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INTRODUCTION

elcome to the 4th annual Colorado Springs PETacular Pet Directory which provides the most current information to enhance your pet’s health and wellness. This directory is designed to educate our community on responsible pet care by providing information such as the importance of vaccinating your pet, healthcare tips, what is considered an emergency, grooming guide, and training tips to name a few. You will also find an A-Z listing of Businesses, Products and Services for all Animal Lovers. Every year we enjoy bringing new businesses and educational articles to your finger tips to enlighten and entertain our community of pet lovers. This year’s design is a Flip Book where you can access Money Saving Coupons when viewing from the back cover first. Thank you to all our loyal readers and advertisers for the positive response and support of this guide.

Publisher/Editor Kelly Crnokrak Art Director/Graphic Design Alison Harder Contributing Writers Roberta Brunner, CCHt Sarah Frey Dr. Jeffrey Gross, DVM Skye M. Stevens Linda Tellington-Jones, PhD (Hon) Dr. Russell Welfare, DVM Dr. Lee Wilwerding, DVM

EDITORIAL CONTENT

42 Easy Peanut Butter Dog Treat Cookies 6 My Pet Peticulars 44 Benefits of Raw Diet 7 All About Vaccinations 62-63 You Have a Pet. Now What? 8 What is an Emergency Top 10 Questions to Ask 68-69 9 The 8 Essential Healthcare Tips (before signing up for Dog Training Classes 12 Home Tweet Home! or Private Lessons) Housing and Cages for Birds Magic of Ttouch ® 71 The Loss of a Family Pet 20 Is Your Pet Missing? Here’s What to Do! 72 Pet Dental Care 24 – 25 Ask The Doc: 73 Are You Afraid of Dogs? 31 – 32 When should I take my Pet to the Vet? Grooming Guide 34 Should You Declaw Your Cat? 80 How to Select a Good Quality Food 41

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Acupuncture – Pets AKC Star Puppy Alternative Remedies Animal Bereavement Animal Control/Cruelty Aquatic Therapy Associations Behavior Modification Bird/Aviary Supplies Birthday Parties-Pets Blood Banks Boarding –Canine Boarding – Feline Boutiques/Pet Clothing Breed Specialty Business Opportunities Canine Good Citizen Car Wash Carpet Cleaning Cats – Adoptions Cemeteries/Memorial Park Charities-Pets Chiropractic – Pets Cleaning Services Compounding Pharmacies Coupon Online Offers Cremation Services Daycare – Canine Delivery Services Dental / Oral Hygiene Dental –Veterinarians Disaster Preparedness for Lost Pets Dog Adoption – Breed Specific Dog Walking Emergency Services Equine Cremation Equine Rescue Essential Oils Euthanasia Euthanasia-Mobile Events Fear of Dogs Fencing Flower Essences Food Banks – Pets Foster Gardening – Pet Friendly Gift Shop Specialty Grooming- Humans Grooming – Pets Grooming Schools Heartworm Testing Holistic & Natural Products Holistic Therapy House Cleaning Humane Societies Hypnotherapist In-Home Dog Training Jewelry-Pets Landscaping-Pet Friendly Laser Therapy Low Cost Vaccinations Marketing Online Offers Massage-Humans Massage-Pets

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Microchipping 38-39 Mobile Services 39 National Therapy Dog Registry 39 Natural Pet Food 40 Obedience Training 40 Online Coupons 40 Organic Foods 42 Orthopedic Specialist Board Certified 43 Pain Management 43 Pet Aftercare Services - Cremation 43 Pet Doors- Canine & Feline 43 Pet Food 43 Pet Food Home Delivery 45 Pet Food – Raw 45 Pet Loving Businesses 45 Pet Photo Albums 46 Pet Placement 48 Pet Recovery 48 Pet Services 48, 50 Pet Sitting 51 Pet Sitting – In My Home 51 Pet Spa 51 Pet Stores –Retail 52 Pet Supplies – Birds 52 Pet Wash 52 Pharmacies 54 Photography 54 Physical Rehabilitation 54 Poop Scoop 59 Publications – Pets 59 Reiki – Animals 59 Reiki – Humans 59 Reptile Supplies 59 Rescue Organizations, Shelters & Adoptions 60 Rescue/No Kill Shelters Adoptions-Cats & Dogs 64 Restaurants Pet Friendly Patios 64 Retail Indoor Mall 64 Retail Mall Outdoor Pet Friendly 64 Safety-Pets 64 Self Serve Pet Wash 64 Service Dog Training 64 Shop Online 66 Sounds Therapy 66 Spay/Neuter 66 Specialty Gifts 67 Sport Injury 70 Tellington TTouch 70 Thrift Store 70 Training & Behavior Specialist-Canine 70 Upholstery/Fabric Cleaning 70 Urns 74 Veterinarians – Aviary/Bird 74 Veterinarians – Cats 74 Veterinarians – Digital Radiology 74 Veterinarians – Exotic 76 Veterinarians - Emergency Open 24/7 76 Veterinarians – Hospitals 77-78 Veterinarians – Laser Therapy 78 Veterinarians – Small Animals 79 Veterinarians Specialists Board Certified 81 Specialists Dental/Board Certified 81 Veterinarians Veterinarians – Surgical Treatment 81 Weight Loss – Pets 81 Index 82-83 Coupons C- Section 2012 PETACULAR PET DIRECTORY 5

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CATEGORY LISTINGS

Acupressure


MY PET PETICULARS

My Pet Peticulars Name: ____________________________________________________________ Breed: ____________________________________________________________ Mother: ________________________ Father: ___________________________ Address: __________________________________________________________ City: _____________________________________________________________ Current Weight: __________________ Eye Color:________________________ Place of Birth: _____________________________________________________ Contact: __________________________________________________________ Date of Birth: ______________________________________________________ Veterinarian/Clinic: _________________________________________________ Doctor: _________________________________ Phone: __________________

License Number: ___________________________________________________ Shots Updated: ____________________ Bordetella Shot Date: ____________ Distinctive Traits: __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ Unique Behaviors: __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ Things I love most: _________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ The reason for getting my pet: ________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________

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By Dr. Russell Welfare, DVM North Powers Animal Hospital

719.282.1222 NorthPowersAnimalHospital.com

accines can prevent many diseases and help your pets live longer and healthier lives. Following are some facts about a few diseases that are pertinent to pets living on the Front Range. Rabies- Rabies can be transmitted by many wild animals including bats, raccoons, foxes, and skunks. Currently we are seeing an increase in the number of rabid skunks along the Front Range. The best way to protect against this deadly disease is to keep both dogs and cats vaccinated and minimize their contact with wild animals. Leptospirosis- Leptospirosis is a disease that can be transmitted by rats, mice, deer, foxes, and other wild animals and their urine. This disease attacks the liver and kidneys and can cause severe damage in a short period of time. Currently the vaccine protects for the four (of eight) most common types of Leptospirosis. Canine Influenza- Canine Influenza is a highly contagious respiratory infection that is prevalent in Colorado and can be quite severe. It is a relatively new virus and consequently most dogs are susceptible to it. It is easily spread between dogs at dog parks, boarding or grooming facilities, and other social settings. For further information about these and other preventable disease please talk with your veterinarian. DATE GIVEN

Distemper Parvovirus Hepatitis/ Adenovirus2 Parainfluenza Leptospirosis Rabies Bordetella Influenza

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ALL ABOUT VACCINATIONS

All About Vaccinations


WHAT IS AN EMERGENCY?

