Whats burrowing in your pet’s skin?

CUTEREBRA INFESTATIONS: Facts You Should Know There are many parasites that your pet may be exposed to during the warmer weather. One of those parasites is the larva of the Cuterebra fly.  Recently with our warmer, wet weather the exposure to this parasite has...

Vaccinating Your Pet

Vaccinating Your Pet To protect your pet from contagious diseases, keep his essential vaccinations up-to-date. This is important even if your pet is kept mostly indoors. Many contagious diseases are airborne and your pet could easily be exposed through an open window....

Camping with Your Dog

Now that the Summer weather is finally here we’re all itching to spend time outside. If you’re planning a camping trip with your family, you’ll want to bring Fido along as well. Before you hit the road, make sure you and your four-legged friend are prepared for the...

4th of July Safety

Fireworks, picnics and other July 4th traditions can be great fun for people; but all of the festivities can be frightening and even dangerous for animals. Noisy fireworks and other celebrations can startle animals and cause them to run away; holiday foods can be...

Cat Adoption Checklist

Cat Adoption Checklist Thinking of adopting a cat? First, check out these helpful tips, gathered by American Humane. If you’re thinking about adopting a cat, consider taking home two. Cats require exercise, mental stimulation, and social interaction. Two cats can...

Pets and Microchips

What is a microchip? How does it work? A microchip is a computer chip enclosed in a small glass cylinder (about the size of a grain of rice) that is injected under your pet’s skin as a means of identification. Each microchip is connected to an online registry of owner...

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...