As we begin to re-open, more and more pet parents are noticing anxiety in their dogs when they are left alone, particularly after being home together for an extended time. Separation anxiety is one of the most common forms of anxiety in dogs – especially in breeds that are commonly working dogs and like to have their... Read More
The holidays are a time to make new memories with friends and family – preferably ones that don’t include hours spent in an emergency hospital worrying about your furry family member. With all the merriment and busyness of the holidays, we need to be extra cautious to keep our pets safe. Here are some of the common... Read More
We are excited to announce the installation of a new, state-of-the-art Computed Tomography scanner allowing us to offer even more dynamic diagnostic tools for pets.
More commonly called CT or CAT scan, this modality allows us to see a pet’s soft tissue and bones with incredible detail. In fact, we can quickly and... Read More
April 30th is the day to celebrate veterinarians around the world. It’s World Veterinary Day! The World Veterinary Association (WVA) created World Veterinary Day in 2000 to bring awareness about the lifesaving work that veterinarians do every day. Now, 16 years later, World Veterinary Day has evolved to not only... Read More
We are excited to introduce our newest addition to the ASCS family, Dr. Leslie Eide, who will be overseeing our rehabilitation department beginning the first week in January.
Dr. Eide graduated from Colorado State University's Veterinary School in 2006. She completed a rotating internship in small animal medicine in... Read More
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