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C-Section for Dogs - How to Tell if Your Dog Needs One

C-Section for Dogs - How to Tell if Your Dog Needs One

Many dogs give birth naturally without the need for veterinary intervention, but complications can arise that need veterinary help fast! If your dog is pregnant here are some tips from our Englewood vets to help you spot when a c-section may be necessary.

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Cat Recovering from Surgery

Cat Recovering from Surgery

After your cat's surgery, a little extra attention is going to be required to allow for the incision to heal without becoming aggravated, injured, or infected. In today's post, we share some strategies for caring for your cat as they recover from surgery, including what to do for a cat not eating after surgery, and how to stop a cat from jumping after surgery.

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FHO Surgery for Pets - A Pet Parent's Guide

FHO Surgery for Pets - A Pet Parent's Guide

Femoral head ostectomy - FHO for short - is a surgery used to treat hip problems in cats and dogs. This highly effective surgery works to alleviate hip pain and increase mobility. Below, our Englewood vets discuss how this procedure works and what conditions may benefit from FHO surgery.

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TPLO Surgery in Dogs

TPLO Surgery in Dogs

Are you considering Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy (TPLO) surgery for your dog? In this post, we explain the procedure and what to expect as your dog recovers from TPLO surgery.

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Pulmonic Stenosis in Dogs

Pulmonic Stenosis in Dogs

Pulmonic stenosis (PS), is the third most common congenital heart disease in dogs. If you are concerned your dog might be suffering from this condition, this article from our Englewood vets includes important information about pulmonic stenosis in dogs including, causes, treatment, and life expectancy.

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Pericardial Effusion in Dogs & Cats

Pericardial Effusion in Dogs & Cats

Pericardial effusion can be very dangerous for your pet so it's important to know what to look out for and when you should bring your pet into VRCC. Today, our Englewood vets will explain pericardial effusion in dogs and cats, the causes and symptoms, and how it's treated.

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Symptoms of Poisoning in Cats

Symptoms of Poisoning in Cats

While cat poisonings are relatively rare, they do happen. From household cleaners to toxic house plants, we will go over various substances that are poisonous to cats, and what to do if you suspect your cat has been poisoned.

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What Are The Most Common Small Animal Emergencies?

What Are The Most Common Small Animal Emergencies?

It is a big world full of dangers when you are a small animal. Today we will go over some of the more common problems your small friend can encounter that should have you bringing them in to see the emergency veterinarian.

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Everything You Should Know About Getting Your Cat Fixed

Everything You Should Know About Getting Your Cat Fixed

Getting your cat spayed or neutered comes with a variety of benefits. We will explain when you should get your cat or kitten fixed, and the benefits of spaying or neutering your cat. 

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When to Visit an Emergency Vet?

When to Visit an Emergency Vet?

Since our pets can't speak with us we will share some of the signs and symptoms that indicate a trip to the emergency vet is necessary.

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VRCC Veterinary Specialty & Emergency Hospital in Englewood is always accepting new patients! Our board-certified specialists and emergency veterinarians are passionate about restoring good health to Denver Metro area pets.

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