November 1, 2021
November Is Pet Cancer Awareness Month

November Is Pet Cancer Awareness Month

Early detection is key! Cancer is a scary word, yet we live with rogue cells every day. All of our bodies are designed to know how […]
October 20, 2021
Dog wrapped in a blanket and in bed

Canine Influenza – Who Is at Risk?

Canine influenza is on the rise. This highly contagious respiratory virus can present like kennel cough, allergies and other illnesses. However, if your dog gets the […]
October 15, 2021

Breed Specific: The Labrador Retriever

Image by brandog from Pixabay Pikes Peak Vet wants you to know about your Labrador Retriever’s lifestyle and other needs! This sweet-faced, lovable dog is friendly, […]
September 26, 2021

Breed Specific: The Beagle

Pikes Peak Vet wants to be proactive in helping clients understand the breeds that they adopt and what their special needs might be. This month we […]
August 8, 2021
Home Alone

Going Back to Work? Your Dog May Not Like It!

Let’s face it, dogs are pack animals and, as such, they aren’t designed to spend long periods of time alone. They may have had mild anxiety, […]
May 25, 2021
Hercules in his furever home

Please help us care for orphaned and stray pets!

Brush Strokes, a super fun paint-your-own-pottery studio, has created a t-shirt fundraiser page to help Pikes Peak Vet’s Tolliver’s Angel Fund. The owner has been a […]
May 15, 2021
Pikes Peak from Near Pikes Peak Vet

Want to See Us In Person? Limited Appointments Start to Be Available!

COVID-19 brought into our way of life things we never could have imagined. We’ve spent more than a year helping you and your pets by phone, […]
April 28, 2021
Puppies Need Regular Vet Care

2021 Pikes Peak Vet Puppy Packages Offer Everything Your Pup Needs!

Puppies don’t stay little forever, so you want to enjoy every moment and give them the best shot at a healthy life. This is where the […]
February 6, 2021
Grain-free Is NOT the Best

Revisited: Grain Free Diets for Dogs

Over the past six years evidence has emerged that many dogs on a “grain free” diet have developed a heart condition called Dilated Cardiomyopathy (DCM). In […]
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