• minimally invasive veterinary surgery

    Please be Kind, Patient and Proactive

    July 23, 2020

    Please appreciate the veterinary professionals who are working long hours in trying conditions to make sure your sweet pet has access to the healthcare he or she needs.

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  • Breed Highlight: German Wirehaired Pointer

    July 21, 2020

    The German Wirehaired Pointer is a medium to large sized pointer with excellent hunting skills. They were bred in the late 19th century and can hunt any game on any terrain and point and retrieve from land or water.

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  • Alaskan Malamute dog smiling with tongue out at camera.

    Breed of the Month – July 2020 – Alaskan Malamute

    July 20, 2020

    This month, we're celebrating the Alaskan Malamute! These spirited canines are known for their hard-working personalities as well as their dedication to their families.

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  • COVID-19 Message from our CEO

    Coronavirus Update – 7/15

    July 16, 2020

    Thank you for your kindness and understanding. In an effort to reduce wait times and serve our patients and their families more rapidly, we are working to hire more team members, leveraging technology in new ways and rethinking some processes. Our commitment remains the same and we will work tirelessly to be here for your pets.

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  • GSP puppy running ears flapping

    Tests Reputable Breeders Perform with Veterinarians

    June 15, 2020

    Early detection of hereditary conditions is important for family pets too as it can allow for early surgical intervention, weight and exercise management plans, or treatment plans to manage a condition if/when it develops. What follows are a few of the more commonly recommended tests that apply to a wide range of breeds. These tests are also routinely recommended for rescues, and non-pure-breed dogs for the same reasons – early indicators of potential disease, or conditions that need to be managed.

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  • springer spaniel puppies playing with a rope toy

    Buying a Puppy from a Reputable Breeder

    June 15, 2020

    The AKC website provides a list of registered kennels. This is the first place to start the process of finding a registered breeder with a solid reputation. If the parents are registered with AKC and/or breed clubs, this is a key indicator of a quality breeder.

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  • About Intestinal Dysbiosis

    June 15, 2020

    Intestinal dysbiosis is an alteration in the composition and/or richness of the normal bacteria that are found in the gastrointestinal tract (microbiota). It has been suggested that states of intestinal dysbiosis exist and may possibly correlate with disease processes that affect the health of the intestine and other organs and diseases, such as cancer and immune-mediated diseases

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  • Curb-side Veterinary Care at Wheat Ridge Animal Hospital

    June 8, 2020

    Here is an overview of how your visit at Wheat Ridge Animal Hospital will go. Whether you come in for a specialty referral appointment, primary care, or emergency, this is our procedure for keeping everyone safe for the foreseeable future.

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  • Philanthropic Work With ANAW (African Network for Animal Welfare)

    June 3, 2020

    So many Ethos team members spend countless personal hours giving back to communities and animals in need. We like to highlight these amazing efforts every chance we get.

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    Update: Premier – Orland Park is Open

    May 31, 2020

    Real time updates are being posted here as we manage the safety and security of our teams and inpatients at Premier Veterinary Group hospitals. Please stay safe.

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  • Separation Anxiety in Dogs After COVID Isolation

    May 28, 2020

    Dogs are very routine creatures. They thrive on consistent schedules and clear expectations. When they suddenly have a change to their routine, behavior issues can easily develop.

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  • There is no Poop-fairy, Please Pick up After your Pup, Here’s Why

    May 21, 2020

    Intestinal parasites such as roundworms, hookworms, are whipworms are passed in feces. Most dogs infected with these parasites don’t show obvious clinical signs. That means they can unknowingly spread hundreds of parasite eggs on a single hike. Common signs that may occur include intermittent vomiting, diarrhea, failure to gain weight, or a poor hair coat.

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