Office Entry Guidelines

If you hadn’t heard, we had to close the office for a week in January because COVID swept through most of the staff. Not only do I want my staff to stay healthy but we all want to be here to help your critters. When we can’t do so, we aren’t...

COVID Policy Update 1/20/22

Hello friends. I almost have all our staff back to work and I appreciate everyone’s patience with all the rescheduling we had to do. Considering the extremely high rates of COVID in Colorado and our little microcosm study demonstrating high breakthrough rates on...

Emergency COVID Update

Unfortunately, we had a member of our staff test positive for COVID yesterday.  They are in quarantine as are other staff members who were feeling under the weather but who do not have test results yet. We are going back on curbside only until we can determine who...

Reopening

It is nice to see that dropping the mask mandate in Colorado has not led to a surge in COVID cases.  As a state, we’re hovering just over a 50% vaccination rate so we are certainly not all protected.  Thus far, I have been cautious about reopening because I need to...

Preventative care – why do it?

I recently went to a talk about preventative care blood testing and it really opened my eyes. I, like many other veterinarians, have a mild guilt complex about selling preventative services beyond the critically important – exams, life-saving vaccines and other...

Critter Care Blog!

Ever notice that I can talk a blue streak when you ask me (what you thought was) a simple question about your pet’s health?  I feel that good pet parents deserve to be educated pet parents and not leave the vet with a ton of unanswered questions so I do my best to...