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Why is a Wellness Exam so Important?

Wellness is defined by Oxford Language as “ the state of being in good health, especially as an actively pursued goal”. Wellness is the core of what we do at Altitude Veterinary Hospital. We want to help you actively pursue a state of good health...

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Tips for Road Trip Travel with your Pets

Some of us are settling in for the season but others are still actively making travel plans this year!  For those snow birds or adventurous spirits traveling year round with your pets, it will help you to know that there are very serious life...

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It’s Finally Spring….

Both cats and dogs can be affected by parasites whether they love the outdoors and are your hiking companion, or they are a couch potato and never leave the house or the yard. It is important to provide preventatives for both cats and dogs regardless of their lifestyle in order to better ensure their overall health as well as yours and your families.

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Feeding Our Insectivorous Pets

An important aspect of caring for our pets is providing them with a high-quality diet. Feeding a high-quality diet is going to improve the health of our animals and decrease the likelihood of disease. If we feed a poor diet, we can expect poor...

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Year Round Dental Health

If there was something you could do to increase the happy life of your pet by two to four years you would want to know about it! And I mean two to four calendar years not "dog" or "cat" years. That is why our national veterinary colleagues have...

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Keeping our Pets Active When the Winter Winds Blow

The Wyoming wind presents many challenges this time of year, one of which is keeping our dogs consistently active. Physical activity has a plethora of benefits for humans, but these also apply to our pets as well. The benefits include: 1. Ideal...

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