What is an Emergency? By Lee Wilwerding, DVM

here are many different degrees of the same problem that could look very similar. Vomiting could be a simple upset stomach or a gastric foreign body. One is an emergency, one might not be. So, what is an emergency is a simple question without a simple answer. Here are some tips and generalities to help determine that answer.

u Notice how your pet acts when they are healthy. Be concerned if they

are more quiet than normal or they don’t respond to you as normal. Vomiting once from a puppy that continues to be very happy and excited, may not be an emergency. BUT if he vomits and acts uncomfortable, then that is an emergency. Sometimes these things are subtle so you really need to know your pet. u Toxins should always be taken seriously. Any ingestion of a chemical or medication that was not prescribed by a veterinarian warrants a call to the ER. Many household medications can cause problems for pets—Tylenol and even ibuprofen if not given as directed by a veterinarian. Pets are often getting into human medications. If they do, you need to call the ER. u Garage chemicals, specifically antifreeze, are always an emergency. This will damage your pet’s kidneys very quickly. There is treatment for it, but it is must be started soon. u Rat poison, or any pesticide or rodenticide if ingested means they should be seen right away even if they seem ok. When rat poison is eaten by your pet, they will act perfectly fine for many days, but then the problems show up and by this time they are in far worse condition than if they had been seen immediately. u Seizures occur often with pets A single seizure that comes and goes quickly, may not be an emergency. Seizures that repeat or get more severe are emergency and your pet should receive medications to stop the seizures before their cumulative effects cause harm. u Lacerations also have different degrees of seriousness. There are the simple ones and there are the deep ones where blood vessels and tendons can be cut. Any deep laceration should be seen quickly, especially if there is profuse bleeding. Lacerated tendons can be fixed if they are treated immediately. But any laceration will benefit from early treatment. Infection can be headed off by quick cleaning of the wounds and appropriate medications if indicated. In this case there is one good piece of advise I can give, remove your metal lawn edging from your yard. This is notorious for causing the worst and deepest paw lacerations. 8

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Feed a high quality food ration designed for the stage of life or health needs of your pet. Well known brands may differ significantly in nutritional benefits. Ask your Veterinarian for a diet recommendation. Follow a monthly parasite control plan to prevent internal and external parasites. This protects you as well as your pets.

(See www.capcvet.org)

Keep your pet up to date on needed vaccinations.

(See www.aahanet.org)

Provide regular dental cleanings performed by your vet. (See www.petdental.com)

Pet Identification. Pet tags and microchipping can save your pet’s life.

Schedule regular healthcare checkups with your veterinarian

Provide regular grooming, skin and coat care. Complete a behavioral and “good citizen” training program. (See www.ccpdt.org)

So there you have it!

If you pay attention to the 8 essential healthcare tips, you are going a long way towards being a responsible pet owner! You will have a happier, healthier pet and you will be happier with your pet as well.

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ESSENTIAL HEALTHCARE TIPS

The 8 Essential Healthcare Tips


ACUPRESSURE

Acupressure

Alternative Remedies (also see Holistic Therapy)

Canine Contentment Manners, Massage & More

Brown Veterinary Hospital

Specializing in All Levels of Reward Based Training

Caring For Your Pets Like They Are Our Own

See coupons C13-14

(719) 264-1267 www.K9Contentment.com Natural Pet Products

Anesthesia Free Teeth Cleaning for Dogs & Cats

Brighton, CO 80603 (303) 514-0076 www.NaturalPetProducts.net

Acupuncture - Pets Brown Veterinary Hospital See ads pages 55, 75, C11-12

Caring For Your Pets Like They Are Our Own

45 E. Old Broadmoor Rd. Co Spgs, CO 80906 (719) 636-3341 www.BrownVet.com Powers Pet Rehab See ad page 54

Alternative Care Center 5950 Stetson Hills Blvd. Co Spgs, CO 80923 (719) 550-8303 www.PowersPetEmergency.com

AKC Star Puppy

Canine Contentment Manners, Massage & More See coupons C13-14

Specializing in All Levels of Reward Based Training

(719) 264-1267 www.K9Contentment.com

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45 E. Old Broadmoor Rd. Co Spgs, CO 80906 (719) 636-3341 www.BrownVet.com Canine Contentment Manners, Massage & More See coupons C13-14

Specializing in All Levels of Reward Based Training

(719) 264-1267 www.K9Contentment.com Eastside Pharmacy

See ad page 56-57, C3-6

Medicine Made Easy For Pets & People

8540 Scarborough Drive, Ste 150 Co Spgs, CO 80820 (719) 596-4650 Natural Pet Products

Anesthesia Free Teeth Cleaning for Dogs & Cats

Brighton, CO 80603 (303) 514-0076 www.NaturalPetProducts.net Paws ‘n’ Tails Hydrotherapy Pool See ad page 2, C19-20

10895 Sandlilly Lane Falcon, CO 80831 (719) 244-3653 www.K9Hydrotherapy.com Powers Pet Rehab See ad page 54

Alternative Care Center 5950 Stetson Hills Blvd. Co Spgs, CO 80923 (719) 550-8303 www.PowersPetEmergency.com

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Aquatic Therapy

Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region

Paws ‘n’ Tails Hydrotherapy Pool

610 Abbott Lane Co Spgs, CO 80905 (719) 473-1741 www.HSPPR.org

10895 Sandlilly Lane Falcon, CO 80831 (719) 244-3653 www.K9Hydrotherapy.com

See coupons C17-18

See ad page 2, C19-20

Homeward Bound

Powers Pet Rehab

(719) 636-1036, (866) 636-1036 www.Homeward-Bound-Pet.com

Alternative Care Center 5950 Stetson Hills Blvd. Co Spgs, CO 80923 (719) 550-8303 www.PowersPetEmergency.com

See ads pages 21, C2, C15-16 Aftercare & Cremation Services for All Sizes of Pets; Dogs, Cats, Pocket-Pets, Birds, Exotics, Horses & Other Farm Pets

Pueblo Animal Services See coupons C17-18

4600 Eagleridge Place Pueblo, CO 81008 (719) 544-3005 www.PuebloAnimalServices.org

Animal Control/Cruelty Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region See coupons C17-18

610 Abbott Lane Co Spgs, CO 80905 (719) 473-1741 www.HSPPR.org Pueblo Animal Services See coupons C17-18

4600 Eagleridge Place Pueblo, CO 81008 (719) 544-3005 www.PuebloAnimalServices.org

See ad page 54

Associations Rocky Mountain Stockdog Association Promoting All Breeds of Herding Stockdogs

6135 Templeton Gap Rd. Co Spgs, CO 80923 www.MPStockdog.net

Behavior Modification A New Beginning TTouch Certified Practitioner

See coupons C7-8 Specializing in puppy mill survivors and other traumatized companion animals

(308) 991-4568 LindaHoover54@yahoo.com Canine Contentment Manners, Massage & More See coupons C13-14

Specializing in All Levels of Reward Based Training

(719) 264-1267 www.K9Contentment.com

“There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.” - Bern Williams

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ANIMAL BEREAVEMENT

Animal Bereavement

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HOME TWEET HOME

Home Tweet Home! Housing and Cages for Birds

our bird’s cage is her home, tweet, home-and it is up to you to make sure it is as comfortable and clean, sturdy and safe as possible. A well-made cage and accessories can be expensive, especially those for larger birds - but it is the most important investment you will make for your pet. Always buy the largest, most well-constructed cage you can afford. No matter the species, your bird should have enough room to stretch and flap her wings and fly from perch to perch. A typical cage for smaller birds should be at least 18 inches tall and 15 inches from front to back. Canaries and finches prefer a cage that's wider, rather than taller, and parakeets like a tall cage with horizontal bars they can climb. The bars should be spaced only .4 inches apart to prevent escape or injury. Larger birds such as cockatoos need roomier accommodations. Go for a cage three or four feet high and three feet across.

Ready to set up your new pet's digs? Location is everything. Place the cage in a warm, bright part of the house, close to where the action is but away from drafts and off the floor. Avoid the kitchen at all costs.Birds are extremely sensitive to fumes, and those from self-cleaning ovens and Teflon-coated cookware, if overheated, can be fatal. Do not place the cage in direct sunlight. This could cause your bird to overheat.

Once you have found a prime location for the cage, you may want to install several perches at differing heights: one, of course, at level with the food dishes. Opt for varying sizes so your pet can exercise her feet. Wooden perches work great, and fruit-tree branches, if you can find them, are preferred by many avian caretakers. Be sure they have not been sprayed with any chemicals, and wash and dry them before fitting them in the cage. Avoid cherry wood, which is toxic, and sandpaper perches that can be tough on tender avian feet. Most cages are equipped with a removable grate for easy cleaning, but you'll need to cover the bottom of the cage with plain paper, paper bags cut to size or processed corn cobs. Newspaper is fine, as long as it has been printed with non-toxic, soy-based inks. Change the paper daily.

To keep the cage in tip-top condition, it must be thoroughly cleaned twice a month or so. Droppings and other debris left to sit can cause bacteria to build up, which can make your bird ill. Wash the cage, perches, toys and dishes with a disinfectant solution. Rinse well, and make sure everything's dry before you return your bird to her castle.

