5 Ways to Lower Indoor Cat Stress

We’re here for all stages of your furry friend’s life. In fact, we even created lifestyle guidelines for your cat's entire life just to make sure you're covered! Indoor cats enjoy many health benefits, including reduced risk of contracting an infectious disease or...

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Essential Oils Are Dangerous For Your Companion

More and more information has been coming out about the harmful effects that many popular essential oils can have on our companions. Essential oils are the concentrated liquids that come from plants. Many people use these oils for aromatherapy and alternative...

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FDA Warns: Giving Your Dog Bones Can Be Deadly

Do you give your dog a bone to chew on? It may be time to rethink that. A new article and a recent update from the FDA have a lot of great safety information for pet owners! We strongly advise against giving bones, antlers, and Nyla bones. Please see our Life Stage...

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Smoking Around Your Pet Is Detrimental To Their Health

Do you smoke? It's not our job to tell you what to do, but we do have some advice - keep it away from your pet. Secondhand smoke is the same for pets as it is for humans, even walking into another room within your home to smoke can cause issues for your pets....

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Thanksgiving Safety Tips For Your Companion

According to just about any poll you reference, a large percentage of Americans plan to celebrate Thanksgiving with friends and family, and many also admit to sharing their Thanksgiving dinner with their four-legged family members. But a festive time for you could be...

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Animal Stress – Behavior and Health

As a veterinarian people bring their pets to me most often with concerns regarding physical health problems.  Clients often have concerns about an animal’s separation anxiety, thunderstorm phobia and fear of fireworks.  I have always considered and discussed with my...

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Welcome Our New Team Members

It's no secret that the team at Northgate Animal Hospital is dedicated to your companion's health. We're so excited to announce and introduce you to our two newest team members, Lauren and Emily! Lauren is our new Veterinary Technician! She is originally from...

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How To Provide Blood For Dogs and Cats in Need

Your dog can be a hero and donate life-giving blood. Dogs, like humans, occasionally need blood transfusions. Due to injury or disease dogs need blood transfusions. HemoSolutions, a Colorado Springs-based blood bank, was established to address the nationwide shortage...

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The Importance Of Protecting Your Companion From Disease

Hello Northgate Animal Hospital Clients, With all of the recent natural disasters requiring the evacuation and rescue of many animals, from several areas in the southern parts of the country, it is very important to protect your companions from disease. As always we...

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Tips To Strengthen The Bond With Your Cat

Whether your cat is young or old, it's important to continually work on your bond with them. Building a bond with a dog is easy, they're pack animals and naturally gravitate to others. Plus, long walks outside allow you to experience things outside of the house...

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