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What to Bring When Hiking with Your Dog

What to Bring When Hiking with Your Dog

There is nothing better than hiking with your pet here in the amazing Colorado mountains. We put together a great list of everything you need to have a fantastic day of hiking with your pet. Identification: Make sure your pup has a collar with tags that have your...

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Let’s Talk Cannabis

Let’s Talk Cannabis

Did you know that all vertebrates have an Endocannabinoid System (ECS)? The ECS helps regulate the body’s homeostasis (balance) and allows the cells to comminute with each other, making sure the body is function properly. When the ECS is deficient in any way, it can...

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Let’s Talk Allergies In Pets

Let’s Talk Allergies In Pets

Just like people, dogs and cats can have allergies. They can be allergic to both food and their environment. With food, they are most commonly allergic to the protein source. Since chicken is the most common protein source, that is the most common food allergy. They...

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How To Assess Your Pet’s Body Condition Score

How To Assess Your Pet’s Body Condition Score

When it comes to assessing your pet’s health, body condition is an important factor. You want to make sure your pet is in a healthy weight range, and one way to do this is to assess their body condition score (BCS). Think of the BCS like the body mass index (BMI) in...

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5 Tips For Pet Wellness

5 Tips For Pet Wellness

October is National Pet Wellness month. A month dedicated to educating our clients about the importance of wellness and preventative care for their pets. Wellness care is so important for the health and longevity of your pet and one of the reasons we focus on it so...

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4 Things You Should Know For Pet Preparedness

4 Things You Should Know For Pet Preparedness

June is pet preparedness month. This month is all about how to be prepared with pets for disasters. This could be hurricanes, fires, earthquakes, etc. Unfortunately, many people forget to include their pets in their emergency plans. We don’t ever want anyone to be...

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4 Places To Look For Potential Pet Poisons

4 Places To Look For Potential Pet Poisons

Every year, the third week in March is deemed National Poison Prevention Week. Awareness of potential toxins is important in preventing pet poisoning emergencies. According to Pet Poison Helpline, they receive calls 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from distressed pet...

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We're proud to serve Parker, CO and the surrounding communities.

There is no question too big or too small. If you need anything at all for your pet, please use the information below to contact us immediately.

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12311 Pine Bluffs Way, Unit 115
Parker, CO 80134

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Mon – Fri: 7:30AM – 5:00PM
Sat: 8AM – 12PM, Sun: Closed
*Closed 11 AM - 1 PM on Wednesdays for a staff meeting

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We're proud to be AAHA accredited.

We are an AAHA-accredited veterinary hospital. That means we hold ourselves to a higher standard. Pets are our passion, and keeping them healthy is our number one priority. We strive to deliver excellent care for pets because your pets deserve nothing less.

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