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BirdSupplies.com

Pet City - Citadel Mall

See ad this page Full Range of Bird Supplies

See ad page 52

Caring Full Line of Pets & Supplies

6850 N. Academy Blvd. Co Spgs, CO 80918 (316) 841-2700 www.BirdSupplies.com

750 Citadel Drive East Co Spgs, CO 80909 (719) 596-2722 www.PetCityPetShops.com

Pet City - Chapel Hills Mall

Birthday Parties - Pets

See ad page 52

Caring Full Line of Pets & Supplies

Paws ‘n’ Tails Hydrotherapy Pool

1710 Briargate Blvd., Ste 411 Co Spgs, CO 80818 (719) 599-8899 www.PetCityPetShops.com

See ad page 2, C19-20

10895 Sandlilly Lane Falcon, CO 80831 (719) 244-3653 www.K9Hydrotherapy.com

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BIRD/AVIARY SUPPLIES

Bird/Aviary Supplies


BLOOD BANKS

Blood Banks

HemoSolutions Animal Blood Bank

Saving Lives is in your dog’s blood Earn money towards your Veterinary Expenses

(719) 380-1900 www.HemoSolutions.com

Boarding-Canine Brown Veterinary Hospital See ads pages 55, 75, C11-12

Caring For Your Pets Like They Are Our Own

45 E. Old Broadmoor Rd. Co Spgs, CO 80906 (719) 636-3341 www.BrownVet.com Camp Bow Wow - Monument

All Day Play, Snooze The Night Away ®

18985 Base Camp Rd. Monument, CO 80132 (719) 632-9247

Boarding-Canine continued

Canine Campus

See ads 3, 14, 22, C25-26

3116 Karen Place Co Spgs, CO 80907 (719) 448-9600 www.CanineCampus.us Central Bark Dog Daycare & Boarding See ad page 23

4336 N. Nevada Ave. Co Spgs, CO 80907 (719) 592-9300 www.COSCentralBark.com Doggie Dude Ranch See ad page 22

Your Dog’s Home On The Range

1360 N. Curtis Rd. Co Spgs, CO 80930 (719) 683-2902 or (719) 649-4180 www.LehnPup@Earthlink.net

www.CampBowWow.com/Monument

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Doggie Kamp with Cats on the Side See ad this page

Pamper Your Pets at our Country Resort! We Care for Cats & Dogs above the clouds

Woodland Park, CO (719) 687- 6187, (719) 641-9193 www.DoggieKamp.biz Home Away From Home Dog Boarding See ad this page

Dog Boarding In My Home, Your Dog’s Home Away From Home!

Co Spgs, CO 80904 (719) 229-4443

Boarding-Feline Canine Campus

See ads 3, 14, 22, C25-26

3116 Karen Place Co Spgs, CO 80907 (719) 448-9600 www.CanineCampus.us Doggie Kamp with Cats on the Side See ad this page

Pamper Your Pets at our Country Resort! We Care for Cats & Dogs above the clouds

Woodland Park, CO (719) 687- 6187, (719) 641-9193 www.DoggieKamp.biz

www.HomeAwayFromHomeDogBoarding.com

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BOUTIQUES

Boutiques/Pet Clothing

Gigi’s The Animal Lovers’ Gift Shop See ad this page, 36

Innovative Gifts for Companion Animals & Their Guardian

728 Manitou Avenue Manitou Springs, CO 80829 (719) 685-4772 www.GigisShop.com Pet City - Chapel Hills Mall See ad page 52

Caring Full Line of Pets & Supplies

1710 Briargate Blvd., Ste 411 Co Spgs, CO 80818 (719) 599-8899 www.PetCityPetShops.com Pet City - Citadel Mall See ad page 52

Caring Full Line of Pets & Supplies

750 Citadel Drive East Co Spgs, CO 80909 (719) 596-2722 www.PetCityPetShops.com

Breed Specialty Great Pyrenees Rescue & Sanctuary

Preparing Pyrenees For Adoption Into A Forever Home

13990 Windy Pine Drive Elbert, CO 80106 (719) 495-5810 www.Pyrescue.org JKL13990@Q.com

Business Opportunities LifeVantage Distributor

Dedicated to helping people reach their wellness goals through science-based solutions to oxidated stress.

Protandim patented reducing oxidated stress and inflammation in all mammals (Protandim is Perfect For Pets too!)

(719) 488-8877 www.LifeVantage.com Local Coupon Buzz See ad page 18

Support Local Pet Non-Profit While You Shop Online

808 Village Center Dr. Co Spgs, CO 80919 (719) 217-3776 www.LocalCouponBuzz.com

We carry a fabulous selection of innovative gifts for companion animals and their people, including Pet Slings, Pet Wheelarounds for airline travel, Lookout Car Seats, Thundershirts, & great toys & treats!

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Cats - Adoptions Happy Cats Haven 1412 S. 21st Street Co Spgs, CO 80904 (719) 635-5000 www.HappyCatsHaven.org

Oxyfresh Independent Distributors

Turn Your Love Of Pets Into Cash, Work From Home

(719) 227-9125 www.PetworthCS.com

Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region

Canine Good Citizen

See coupons C17-18

Canine Contentment Manners, Massage & More

610 Abbott Lane Co Spgs, CO 80905 (719) 473-1741 www.HSPPR.org

See coupons C13-14

Specializing in All Levels of Reward Based Training

(719) 264-1267 www.K9Contentment.com

Pueblo Animal Services See coupons C17-18

4600 Eagleridge Place Pueblo, CO 81008 (719) 544-3005 www.PuebloAnimalServices.org

Car Wash Smudge Car & Dog Wash See ad page 53

Grooming By Appointment Only

Wild Blue Animal Rescue & Sanctuary

6295 Templeton Gap Road Co Spgs, CO 80923 (719) 528-1330 www.SmudgeWash.com

Adopt. Donate.Volunteer. See ad page 61, C23-24

11235 S. Holmes Rd. Co. Spgs, CO 80908 (719) 213-1127 www.wbars.org

Carpet Cleaning Extreme Clean Carpet and Upholstery Inc.

Fresh, Clean, Fluffy Carpets Every Time

(719) 592-0707 www.CleanedByExtreme.com

“Dogs have a way of finding the people who need them, and filling an emptiness we don’t even know we have.” - Thom Jones

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Business Opportunities


CEMETERIES

Cemeteries/Memorial Parks Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region Memorial Grounds See coupons C17-18

610 Abbott Lane Co Spgs, CO 80905 (719) 473-1741 www.HSPPR.org

Charities-Pets

(Donations/Volunteers Needed)

Happy Cats Haven 1412 S. 21st Street Co Spgs, CO 80904 (719) 635-5000 www.HappyCatsHaven.org Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region See coupons C17-18

610 Abbott Lane Co Spgs, CO 80905 (719) 473-1741 www.HSPPR.org Pet Assistance League of Colorado Springs (PAL)

Pal is dedicated to providing outstanding veterinary care to pets in need

(719) 550-8300 drlee@palpetcharity.com www.palpetcharity.com

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Peak Pet Pantry

“We Lend a Helping Paw”

P.O. Box 38554 Co Spgs, CO 80937 (719) 217-9528 www.pikespeakpetpantry.org

Cleaning Services Cleaning Maid EZ, LLC

Detailed Driven! Satisfaction A Given!

1421 Eagle View Drive Co Spgs, CO 80909 (719) 231-7262

Compounding Pharmacies

Pueblo Animal Services

Eastside Pharmacy

4600 Eagleridge Place Pueblo, CO 81008 (719) 544-3005

Medicine Made Easy For Pets & People

See coupons C17-18

Safe Place

See ad page 49 Rehoming Pets of Terminally Ill Owners

(719) 359-0201 www.SafePlacePets.org

Rocky Mountain Stockdog Association

Promoting All Breeds of Herding Stockdogs

6135 Templeton Gap Rd. Co Spgs, CO 80923 www.MPStockdog.net St. Paws Thrift Store

Donate or Spend & Help our Best Friends!

3275 E. Platte Unit E Co Spgs, CO (719) 597-DOGS www.StPaws.org

See ad page 56-57, C3-6

8540 Scarborough Drive, Ste 150 Co Spgs, CO 80820 (719) 596-4650 Medicine Shoppe Pharmacy

Custom Compounded Medications, We make “treating” your pets easier!

