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Welcome to Colorado Animal Specialty & Emergency (CASE)

Welcome to Colorado Animal Specialty & Emergency (CASE). We are very excited to announce that our new comprehensive specialty and 24/7 emergency veterinary hospital is now open! Our newly constructed 37,000 square foot state-of-the-art veterinary ...

Clinical Trials in Veterinary Medicine

A veterinary clinical trial is a type of research study involving animals that is designed to gain a better understanding of a novel therapeutic option for pets. If designed well, a successful clinical trial may ...

Veterinary Physical Rehabilitation: More than Help for Injured Pets

We are smack dab in the middle of summer, when the days are filled with outdoor activities, and the weekends hold camping trips, hiking adventures, and lake visits. You love including your pet during your ...

Minimally Invasive Procedures: Brutus’ Story

Brutus is a fun-loving chocolate Labrador retriever who keeps his family entertained with his constant energy and zeal for life. He also keeps them on their toes, since he loves to eat anything he can ...

What is Veterinary Critical Care?

If your pet has ever been seriously ill, you know that illness and disease do not follow a nine-to-five schedule. Pets sometimes need medical attention and treatment  in the middle of the night or on ...

Veterinary Medical Diagnostics: The Critical Piece to Diagnosing Complex Cases

Your pet’s body is composed of an intricate network of systems that function together in a delicate balance. Disease upsets this balance, often causing varied and baffling clinical signs that make identifying the primary cause ...

Meningitis and Your Pet

Your pet’s nervous system is a delicate communication network that is responsible for maintaining important body functions. Neurologic disease or injury can affect critical processes, with significant systemic effects. Meningitis is a neurologic disease occasionally ...

Veterinary Oncology: Lumps and Bumps

If you have ever felt a lump under your pet’s fur while petting her, you likely experienced a sinking feeling. Worry creeps in as you wonder about the type of mass, and whether the lump ...

Seizures in Pets

Did you know that pets can have seizures? If you do know, because your pet has had a seizure, you know how scary it can be watching your beloved companion lose control for a few ...

What to do if a car hits your dog

The sickening sound of screeching tires can mean the unthinkable: a moving vehicle just hit your pet. In this emergency situation, quick action can save your beloved companion’s life. Assessing your pet’s condition and stabilizing ...

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