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COVID-19 Update: Curbside Service

May 20, 2020

Updated May 20, 2020 To help ensure the health and safety of our clients and staff, Moore Animal Hospital’s exams and services will be curbside service only, plus home delivery and telemedicine. We are not allowing any non-staff in the building at this time.  Newly Offered Services We want you to know that we are still here for you and your pets. To help with your needs during these trying times, we are temporarily offering … Read More »

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Fun Facts About Hamsters

May 01, 2020

Do you have a pet hamster? If so, you may want to put a tiny pawprint on your calendar for May 10th. It’s National Hamster Day! These little furballs really are adorable, and make wonderful pets. A local Fort Collins, CO vet lists some fun facts about hamsters in this article. Lone Hamster There are actually several types of hamsters. The Syrian hamster is one of the most popular ones. Just don’t let that cute … Read More »

Playing With A Senior Cat

January 15, 2020

Is your feline friend starting to slow down? As Fluffy gets older, she’ll become more interested in napping than in making mischief. Of course, playing will still be beneficial for your kitty, both mentally and physically. There are some things to keep in mind when playing with senior cats. Read on as a local Fort Collins, CO vet discusses playing with an older kitty. Use Senior-Friendly Toys Although your cat should have some toys she … Read More »

Tips For Playing With Your Cat

December 15, 2019

Kitties are very playful, which is one reason why they make such fun and entertaining pets. Fluffy is super cute when she is pouncing on a catnip mouse or chasing the dot from a laser pointer! Actually, playtime benefits your furry friend both mentally and physically. Read on as a Fort Collins, CO vet offers some tips on playing with your cat. Know The Benefits Playing is a great way to keep your pet happy … Read More »

Exercising A Senior Dog

December 01, 2019

Is your pooch starting to slow down? Dogs are just as cute in their golden years as they are during puppyhood. However, senior dogs aren’t as active as their younger buddies. Fido will still need some exercise to stay healthy as he ages. Read on as a Fort Collins, CO vet offers tips on exercising senior dogs. Walking Those daily walks will definitely help keep Fido in shape. Let your dog pick the pace. You … Read More »

Raising A Polite Kitten

November 15, 2019

Have you just adopted a baby cat? Congratulations! Kittens are beyond a doubt one of life’s greatest treasures. We suspect that it won’t take little Fluffy long to melt your heart, if she hasn’t already done so. However, kitten parenting isn’t all purrs and cuddles. You’ll need to teach your baby feline the do’s and don’ts of being a good housecat. A Leesburg, VA vet discusses raising a polite kitty in this article. Playtime Kittens … Read More »

Tips For Choosing Dog Treats

November 01, 2019

Does your canine buddy get super excited at the thought of a treat? Does he come running whenever you go near his treat jar? Treats are definitely one of Fido’s favorite things. However, there are some things to keep in mind when offering your pet snacks. Here, a Fort Collins, CO discusses giving your dog treats. Store-Bought Treats Given the option, Fido would no doubt happily sample every single brand of doggy treats that is … Read More »

Choosing Cat Toys

October 15, 2019

Do you find a mountain of cat toys under your sofa every time you move it? If so, you likely have a pretty happy pet. Playing is very important for Fluffy. It entertains her, helps keep her in shape, and provides enrichment. However, there are some things to keep in mind when choosing kitty toys. A Fort Collins, CO vet discusses choosing your feline buddy’s playthings in this article. Wand Toys Wand toys can be … Read More »

6 Great Ways To Pamper a Senior Dog

October 01, 2019

As your dog gets older, you’ll start to see some changes in him, both in his appearance and his behavior. Fido’s muzzle may turn grey, and he’ll become more interested in napping than in chasing squirrels around. Your pooch will still be the same loyal and loving companion as always, and he’ll still greet you with tail wags when you come home. However, he’ll definitely appreciate some extra TLC. A Fort Collins, CO vet offers … Read More »

Is Your Cat Obese?

September 15, 2019

Obesity is one of the most common health issues we see in our feline patients. In fact, over half of America’s cats are, well, a bit chubby. That’s a lot of pudgy pets! Read on as a Fort Collins, CO vet discusses kitty obesity. Health Risks Fluffy will still be adorable if she’s overweight, but she’ll be much healthier staying at or near her ideal weight. Obesity increases your kitty’s chances of developing some very … Read More »

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