How Can You Tell If Your Dog Is In Pain?

How Can You Tell If Your Dog Is In Pain?

Pain management is an important part of our jobs here at Aspen Animal Hospital. If you think your dog is painful or has changed their behavior, we are here to help make them more comfortable! They say dogs are “man’s best friend,” and if your best friend...

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The Importance of Annual Lab Tests

The Importance of Annual Lab Tests

At Aspen Animal Hospital, we recommend bringing your companions in at least once a year to evaluate their health. At their annual visits, there are some tests that we may recommend for your companions. Here are a few reasons why we may recommend them and...

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4 Ways To Keep Your Pet Safe On The 4th Of July

4 Ways To Keep Your Pet Safe On The 4th Of July

The 4th of July is always an exciting time of year, and celebrating in Aspen is so much fun! We love the food, the festivities, and the fireworks, but our furry friends might not enjoy these things as much. Loud noises can be terrifying for animals and...

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Is Take Your Dog To Work Day Right For Your Dog?

Is Take Your Dog To Work Day Right For Your Dog?

As the bond between humans and animals gets stronger (millennials are increasingly opting for fur “children” over the human variety), more businesses are implementing dog-friendly policies. If you’re lucky enough to work in an office that’s ideal for dogs,...

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Our Veterinarians Appeared On The Local’s Show

Our Veterinarians Appeared On The Local’s Show

Dr. Anne Cooley, Dr. Liz Kremzier, and Dr. Stephanie Ninnemann appeared on The Local's Show with Host Erik Skarvan. The Local's Show is on the GrassRoots Community Network. The GrassRoots Community Network has provided and nurtured open communication among...

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Protecting Your Companions From Heat Stroke

Protecting Your Companions From Heat Stroke

Like humans, dogs and cats can become overheated. Unlike humans, our pets aren’t able to effectively reduce their body temperature by sweating. But, just because your furry pal can’t tell you when he’s too hot, doesn’t mean you can’t protect him from the...

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5 Ways To Change Your Cat’s Scratching Behavior

5 Ways To Change Your Cat’s Scratching Behavior

If you’ve ever been frustrated because your cat seems to have a complete disregard for your furniture, carpet, or curtains, you aren’t alone. A normal and instinctive behavior, scratching helps cats to: Remove the dead outer layer of their claws Mark their...

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How To Protect Your Dog From Parvovirus

How To Protect Your Dog From Parvovirus

Parvovirus, commonly referred to as parvo, is a potentially fatal and highly contagious disease that affects the intestinal tract, white blood cells, and heart muscle of dogs. Signs of Parvo Dogs with parvovirus will often exhibit: Lethargy Vomiting Loss...

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What Is My Pet’s Ideal Weight?

What Is My Pet’s Ideal Weight?

A proper diet starts when your pet is young and continues throughout their entire life, and is paramount to maintaining a healthy weight. We’re here to help your pet start off on the right foot. How do you know if your pet needs to lose weight? For smaller...

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Diagnosing and Preventing Heartworm in Dogs

Diagnosing and Preventing Heartworm in Dogs

Heartworm disease is a potentially fatal infection caused by heartworms, a type of roundworm, that live in the heart, lungs and surrounding blood vessels of affected animals. Although it can be successfully treated, a heartworm infection can cause lifelong...

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