sure:
–vaccines are up to date: make sure your pet is up to date on vaccines, Rabies is here in Colorado (2 cases recently), leptospirosis: a bacteria transmitted via the urine of animals, humans are susceptible, make sure your pet is vaccinated! We do offer the rattlesnake vaccine. in addition, prevent any harm with our traveling puppies by updating their Distemper/Parvo vaccine.
–health certificate: if traveling interstate we can ensure all of your documentation is up to date!
–water/food: pack a pet cooler with extra water and food in case your adventures are extended your pet will have plenty of basics
–first aid kit: a puppy first aid kit is always recommended-have some bandage materials, duct tape, AND BENADRYL for just in case situations. the normal body temperature for a dog is 100.5 – 102.5F, respirations range from 16 – 40BPM and heart rate ranges from 60 – 120 without activity
- Canine Respiratory Disease Outbreak
- Arthritis Awareness Month!
- Hills to Home-Food delivered to your door!
- Grain Free Diets and Heart Disease
- House Calls and Home Care
- WILDFIRE Pet Preparedness
- Spring Wellness Promotions Highlight Skin Care Products and Allergy Awareness
- Canine Cough? It’s Still Out There!
- Updated 3/3/20: Recent Coronavirus Outbreak and Pets, Should I Be Worried?
- Hidden dental conditions
- Make this Halloween Pet Safe!
- 2nd Annual Tails-n-Trails Run/Walk, 8:30 am on June 8, 2019
- Dr. Susan Becomes Fear Free Certified!!
- We do HOUSECALLS!
- February is Dental Awareness Month!
- Unraveling the Myths About Pet Food