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Dog Reunited with Family After 2 Months Because of Microchip

Scanning for a microchip

We are often asked why a pet owner should microchip their pet. A microchip gives your pet a scannable chip about the size of a grain of rice. The chip contains a number that identifies your dog. That identification contains information about the pet owner, so if […]

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New Mexico State Fair and Your Pets

The New Mexico State Fair is starting, it must be fall. A lot of people ask us if we know the pet policy for the state fair. Yes, we do. Pets are not allowed at the state fair unless they are a service animal, or they are […]

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Labor Day

We will be closed on Labor Day so our staff can enjoy the day with their family. We hope that you have a great holiday.

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Pet Safety on Labor Day Weekend

Vetco Service Dogs

labor dayIn just a few days it will be Labor Day Weekend! Time for BBQ’s with friends! As we all welcome in the soon to arrive fall with a nice long weekend, lets look at some pet safety tips to make sure you are able to enjoy […]

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Fun Facts About Cat Claws

Cats claws are really cool Here are some facts to show you how cool they really are! Claws are not nails, or not like human nails. Human nails are flat and lay on top of our fingers and toes. Cats come out of their toes and are […]

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Surprising Facts about Puppy and Kitten Nutrition

Puppy and Kitten Vetco

I love puppies! I love kittens! But did you know there is a lot to know about their nutrition? It is not as simple as feeding them dog food. Puppies and Kittens have special needs. Puppies and kittens are super sensitive to nutritional imbalances. This is the […]

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Cushings Disease in Dogs

The first question you probably have is, “What is Cushing’s Disease?” Cushing’s is he excess production of cortisol. It is one of the most common endocrine disorders affecting dogs. Cushing’s can develop when the dog’s body over produces cortisol or when they are given corticosteroids for a […]

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Flea and Tick Facts

flea prevention

It is flea season in New Mexico! Make sure you come down to the Los Lunas Clinic and pick up your Frontline Flea and Tick treatment. In the mean time here are some fun facts about fleas: Female fleas lay 20 eggs per day. Half of the […]

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Are Nuts and Seeds Dangerous to Your Dog?

Nut allergies seem to be becoming ever more present in our society. Because of its frequency, pet owners are starting to wonder if it is ok for their dogs to eat nuts and seed? Can dogs eat nuts? The simple answer is yes. Most nuts are ok […]

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Almond Butter vs Peanut Butter for Your Dog

albuquerque peanut butter

It is the BIG debate…Almond butter vs Peanut butter.  Taste, health, allergies, there is so much debate over these two nut butters. Of course, peanuts are not really a nut are they? Peanuts are a legume, meaning they are in the bean family. But regardless of legume […]

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The information provided on this website is written by Vetco staff. All information is meant to be informational and is not meant as veterinary advice. If you have a health question regarding your pet, their treatment or anything concerning their veterinary care, please call Vetco to consult with a veterinarian.