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Lepto and Dogs

April 01, 2020

Spring is around the corner. At this time of year, one thing for pet owners to be aware of is lepto. Lepto is a disease caused by the Leptospira bacteria, which is found in water and wet soil. Although lepto is an issue year-round, cases typically spike in spring and fall. A Fort Collins, CO vet discusses lepto below. Statistics Lepto is zoonotic, which means it can move from one type of animal to another. … Read More »

Your Pet and Marijuana

March 15, 2020

Since the legalization of marijuana, we’ve seen some sweeping changes here in Colorado. These shifts have also affected the veterinary care industry. We’ve seen a huge increase in cases of marijuana ingestion over the past few years! This is definitely something for pet owners to be aware of. A Fort Collins, CO vet discusses pets and marijuana. Keep Pot Away From Pets As we all know, our furry friends can be quite curious. Fido, in … Read More »

Coronavirus and your pet: What you need to know

March 13, 2020

We know your pet is an important member of your family and their health is a priority. At Moore Animal Hospital, we understand the concern and questions many of our clients have regarding their pet and how the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) could potentially impact them. We felt it was important to connect with you, our loyal clients, to share information that can help put your mind at ease, and assure you we are staying on … Read More »

4 Types of Dog Allergies

March 01, 2020

Did you know that dogs can suffer from allergies, just like people can? Allergies are no more fun for Fido than they are for us! Your canine pal can react to a wide variety of things. Read on as a Fort Collins, CO vet lists some different types of allergies. Environmental Environmental allergens, as the name suggests, are things that are present in your pet’s environment. Pollen, dust, mold, grass, and leaves are all examples … Read More »

Signs of Sickness in Cats

February 15, 2020

February is National Cat Health Month. Kitties are very easy to care for, but they aren’t as invincible as some of them seem to think. They also instinctively try to hide signs of illness. This is because in the wild, showing weakness can attract predators. Therefore, it’s important to watch for warning signs. Here, a Fort Collins, CO veterinarian lists some signs that your feline buddy is sick. Hiding Some kitties are scaredy-cats, and will … 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 »

Brushing Your Dog’s Teeth

September 01, 2019

Dental problems are a very common issue with our canine pals. Fido can develop some very painful problems, such as gum disease, infections, abscesses, and misalignments. One of the best ways for you to keep your dog’s mouth healthy is to brush his teeth regularly. Of course, you will need to help your furry buddy get used to the idea. Read on as a Fort Collins, CO vet offers some tips on brushing your dog’s … Read More »

Taking Your Cat to the Vet

August 15, 2019

August 22nd is Take Your Cat To The Vet Day! Of course, given the option, Fluffy would rather celebrate Spoil Your Cat Day, Hug Your Cat Day, or Take Your Dog To The Vet Day. We know that most of our feline patients would rather stay home and take yet another nap than come visit us. However, proper veterinary care is crucial to your kitty’s health and well-being. A Fort Collins, CO vet discusses taking … Read More »

External Parasites That Harm Cats

June 15, 2019

If you own a cat, proper parasite control is important not only for your feline friend’s health, but for your family’s—some of these pests can be transmitted from cats to humans! External parasites live on your cat’s body and feed off of blood or tissue. Below, learn more about external pests and how to keep your cat safe from harm. Fleas Fleas are tiny brown-colored parasites that cause skin irritation, allergies, and even more serious … Read More »

Caring For Your Pet as They Age

May 15, 2019

While the exact age that your pet is considered “old” can vary depending on species, size, and breed, one thing is for sure: our animal companions need our love and care as they get older! As your pet enters their senior years, there are several things you can do to make sure that they stay happy and healthy. Frequent Veterinary Visits One of the best ways to make sure your senior pet stays in good … Read More »

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