Over the years, Indian Tree's veterinarians have authored a series of helpful educational handouts for pet owners pertaining to various health issues our veterinarians frequently observe in clients’ pets. While this literature in no way should replace a visit to your vet, many pet owners have found them to helpful resources from time to time.
Feliway and Adaptil diffusers are designed to treat behavioral disorders in your companion animals by acting as behavioral medicines in the form of synthetic pheromones. This website contains useful information if your pet is engaging in unwanted behaviors.
Your four-legged family member may experience unforeseen illness or injury. Pet health insurance is an effective option to provide protection for your cats and dogs while helping with unexpected veterinary expenses.
Leptospirosis is a growing concern for canines, particularly in cities and suburbs, which is characterized by a potentially fatal bacterial disease. This website outlines valuable information as well as preventative measures such as vaccinations and antibiotics.
Vaccines are effective in preventing illness and disease, therefore saving lives. This website contains essential information about how to keep your companion happy and healthy through proper vaccinations.
This resource works in collaboration with the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) and the American Association of Feline Practitioners to provide valuable healthcare information to keep your feline friend happy and healthy- from general information and common illnesses to clinical resources and health and wellness recommendations.
Canine Heart Health
Canine heart disease is a serious and life-threatening condition, however, early diagnosis and treatment can greatly increase your dog’s longevity and quality of life.
A growing number of felines are acquiring diabetes. Thankfully, feline diabetes is entirely manageable and does not equate to a death sentence if treated immediately. This website outlines useful information regarding feline diabetes, symptoms, risk factors, diagnosis and treatment options.
The ASPCA provides beneficial information about poison control and how to react if your companion ingests a substance that may be toxic. For your convenience, this resource is available for poison-related emergencies 24 hours day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year and is easily contacted by (888) 426-4435.
Companion Animal Parasite Council, also referred to as CAPC, benefits pet owners by providing advantageous information and recommendations on disease control and prevention based on factors such as location and type of parasite.
Tularemia in Dogs
PetMD provides important information on Tularemia, a bacterial disease occasionally seen in dogs. Another name that is commonly used for this disease is Rabbit Fever.
Located in the Highlands neighborhood of Arvada, directly Northwest of Denver. We are right off of Wadsworth Blvd and W 80th Ave near the Indian Tree Golf Club and Shopping Mall.