2431 N. Union Blvd. Co Spgs, CO 80909 (719) 630-3154

Coupons Online Offers Local Coupon Buzz See ad page 18

Support Local Pet Non-Profit While You Shop Online

808 Village Center Dr. Co Spgs, CO 80919 (719) 217-3776 www.LocalCouponBuzz.com

Chiropractic-Animal Powers Pet Rehab See ad page 54

Alternative Care Center 5950 Stetson Hills Blvd. Co Spgs, CO 80923 (719) 550-8303 www.PowersPetEmergency.com

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Charities-Pets continued

(Donations/Volunteers Needed)


THE LOSS OF A FAMILY PET

By Skye M. Stevens Owner of Homeward Bound he loss of a family pet can be a devastating event for many people. We can never be certain when we will be faced with this situation. At Homeward Bound, we understand the sorrow of losing a pet, as well as the necessary closure each pet-owner must go through when a beloved pet family member passes on. l

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We offer a wide choice of memorialization items and various cremation options. We are available to assist you in making a decision that will be dignified and respectful, and will accommodate your needs as well. There are three primary alternatives for a pet’s aftercare: Private Cremation (the pet is the only animal placed in the crematory); Partitioned Cremation (several pets are placed in isolated zones within the cremation chamber – there is limited commingling of ashes); and Communal Cremation (multiple animals are cremated together without any form of separation – these remains are not returned to the owner).

In order to ensure that your pet is treated with the utmost care, each and every pet is individually identified and tracked carefully through the cremation process, with the pet’s remains being returned to the owner when the process is complete. We make every effort to return a pet’s remains to the owner within 2-3 days, with delays only in the event of a special order urn. We have a large variety of urns for pet-owners to choose from. These include wood, ceramic, pottery, marble, brass, biodegradable paper, and cardboard scattering urns. Some people opt for providing their own urn. We welcome pet owners who wish to visit our facility prior to their pet’s passing, in order to plan for aftercare in advance of the need.

We offer home pick-up of deceased pets; we also accept pets at our facility, by appointment. We are able to accommodate a variety of pets at our facility. In addition to dogs, cats, and pocket-pets, we provide services for birds, llamas and alpacas, big cats, miniature horses, large snakes, goats, horses and other farm animals. At Homeward Bound, we know losing a pet is never easy. We can help you honor and remember them. 2012 PETACULAR PET DIRECTORY

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CREMATION SERVICES

Cremation Services

Homeward Bound

See ads pages 21, C2, C15-16 Aftercare & Cremation Services for All Sizes of Pets; Dogs, Cats, Pocket-Pets, Birds, Exotics, Horses & Other Farm Pets

(719) 636-1036, (866) 636-1036 www.Homeward-Bound-Pet.com

Daycare-Canine

Camp Bow Wow - Monument All Day Play, Snooze The Night Away ®

18985 Base Camp Rd. Monument, CO 80132 (719) 632-9247

Daycare-Canine continued

Canine Campus

See ads 3, 14, 22, C25-26

3116 Karen Place Co Spgs, CO 80907 (719) 448-9600 www.CanineCampus.us Central Bark Dog Daycare & Boarding See ad page 23

4336 N. Nevada Ave. Co Spgs, CO 80907 (719) 592-9300 www.COSCentralBark.com

Doggie Dude Ranch See ad this page

www.CampBowWow.com/Monument

Your Dog’s Home On The Range

1360 N. Curtis Rd. Co Spgs, CO 80930 (719) 683-2902 or (719) 649-4180 www.LehnPup@Earthlink.net

LET THE GAMES BEGIN!

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DELIVERY SERVICES

Homeward Bound

Delivery Services

See ads pages 21, C2, C15-16 Aftercare & Cremation Services for All Sizes of Pets; Dogs, Cats, Pocket-Pets, Birds, Exotics, Horses & Other Farm Pets

(719) 636-1036, (866) 636-1036 www.Homeward-Bound-Pet.com

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Petworth of Colorado Springs See ad this page, 45, C19-20

Everything Your Pet Deserves. Delivered.

1188 Turner Rd. Co Spgs, CO 80920 (719) 227-9125 www.PetworthCS.com

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PET DENTAL CARE

Pet Dental Care By Dr. Russell Welfare, DVM North Powers Animal Hospital

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ragon Breath, Green Fuzzy Teeth, Touchy Teeth, and Billy Bob Mouth. All of us have seen pets with problem mouths, but most people don’t know that by the age of 3 years a full 85% of pets will have periodontal disease. Periodontal disease is the most common clinical condition in adult dogs and cats and is completely preventable. Signs of Dental Disease in Dogs and Cats Bad breath Teeth that are discolored or covered in tartar Loose teeth A sensitive or painful mouth Drooling or dropping food from the mouth Bleeding from the mouth Loss of appetite or loss of weight (this combination can result from diseases of many organs, and early veterinary exam is important). Often these signs will develop gradually and are difficult to notice. I see animals on a regular basis whose owners describe as “acting grumpy” or “getting old,” but when we fix their dental disease they start acting “like puppies again!” Dental disease has been linked to many long term problems. Often they are directly related to the amount of tartar and the length of time it is present, but some significant problems can occur early in the course of dental disease. Problems related to Dental Disease Red, swollen, painful gums Infection at the gumline or at the roots of the teeth Gum loss or bone loss around the teeth Tooth loss or broken teeth Hole (Fistula) formation from the oral to the nasal cavity Damage to other organs such as the heart, liver, and kidneys

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A professional dental cleaning should include the following: Pre-anesthetic exam - This examination allows your vet to minimize the risk associated with anesthesia. Today’s advanced anesthetic protocols allow us to safely anesthetize and recover many patients, even older ones. Anesthesia monitoring - Monitoring your pet’s vital signs (temperature, heart rate, breathing, blood pressure, and others) helps ensure safety and allows your veterinarian to adjust the anesthesia as needed. Dental radiographs - Radiographs (X-rays) of the teeth allow your veterinarian to evaluate below the gum line for any abnormalities that cannot be detected by examination alone. Scaling and polishing - This removes the tartar and smooths the surface of the teeth to slow down the recurrence of bacterial accumulation and tartar. Scaling under the gumline is one of the most important steps in a good dental. Fluoride treatment - Fluoride helps strengthen the enamel and decrease future plaque formation. Most dogs and cats will need regular dental cleanings (just like people) as tartar recurs. By addressing dental care at home you can decrease the progression of the disease and often the frequency of subsequent dental cleanings. Home care should include: Brushing teeth - Just like people, this is the best way to slow the progression of tartar

Oral rinses - Effective at decreasing the bacterial count in the mouth

Proven dental diets - Be careful, many “dental” diets are not proven to decrease tartar

Dental chews - Additives in these chews decrease bacteria and reduce plaque on the teeth Water additives - Decrease bacteria in the mouth

Always discuss home care with your veterinarian. Some methods may be more effective or feasible for your pet, but the more consistent you are, the better the long term outcome will be. With a little routine care you can extend the length and quality of your pet’s life!

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dental plaque and tartar that forms on teeth. This begins with a good oral exam and professional dental cleaning by your veterinarian.


DELIVERY SERVICES

Delivery Services

Phoenix Rising Raw

See coupons C21-22 Premium All Natural Personalized Meals for Man’s Best Friend

(719) 233-8812 PhoenixRisingRaw@gmail.com The Zookeepers LLC See ad page 27, C23-24

We Love All Animals & Happy to Care For All Your Zoo Members

Pet Sitting, Taxi & Dog Walking (719) 502-ZOOO (9000)

Dental / Oral Hygiene Natural Pet Products

Anesthesia Free Teeth Cleaning for Dogs & Cats

Brighton, CO 80603 (303) 514-0076 www.NaturalPetProducts.net

Petworth of Colorado Springs See ads pages 23, 45, C19-20

Everything Your Pet Deserves. Delivered. Oxyfresh Mouth Rinse

1188 Turner Rd. Co Spgs, CO 80920 (719) 227-9125 www.PetworthCS.com

Dental-Veterinarians Animal Dental Care

Board Certified Veterinary Dental Specialist

5520 N. Nevada Avenue, Suite 150

Co Spgs, CO (719) 536-9949 www.WellPets.com

Austin Bluffs Animal Clinic See coupons C9-10

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Dental-Veterinarians continued Black Forest Veterinary Clinic 12740 Black Forest Road Co Spgs, CO 80908 (719) 495-3666 www.BlackForestVet.com Brown Veterinary Hospital See ads pages 55, 75, C11-12

Caring For Your Pets Like Their Our Own

45 E. Old Broadmoor Rd. Co Spgs, CO 80906 (719) 636-3341 www.BrownVet.com Companion Animal Clinic See ad page 77

Susan N. Whitmore, DVM Now AAHA Approved

2873 Dublin Blvd.

Co Spgs, CO 80918 (719) 593-7740 Cook Veterinary Hospital 21 W. Cimarron (Just east of I-25 on Cimarron) Co Spgs, CO 80903 (719) 633-7769 www.CookVeterinary.com North Powers Animal Hospital See ad page 78, C15-16

