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Colorado Vets Warn of Edible Marijuana Threat to Pets

February 27, 2014

Vets at clinics and emergency hospitals in Colorado are reporting more pets than ever are being brought in suffering from marijuana poisoning after eating pot-laced edibles. Bri Pasko from the VRCC Emergency Hospital in Englewood, Colo. told ABC News since the state passed medical marijuana licenses, they’ve seen an increase from an “occasional” incident to […]

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The Dog Ate My Homework – Literally!

November 25, 2013

Denver Family is Extra Thankful This Thanksgiving After Dog Eats Dangerous Science Project, Including More Than 50 Metal Straight Pins and Survives! A local Englewood, CO family is especially thankful this holiday season.  Thanks to the quick care and expertise of the veterinary team at VRCC Veterinary Specialty & Emergency Hospital, their 2-year-old Labrador, Reggie […]

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Blind Corgi can now see after being blind for 3 years!

October 15, 2013

Team Approach to Veterinary Medicine at VRCC, brings great success for Toby the Corgi! It’s going to be quite a “treat” for Toby this Halloween. The 13-year-old Corgi, who has been blind for the past three years, can now see, thanks to a very successful cataract surgery at VRCC this month. It wasn’t your typical […]

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Dog survives rattlesnake bite in eye

July 17, 2013

The family of four-year-old poodle Annie is happy she’s alive after being bitten by a rattlesnake on Father’s Day. Annie was sniffing around in the backyard and put her nose close to a burrow in the Cover family’s backyard when the snake struck. “We weren’t positive it was a snake because I hadn’t really seen […]

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Puppy Survives After Being Hit by Light Rail

May 30, 2013

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. – A 6-month old puppy is recovering after being hit by a light rail train and having a leg amputated. “The animal control guy picked her up, and her leg was just dangling from a tiny little piece of flesh,” owner Henry He said. “I pretty nearly had a heart attack right there.” […]

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