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Nutrition Related Heart Disease in Dogs

A broken heart: risk of heart disease in boutique or grain-free diets and exotic ingredients By Lisa M. Freeman, DVM, Ph.D., DACVN, veterinary nutritionist and professor at Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University Posted: JUNE 04, 2018 – Read the entire blog Earlier this year, Peanut, a 4-year-old…

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Colorado Wildflowers Poisonous to Dogs

There is nothing better than getting out in the fresh air with your dog. There are many dog-friendly hiking trails and walking paths in the area with beautiful landscapes and plethoras of Colorado wildflowers. However, not all wildflowers are dog-friendly. Here four poisonous Colorado wildflowers to be on the lookout…

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Do Cats Care About Their Owners?

Though few studies have been done showing a link between behavior and affection in cats, most cat owners can attest that their pets frequently show they care in a variety of ways. Though they may not be as transparent as dogs in their behavior, if you know what to watch…

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Dog-Friendly Patios in Fort Collins

Patio season is almost here in Fort Collins, and you’re likely to find that a lot of people are kicking back, dining and drinking with friends (four-legged pals included!). Dog-owners are lucky to live here because Fort Collins has many dog-friendly patios around town. Here are some that we recommend…

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10 Questions to Ask When Choosing a Pet Boarding Facility

If you have to leave town for business or are planning a family vacation, you may have to board your pets while you’re away. Leaving your four-legged friends behind can be stressful, but it doesn’t have to be! The Cabins at Aspen Grove have an experienced and trained kennel team…

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