Perineal urethrostomies (PU) are an option for cats with urinary blockages if treating them with traditional methods isn't effective. During your consultation, you can ask any questions you may have about this surgical procedure from our Boulder County veterinarians.
Intervertebral Disc Disease (IVDD) is a condition that can affect a dog's ability to walk, but surgery is not always necessary. Restoring mobility, relieving pain, and preventing further disc damage are the primary objectives of IVDD surgery. Our Boulder County veterinarians offer additional treatment options for IVDD in dogs.
It's not uncommon for dogs to develop cataracts, an eye disease. They can cause vision problems, including blurring and even blindness, but surgery often restores some vision. In this post, our Boulder County veterinarians discuss canine cataract surgery and what to expect if your dog requires it.
Our Boulder County vets frequently see inner ear infections in dogs, especially those with cute floppy ears. The good news is that most bacterial ear infections in dogs are easily treated if caught early. Here are some signs of a severe ear infection in dogs and what to do.
Itching, scratching and licking are signs that your dog may have a skin condition. Find out what might be causing the skin problems and how you can help treat them.
If you think acupuncture would be a great addition to your pet's treatment plan, we're here to help! Our Boulder County vets discuss the advantages associated with different conditions to help you decide if it's the right treatment for your pet.