5470 Powers Center Point, Suite 100

Co Spgs, CO 80920 (719) 282-1222

www.NorthPowersAnimalHospital.com

Pikes Peak Veterinary Clinic See ad page 37

Comprehensive, Compassionate Care for Pets and Their People

1813 N. Union Blvd. Co Spgs, CO 80909 (719) 475-1747 www.PikesPeakVet.com

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Amber Alert for Pets

Disaster Preparedness & Lost Pet Recovery

618 Scranton Ave. Pueblo, CO 81004 (719) 217-3776 www.AmberAlertForPets.com

Dog Adoption Breed Specific Great Pyrenees Rescue & Sanctuary

Preparing Pyrenees For Adoption Into A Forever Home

13990 Windy Pine Drive Elbert, CO 80106 (719) 495-5810 www.Pyrescue.org JKL13990@Q.com

Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region See coupons C17-18

610 Abbott Lane Co Spgs, CO 80905 (719) 473-1741 www.HSPPR.org

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Dog Adoption Breed Specific continued Pueblo Animal Services See coupons C17-18

4600 Eagleridge Place Pueblo, CO 81008 (719) 544-3005 www.PuebloAnimalServices.org

Dog Walking Canine Campus

See ads 3, 14, 22, C25-26

3116 Karen Place Co Spgs, CO 80907 (719) 448-9600 www.CanineCampus.us

DISASTER PREPAREDNESS

Disaster Preparedness for Lost Pets

Precious Pet Petsitting All Pets Are Precious

P.O. Box 7835 Co Spgs, CO 80933 (719) 201-7840 www.PreciousPetPetsitting.com The Zookeepers LLC See ad this page, C23-24

We Love All Animals & Happy to Care For All Your Zoo Members

Pet Sitting, Taxi & Dog Walking (719) 502-ZOOO (9000)

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EMERGENCY SERVICES

Emergency Services

Equine Rescue

Powers Pet Emergency

Front Range Equine Rescue

5956 Stetson Hills Blvd. Co Spgs, CO 80923 (719) 473-0482 www.PowersPetEmergency.com

PO Box 307 Larkspur, CO 80118 (719) 481-1490 www.FrontRangeEquineRescue.org

See ad this page

Equine Cremation Homeward Bound

See ads pages 21, C2, C15-16 Aftercare & Cremation Services for All Sizes of Pets; Dogs, Cats, PocketPets, Birds, Exotics, Horses & Other Farm Pets

(719) 636-1036, (866) 636-1036 www.Homeward-Bound-Pet.com

Preventing Abuse & Neglect of Horses

Ruby Ranch Horse Rescue Dedicated to Providing Shelter, Care, and Rehabilitation

36785 Ramah Road East Ramah, CO 80832 (719) 541-3642 www.RRHR.org

Essential Oils

Canine Contentment Manners, Massage & More

See coupons C13-14

Specializing in All Levels of Reward Based Training

(719) 264-1267 www.K9Contentment.com

Emergency & Critical Pet Care

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Euthanasia-Mobile

Homeward Bound

Homeward Bound

(719) 636-1036, (866) 636-1036 www.Homeward-Bound-Pet.com

(719) 636-1036, (866) 636-1036 www.Homeward-Bound-Pet.com

See ads pages 21, C2, C15-16 Aftercare & Cremation Services for All Sizes of Pets; Dogs, Cats, PocketPets, Birds, Exotics, Horses & Other Farm Pets

See ads pages 21, C2, C15-16 Aftercare & Cremation Services for All Sizes of Pets; Dogs, Cats, PocketPets, Birds, Exotics, Horses & Other Farm Pets

EUTHANASIA

Euthanasia

Peaceful Partings See ad this page

House-call pet euthanasia service

(719) 205-6003 www.PeacefulPartings.com

House Call Pet Euthanasia eciding to euthanize a pet is one of the most difficult decisions that many people make. It is a selfless decision that relieves end of life suffering of terminally ill pets. Because pets are considered part of the family, this is a very difficult time for everyone involved. The goal of Peaceful Partings is to make this time easier for both the pet and the family by offering pet euthanasia where the pet and the family are most comfortable, in their own home. We have evening and weekend appointments, please call for availability.

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EVENTS

Events

7th Annual “Bark at Briargate” Coming Summer 2012 The Promenade Shops at Briargate See ads pages 58, 65

I25 at Briargate Pkwy. Co. Spgs, CO 80920 (719) 265-6264

www.ThePromenadeShopsAtBriargate.com

All Breed Rescue & Training See ads this page, 33

Adopt, Foster, Training

20 Mount View Lane, Ste B & C Co Spgs, CO 80907 (719) 264-6460 www.HaveANiceDog.org

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any of us have pets, especially dogs and feel good being around them....but sometimes something goes wrong - perhaps our animal gets set upon by a large dog that's loose from its yard or maybe we are walking alone and one comes bounding out of a gate, large, barking and fierce. Most of us know the reality of a situation like that....stay calm...and don't look the dog in the eye. Easier said than done! What automatically happens is that our nervous system kicks in with some fear feelings. Fear is actually a protection mechanism within our subconscious minds and the nervous system is trying to stop us going near the fierce dog by giving us fear. However, we, with our conscious minds meanwhile are saying "ok, so I can handle this...stay calm...walk on..." etc. Again, most of us know that animals can sense fear and will respond to it, no matter how calm we are trying to appear!

As a Hypnotherapist we call this first encounter of the furry kind the "initial sensitizing response". In other words we've responded to the situation and had a fear reaction. If we are lucky that may fade quickly and if we don't have another event like that all will probably be well. However, if we do have another similar incident in the not too distant future - then real fear kicks in - in other words it multiplies. Every fear is like this - fear of heights, planes, public speaking - you name it....the fear just gets bigger each time....a re-enforcing response. It's the job of the subconscious primitive as it is - to do this. So how do you get rid of a fear?

Well, we've all heard of facing our fears and that can work so long as you can control the fear - staying cool and calm and being able to get "past" the fear and respond in a friendly manner. Not everyone can do that - so they need help.

The clue here to getting help is that fear is part of the subconscious. As adults our subconscious minds represent 90% of our minds and it works at 230,000 faster than our conscious minds! This tells you just how powerful it is and… guess what....it's not accessible to us as adults "consciously" without help!. This means we access our subconscious automatically but cannot go in there and remove a nasty feeling or fear ourselves. Now you understand why the subconscious is considered the "primitive" and "survival" part of our minds. Removing the fear after a traumatic event is part of the everyday work that a qualified Clinical Hypnotherapist does. In this particular instance, the negative feelings attached to any “dog incident” can be desensitized continued next page

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ARE YOU AFRAID OF DOGS?

Are You Afraid of Dogs?


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Are You Afraid of Dogs?

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in about 20 minutes and with positive suggestion therapy (together with a custom CD, given to every client of the Hypnotherapist author) the dog lover should be back on board with their furry friends in no time! For help with this issue or any other fear or phobia contact Roberta Brunner CCHt. of a Tranquil Mind Clinical Hypnotherapy at 719.321.9600 or email: atranquilmind@gmail.com. There is also information at www.atranquilmind.com. With 6 years of experience, doctor referred and with many proven successes and testimonials from happy clients, you are in safe and professional hands. Weight Management, PTSD, overcoming Trauma, Habits and Emotional Distress are all part of their services. Located at The Garden of Infinite Vitality, 835 Highway 105, Suite A, Palmer Lake, Co 80133 (just next to Monument Pinz Bowling). Please call for an appointment and free consult.

