Prevention Care

Preventative care is one of the most important steps you can take to keep your four-legged friends healthy and happy. Check out these little-known facts about fleas, ticks, and heartworms. As always, contact us if you have questions about what preventative options are...

Happy Retirement Dr. Roeder!

After 26 years of practicing veterinary medicine, Dr. Lena Roeder is retiring from Dublin Animal Hospital. Saturday, April 29, 2017, will be her last day at the hospital. Dr. Roeder graduated from Colorado State University in 1991. She moved to Colorado Springs...

Heartworm Disease

You and your pets aren’t the only ones itching to bask in the warmth of spring. As the mercury rises and the spring rains collect in puddles, swarms of pesky mosquitoes are sent looking for their next lunch. These buzzing bloodsuckers may be just a nuisance to us...

Poison Prevention Week

It’s the start of Poison Prevention week! Take a look at these household items that can be poisonous to your pet. Keep in mind that the below items are only a few of the many household dangers to pets. Dog Poisons: Human Medication While Advil or over-the-counter...

Healthy Dental Chews

Dental chews are a great option for pets to keep their dental health in check. They can help avoid the common issues of tarter in teeth, bleeding gums, a buildup of plaque, and bad breath. But which ones are right for your pet? Take a look at our list below! Dogs...

National Pet Dental Month!

It’s Time to Celebrate National Pet Dental Month! Does your dog have “dog breath?” Does your cat have “fishy breath?”  This can be one sign of dental disease in your pet and isn’t normal. To help keep your pet’s teeth disease-free and to help keep their breath fresh,...

Week Five: Keep It Simple

Exploring your dog’s hobbies Obedience programs and methods Just as each of us learn on different levels, our dogs learn on an individual level. A method of training that may be successful for one may not be as successful for another. This point is important to...

Pet Identification Microchip Q/A

Pet Identification Microchip Q&A Will it hurt my pet when the microchip is put in? At Dublin, pets usually have their microchips put in while they are under anesthesia, such as when they are getting spayed, neutered, or having a dental done. It can be implanted...

Week Four: Build a Bond

Obedience programs and methods Just as each of us learns at different levels, our dogs learn on an individual level. A method of training that may be successful for one may not be as successful for another. This point is important to remember when selecting a trainer....

Week Three: Set Up Goals

As you work through your obedience class, you may be wondering how to take what you’ve learned and applied it at home. There are many ways to do this while creating a balanced lifestyle and healthy well-being for your dog. Attending a training class once a week...