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Senior healthcare is all about prevention; about finding small problems before they become serious ones. Early detection can save you money and heartache down the road. For example, slight elevations in kidney enzymes may not be a big deal-yet. Those values give us indications of how your pet’s organs are functioning. While loss of kidney function is not reversible; there are interventions that may be applied with early organ disease that can slow degeneration down. However, if we wait until outward signs of kidney disease are observed, your pet may have already lost 75% of its kidney function.
Mosquitos are pesky for man, but they also carry an especially nasty disease for unspecting dogs.Because we live in an area where heartworm prevention is recommended, we advise that you protect your dog against this theat. A simple blood test is needed before preventive medicine is started to make sure your dog does not already carry the disease.
The Veterinarian of the Year exemplifies the extraordinary contributions that the veterinary profession makes to animal health and the economic viability of our state as well. This year’s recipient has distinguished himself as a competent and highly ethical practitioner for over 30 years.
|Dr. Bruce Louderback, D.V.M. featured in the center, 2009 Vet of the Year! Click on the bar above to view certificate.|
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Aurora, CO 80013