Fear of Dogs

A Tranquil Mind Clinical Hypnotherapy See ad this page

Food Banks-Pets Peak Pet Pantry

“We Lend a Helping Paw”

P.O. Box 38554

Success Overcoming Trauma, Habits, Co Spgs, CO 80937 and Emotional Distress. (719) 217-9528 Positively Transforming Lives

835 Highway 105, Suite A Palmer Lake, CO 80133 (719) 321-9600 www.ATranquilMind.com

Fencing

Invisible Fence by Lytnin, Inc. 7860 N. Academy Blvd. Co Spgs, CO 80920 (719) 471-9292 www.InvisibleFence.com

Flower Essences

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Foster All Breed Rescue & Training See ads pages 30,33

Adopt, Foster, Training

20 Mount View Lane, Ste B & C Co Spgs, CO 80907 (719) 264-6460 www.HaveANiceDog.org

Gardening-Pet Friendly Deb’s Gardening

Customized Landscapes Designs, Window Boxes, Fresh Flower Container Creations, Pet Friendly Patio Designs

(719) 459-1301 www.DebsGardening.com

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Gigi’s The Animal Lovers’ Gift Shop See ads pages 16, 36 Innovative Gifts for Companion Animals & Their Guardian

728 Manitou Avenue Manitou Springs, CO 80829 (719) 685-4772 www.GigisShop.com

Grooming-Humans

Pet Lovers Need TLC Too! High Maintenance & Manscaping

See coupons C13-14 A Salon for Nails, Skincare & Hair

6120 Barnes Road, Suite 160 Co Spgs, CO 80922 (719) AMAZING (262-9464) (719) 598-4MEN (262-4636) www.Mobile-Manicures.com www.ManScapingSalon.com

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GIFT SHOPS

Gift Shop Specialty

Canine Campus

See ads 3, 14, 22, C25-26

3116 Karen Place Co Spgs, CO 80907 (719) 448-9600 www.CanineCampus.us Central Bark Dog Daycare & Boarding See ad page 23

4336 N. Nevada Ave. Co Spgs, CO 80907 (719) 592-9300 www.COSCentralBark.com Smudge Car & Dog Wash See ad page 53

Grooming By Appointment Only

6295 Templeton Gap Road Co Spgs, CO 80923 (719) 528-1330 www.SmudgeWash.com

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GROOMING GUIDE

Grooming Guide professional Pet Groomer does so much much more than just keep our pets looking great and smelling fantastic. A Pet Groomer can also discover potential health problems early, such as ear infections, skin abnormalities, or tooth decay. No matter which establishment you choose, always seek a groomer that has been certified through the NDGAA to ensure proper education.

Cats have very oily coats and need to be bathed even more often than dogs. People have believed for centuries that cats groom themselves, but it’s just not true. These checklists will help your groomer with your pet’s visits.

Dog Grooming Needs o o o o o o o o o o

ears cleaned nails trimmed skin moisturizer less shedding hair coloring special shampoo pad balm teethbrushing hand-stripping stain removal

Cat Grooming Needs o o o o o o o o o o

hairballs mats/dreadlocks dandruff litter stuck in paws bad breath shedding waxy ears eye discharge dirty coat fleas

Dog should be groomed every 4 to 6 weeks; Cats more often.

719.596.TAIL

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Tailored Tails Grooming Salon & Pet Spa See coupons C27-29

4027 Tutt Blvd. Co Spgs, CO 80922 (719) 596-TAIL (8245) www.TailoredTailsGrooming.com Ruffing It: Natural Living For Pets 5928 Stetson Hills Blvd. #120 Co Spgs, CO 80923 (719) 597-RUFF (7833) www.Ruffing-It.com Who Let the Dogs OutPet Grooming 709 N. Union Blvd. Co Spgs, CO 80909 (719) 634-0565

Grooming Schools

Critter Clips School of Grooming

Learn to Groom School & Grooming By Appointment

(719) 593-5880 (866)- CRITTERS

Heartworm Testing

Hamlett Spay and Neuter Clinic See ads pages 39,67

Low Cost Spay & Neuter New Location - Early 2012 3660 Citadel Drive North

2129 E. Boulder Co Spgs, CO 80909 (719) 475-1800 www.HamlettClinic.org

Holistic & Natural Products Natural Pet Products

Anesthesia Free Teeth Cleaning for Dogs & Cats

Holistic & Natural Products

Petworth of Colorado Springs

See ads pages 23, 45, C19-20

Everything Your Pet Deserves. Delivered.

1188 Turner Rd. Co Spgs, CO 80920 (719) 227-9125 www.PetworthCS.com

Holistic Therapy Brown Veterinary Hospital See ads pages 55, 75, C11-12

Caring For Your Pets Like They Are Our Own

45 E. Old Broadmoor Rd. Co Spgs, CO 80906 (719) 636-3341 www.BrownVet.com Canine Contentment Manners, Massage & More See coupons C13-14

Specializing in All Levels of Reward Based Training

(719) 264-1267 www.K9Contentment.com Pikes Peak Veterinary Clinic See ad page 37

Comprehensive, Compassionate Care for Pets and Their People

1813 N. Union Blvd. Co Spgs, CO 80909 (719) 475-1747 www.PikesPeakVet.com

House Cleaning Cleaning Maid EZ, LLC

Detailed Driven! Satisfaction A Given!

1421 Eagle View Drive Co Spgs, CO 80909 (719) 231-7262

Brighton, CO 80603 (303) 514-0076 www.NaturalPetProducts.net www.PETacularUSA.com

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HUMANE SOCIETIES

Humane Societies

In-Home Dog Training continued

Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region

Canine Contentment Manners, Massage & More

See coupons C17-18

See coupons C13-14

610 Abbott Lane Co Spgs, CO 80905 (719) 473-1741 www.HSPPR.org

Specializing in All Levels of Reward Based Training

(719) 264-1267 www.K9Contentment.com

Pueblo Animal Services See coupons C17-18

4600 Eagleridge Place Pueblo, CO 81008 (719) 544-3005 www.PuebloAnimalServices.org

Hypnotherapist

Jewelry-Pets

Gigi’s The Animal Lovers’ Gift Shop See ad this page Innovative Gifts for Companion Animals & Their Guardian

728 Manitou Avenue Manitou Springs, CO 80829 (719) 685-4772 www.GigisShop.com

A Tranquil Mind Clinical Hypnotherapy See ad pages 31-32

Success Overcoming Trauma, Habits, and Emotional Distress Positively Transforming Lives

Landscaping-Pet Friendly

Deb’s Gardening

835 Highway 105, Suite A Palmer Lake, CO 80133 (719) 321-9600 www.ATranquilMind.com

Customized Landscape Designs, Window Boxes, Fresh Flower Container Creations, Pet Friendly Patio Designs

In-Home Dog Training Bark Busters Home Dog Training

(719) 459-1301 www.DebsGardening.com

Over 500,000 dogs trained worldwide We train any breed, any age, any issue - puppies too!

(877) 500-Bark (2275)

www.BarkBusters.com

We carry a fabulous selection of innovative gifts for companion animals and their people, including Pet Slings, Pet Wheelarounds for airline travel, Lookout Car Seats, Thundershirts, & great toys & treats!

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Brown Veterinary Hospital

Pikes Peak Veterinary Clinic

Caring For Your Pets Like They Are Our Own

Comprehensive, Compassionate Care for Pets and Their People

See ads pages 55, 75, C11-12

LASER THERAPY

Laser Therapy See ad this page

45 E. Old Broadmoor Rd. Co Spgs, CO 80906 (719) 636-3341 www.BrownVet.com

1813 N. Union Blvd. Co Spgs, CO 80909 (719) 475-1747 www.PikesPeakVet.com

Cook Veterinary Hospital 21 W. Cimarron (Just east of I-25 on Cimarron) Co Spgs, CO 80903 (719) 633-7769 www.CookVeterinary.com “I think we are drawn to dogs because they are the uninhibited creatures we might be if we weren’t certain we knew better.” - George Bird Evans

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LOW COST VACCINATIONS

Low Cost Vaccinations

Microchipping

Hamlett Spay and Neuter Clinic

Austin Bluffs Animal Clinic

Low Cost Spay & Neuter New Location - Early 2012 3660 Citadel Drive North

4323 Austin Bluffs Pkwy. Co Spgs, CO 80918 (719) 598-7879 www.AustinBluffsAnimalClinic.com

See ads pages 39, 67

2129 E. Boulder Co Spgs, CO 80909 (719) 475-1800 www.HamlettClinic.org

Marketing Online Offers

Local Coupon Buzz See ad page 18

Support Local Pet Non-Profit While You Shop Online

808 Village Center Dr. Co Spgs, CO 80919 (719) 217-3776 www.LocalCouponBuzz.com

Massage-Humans High Maintenance & Manscaping

See coupons C13-14 A Salon for Nails, Skincare & Hair

6120 Barnes Road, Suite 160 Co Spgs, CO 80922 (719) AMAZING (262-9464) (719) 598-4MEN (262-4636) www.Mobile-Manicures.com www.MansScapingSalon.com

Massage-Pets

Canine Contentment Manners, Massage & More See coupons C13-14

Specializing in All Levels of Reward Based Training

(719) 264-1267 www.K9Contentment.com Christy Wiyrick, Registered Massage Therapist Specializing in canine massage

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Brown Veterinary Hospital See ads pages 55, 75, C11-12

Caring For Your Pets Like They Are Our Own

45 E. Old Broadmoor Rd. Co Spgs, CO 80906 (719) 636-3341 www.BrownVet.com Claws ‘n’ Paws Mobile Veterinary Services Dr. Cynthia Florek See coupons C5-6

Comprehensive care. Personalized service.

(719) 229-1761 www.ClawsAndPawsMobile.com Companion Animal Clinic See ad page 77

Susan N. Whitmore, DVM Now AAHA Approved

2873 Dublin Blvd.

Co Spgs, CO 80918 (719) 593-7740 Hamlett Spay and Neuter Clinic See ads pages 39, 67

Low Cost Spay & Neuter New Location - Early 2012 3660 Citadel Drive North

2129 E. Boulder Co Spgs, CO 80909 (719) 475-1800 www.HamlettClinic.org

North Powers Animal Hospital See ad page 78, C15-16 5470 Powers Center Point, Suite 100

Co Spgs, CO 80920 (719) 282-1222

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Mobile Service continued

Pikes Peak Veterinary Clinic

Peaceful Partings

Comprehensive, Compassionate Care for Pets and Their People

House-call pet euthanasia service

See ad page 37

1813 N. Union Blvd. Co Spgs, CO 80909 (719) 475-1747 www.PikesPeakVet.com

Mobile Service Claws ‘n’ Paws Mobile Veterinary Services Dr. Cynthia Florek See coupons C5-6

Comprehensive care. Personalized service.

(719) 229-1761 www.ClawsAndPawsMobile.com Homeward Bound

See ads pages 21, C2, C15-16 Aftercare & Cremation Services for All Sizes of Pets; Dogs, Cats, Pocket-Pets, Birds, Exotics, Horses & Other Farm Pets

See ad page 29

(719) 205-6003 www.PeacefulPartings.com Phoenix Rising Raw

See coupons C21-22 Premium All Natural Personalized Meals for Man’s Best Friend

(719) 233-8812 www.PhoenixRisingRaw.com

National Therapy Dog Registry Canine Contentment Manners, Massage & More See coupons C13-14

Specializing in All Levels of Reward Based Training

(719) 264-1267 www.K9Contentment.com

(719) 636-1036, (866) 636-1036 www.Homeward-Bound-Pet.com

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NATURAL PET FOOD

Natural Pet Food

Petworth of Colorado Springs See ads pages 23, 45, C19-20

Everything Your Pet Deserves. Delivered.

1188 Turner Rd. Co Spgs, CO 80920 (719) 227-9125 www.PetworthCS.com Phoenix Rising Raw

See coupons C21-22 Premium All Natural Personalized Meals for Man’s Best Friend

(719) 233-8812 www.PhoenixRisingRaw.com Ranch Foods Direct

See coupons C9-10 Wide Variety of Popular Pet Food Products Available

2901 N. El Paso Co Spgs, CO 80907 (719) 473-0367

Obedience Training Bark Busters Home Dog Training

Over 500,000 dogs trained worldwide We train any breed, any age, any issue - puppies too!

(877) 500-Bark (2275)

www.BarkBusters.com

Canine Contentment Manners, Massage & More See coupons C13-14

Specializing in All Levels of Reward Based Training

(719) 264-1267 www.K9Contentment.com Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region See coupons C17-18

610 Abbott Lane Co Spgs, CO 80905 (719) 473-1741 www.HSPPR.org

www.RanchFoodsDirect.com/PetFood

Pueblo Animal Services

Ruffing It: Natural Living For Pets 5928 Stetson Hills Blvd. #120 Co Spgs, CO 80923 (719) 597-RUFF (7833) www.Ruffing-It.com

4600 Eagleridge Place Pueblo, CO 81008 (719) 544-3005 www.PuebloAnimalServices.org

See coupons C17-18

Online Coupons Local Coupon Buzz

“All animals, except man, know that the principal business of life is to enjoy it and they do enjoy it as much as man and other circumstances will allow.”

See ad page 18

Support Local Pet Non-Profit While You Shop Online

808 Village Center Dr. Co Spgs, CO 80919 (719) 217-3776 www.LocalCouponBuzz.com

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Pet food may be labeled as “complete and balanced” if it meets the standards set by the Association of American Feed Control Officials or AAFCO; however, this label only implies a minimum standard has been met for certain nutrients. AAFCO labeling is designated for the average pet and does not differentiate between the specific nutrient needs of individuals such as a senior dog with renal insufficiency. The following guidelines can direct you to a good quality food: l

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Select brands with a named meat or meal (e.g., chicken meal) rather than a product with “by-product meal” or “meat and bone meal” Avoid foods with by-product as the only source of protein

Avoid foods with an unnamed fat such as animal digest or animal fat Avoid foods with grain by-products such as wheat gluten

Look for whole grains in the food (grain free foods are also available) Avoid foods with sugars or sweeteners such as corn syrup Avoid purchasing a generic or store brand

Do not feed foods with dyes or artificial colors Do not feed semi-moist foods

Select brands that have been naturally preserved such as with vitamin E rather than with synthetic preservatives such as BHT or BHA Always check the expiration date before purchasing and store dry food in a cool, dry, non-porous container to prevent spoilage

As with any food choice your animal companion should be closely monitored for any potential reactions to a flavor or brand of food. Nutritional components in foods can be implicated in triggering a number of diseases such as inflammatory bowel disease, allergic skin disease, and bladder and kidney stones. Your veterinarian can further address any health concerns.

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How to Select a Good Quality Pet Food


ORGANIC FOODS

Phoenix Rising Raw

Organic Foods

See coupons C21-22 Premium All Natural Personalized Meals for Man’s Best Friend

(719) 233-8812 www.PhoenixRisingRaw.com

Ranch Foods Direct

See coupons C9-10 Wide Variety of Popular Pet Food Products Available

2901 N. El Paso Co Spgs, CO 80907 (719) 473-0367

www.RanchFoodsDirect.com/PetFood

Easy Peanut Butter Dog Treat Cookies By Dr. Sally Lane, DVM Homemade dog biscuits or cookies can be easy and fun to do. You know the quality of each ingredient and can adapt the recipe to your dog’s special needs and tastes. This recipe is simple to assemble— no cookie cutters are needed. When selecting your ingredients look for organic choices whenever possible.

The recipe can use oat & brown rice flour instead of wheat. Because peanut butter is used in these cookies they are not low calorie and should be given to your dog as a treat occasionally in small amounts. Recipe makes about 36 cookies & will last up to 2 weeks Peanut Butter & Molasses Cookie Ingredient List 4 tbsp blackstrap molasses ½ cup natural unsalted peanut butter (crunchy or smooth) 2 cups whole wheat flour (or substitute with 1 cup oat flour & 1 cup brown rice flour) 1-1/2 cup rolled oats (not instant) 1 cup filtered water or spring water 4 tbsp quality vegetable oil (such as safflower oil) Instructions 1. Preheat oven to 350F 2. In a large mixing bowl whisk together blend together the peanut butter, molasses, water, and vegetable oil 3. Combine the oats and flour and add to wet ingredients 4. Mix well and drop by tablespoonfuls on to an ungreased non stick baking sheet (pressing down on the cookies to flatten) 5. Bake 25 min or until done. Check cookies often.

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Board Certified

Colorado Canine Orthopedics @ Veterinary Specialty Center

Southern Colorado’s Only Veterinary Specialists Dedicated to Orthopedic & Neurosurgery

Pet Doors-Canine & Feline Premium Pet Doors 7860 N. Academy Blvd. Co Spgs, CO 80920 (719) 598-2685

Pet Food

5520 N. Nevada Ave. Suite 100 Co Spgs, CO 80918 (719) 264-6666 www.CanineOrtho.com

Petworth of Colorado Springs

Brown Veterinary Hospital

1188 Turner Rd. Co Spgs, CO 80920 (719) 227-9125 www.PetworthCS.com

Pain Management

See ads pages 55, 75, C11-12

Caring For Your Pets Like They Are Our Own

45 E. Old Broadmoor Rd. Co Spgs, CO 80906 (719) 636-3341 www.BrownVet.com Eastside Pharmacy

See ad page 56-57, C3-6

Medicine Made Easy For Pets & People

8540 Scarborough Drive, Ste 150 Co Spgs, CO 80820 (719) 596-4650 Pikes Peak Veterinary Clinic See ad page 37

Comprehensive, Compassionate Care for Pets and Their People

1813 N. Union Blvd. Co Spgs, CO 80909 (719) 475-1747 www.PikesPeakVet.com

Pet Aftercare Services Crematorium

See ads pages 23, 45, C19-20

Everything Your Pet Deserves. Delivered.

Pet City - Chapel Hills Mall See ad page 52

Caring Full Line of Pets & Supplies

1710 Briargate Blvd., Ste 411 Co Spgs, CO 80818 (719) 599-8899 www.PetCityPetShops.com Pet City - Citadel Mall See ad page 52

Caring Full Line of Pets & Supplies

750 Citadel Drive East Co Spgs, CO 80909 (719) 596-2722 www.PetCityPetShops.com Ranch Foods Direct See coupons C9-10

Wide variety of Pet Food Products available

2901 N. El Paso Co Spgs, CO 80920 (719) 473-0367

www.RanchFoodsDirect.com/PetFood

Homeward Bound

See ads pages 21, C2, C15-16 Aftercare & Cremation Services for All Sizes of Pets; Dogs, Cats, Pocket-Pets, Birds, Exotics, Horses & Other Farm Pets

(719) 636-1036, (866) 636-1036 www.Homeward-Bound-Pet.com www.PETacularUSA.com

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Orthopedic Specialists


BENEFITS OF A RAW DIET

Benefits of a Raw Diet By Sarah M. Frey

ood is our fuel, it has the power to heal when used correctly and harm when not. As we continue to learn more about our own nutrition, we tend to use that same information to guide the nutrition of our pets. However, when it comes to your pet, it is important not to feed foods that have been altered or deteriorated by a cooking process. Feeding raw, wholesome foods rich in vitamins, minerals, and essential fatty acids, is the most appropriate way to mimic the diet your dog would have eaten in the wild. Despite being domesticated and having evolved for generations, dogs still maintain the same digestive system as their ancestor, the wolf. Feeding a raw diet is the best way to allow your dog to fully utilized his or her digestive system and receive the most nutrition from the food consumed. It is also important to understand why the raw diet is so different from the standard kibble diet. Unlike standard kibble, there are very few carbohydrates in a raw diet. This is because dogs do not metabolize carbohydrates for energy as humans do. Dogs get their energy from the breakdown of proteins, which should therefore be making up 60-80% of their diet. The further an animal’s diet departs from its evolutionary diet, the more health problems they are likely to develop. A biologically appropriate raw diet maximizes your pet's health and longevity, which means degenerative diseases, allergies, and many other ailments are enormously diminished or completely avoided. The benefits of switching to a raw diet are numerous; a happier, healthier pet with clean teeth, better coat, and fewer medical problems, to name a few. Feeding raw allows you to spend more time with your pet and less time grooming, scooping the yard, and visiting the vet to address problems caused by poor diet. In short, a raw diet helps to ensure that your dog will live the longest, healthiest life possible.

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Petworth of Colorado Springs See ads pages 23, 45, C19-20

Everything Your Pet Deserves. Delivered.

1188 Turner Rd. Co Spgs, CO 80920 (719) 227-9125 www.PetworthCS.com Phoenix Rising Raw

See coupons C21-22 Premium All Natural Personalized Meals for Man’s Best Friend

(719) 233-8812 www.PhoenixRisingRaw.com

Pet Food - Raw Phoenix Rising Raw

See coupons C21-22 Premium All Natural Personalized Meals for Man’s Best Friend

(719) 233-8812 www.PhoenixRisingRaw.com Ranch Foods Direct See coupons C9-10

Pet Loving Businesses Accounting - Quickbooks Booking Services Tracey Muterspaugh (719) 351-5960 Tracey.accounting@hotmail.com Blue Fox Photography See ad page 47

Tell Us Your Story Dogs of Mexico Book - Fall 2011

504 Ridgewood Ave. Co Spgs, CO 80906 (719) 636-3435 www.BlueFoxPhotography.com High Maintenance & Manscaping

See coupons C13-14 A Salon for Nails, Skincare & Hair

6120 Barnes Road, Suite 160 Co Spgs, CO 80922 (719) AMAZING (262-9464) (719) 598-4MEN (262-4636) www.Mobile-Manicures.com www.ManScapingSalon.com

Wide variety of Pet Food Products available

Small Biz -Personal Tax CPA LWM Enterprises, Inc.

www.RanchFoodsDirect.com/PetFood

(719) 375-3933 lwmcpaco@comcast.net

2901 N. El Paso Co Spgs, CO 80920 (719) 473-0367

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PET FOOD HOME DELIVERY

Pet Food Home Delivery


PET PHOTO ALBUMS

Pet Photo Albums Blue Fox Photography

Pictures Dunrite Photography

Tell Us Your Story Dogs of Mexico Book - Fall 2011

711B E. Costilla Co Spgs, CO 80903 (719) 650-2542 www.PicturesDunrite.com

See ad page 47

504 Ridgewood Ave. Co Spgs, CO 80906 (719) 636-3435 www.BlueFoxPhotography.com

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PET PLACEMENT

Pet Placement

Pet Services

Great Pyrenees Rescue & Sanctuary

Amber Alert for Pets

13990 Windy Pine Drive Elbert, CO 80106 (719) 495-5810 www.Pyrescue.org JKL13990@Q.com

618 Scranton Ave. Pueblo, CO 81004 (719) 217-3776 www.AmberAlertForPets.com

Preparing Pyrenees For Adoption Into A Forever Home

Safe Place

See ad page 49 Rehoming Pets of Terminally Ill Owners

(719) 359-0201 www.SafePlacePets.org

Pet Recovery Amber Alert for Pets See ad page 72

Disaster Preparedness & Lost Pet Recovery

618 Scranton Ave. Pueblo, CO 81004 (719) 217-3776 www.AmberAlertForPets.com Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region See coupons C17-18

610 Abbott Lane Co Spgs, CO 80905 (719) 473-1741 www.HSPPR.org Pueblo Animal Services See coupons C17-18

4600 Eagleridge Place Pueblo, CO 81008 (719) 544-3005 www.PuebloAnimalServices.org

See ad page 72

Disaster Preparedness & Lost Pet Recovery

Austin Bluffs Animal Clinic See coupons C9-10

4323 Austin Bluffs Pkwy. Co Spgs, CO 80918 (719) 598-7879 www.AustinBluffsAnimalClinic.com Blue Fox Photography See ad page 47

Tell Us Your Story Dogs of Mexico Book - Fall 2011

504 Ridgewood Ave. Co Spgs, CO 80906 (719) 636-3435 www.BlueFoxPhotography.com Camp Bow Wow - Monument All Day Play, Snooze The Night Away 速

18985 Base Camp Rd. Monument, CO 80132 (719) 632-9247

www.CampBowWow.com/Monument

Canine Campus

See ads 3, 14, 22, C25-26

3116 Karen Place Co Spgs, CO 80907 (719) 448-9600 www.CanineCampus.us Cleaning Maid EZ, LLC

Detailed Driven! Satisfaction A Given!

1421 Eagle View Drive Co Spgs, CO 80909 (719) 231-7262

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PET SERVICES

Doggie Dude Ranch

Pet Services continued

See ad page 22

Your Dog’s Home On The Range

Natural Pet Products

Anesthesia Free Teeth Cleaning for Dogs & Cats

Brighton, CO 80603 1360 N. Curtis Rd. (303) 514-0076 Co Spgs, CO 80930 (719) 683-2902 or (719) 649-4180 www.NaturalPetProducts.net www.Lehnpup@Earthlink.net Petworth of Colorado Springs See ads pages 23, 45, C19-20 Eastside Pharmacy See ad page 56-57, C3-6

Medicine Made Easy For Pets & People

8540 Scarborough Drive, Ste 150 Co Spgs, CO 80820 (719) 596-4650 Hamlett Spay and Neuter Clinic See ads pages 39, 67

Low Cost Spay & Neuter New Location - Early 2012 3660 Citadel Drive North

2129 E. Boulder Co Spgs, CO 80909 (719) 475-1800 www.HamlettClinic.org

Home Away From Home Dog Boarding See ads pages 15, 51

Dog Boarding In My Home, Your Dog’s Home Away From Home!

Co Spgs, CO 80904 (719) 229-4443

www.HomeAwayFromHomeDogBoarding.com

Homeward Bound

See ads pages 21, C2, C15-16 Aftercare & Cremation Services for All Sizes of Pets; Dogs, Cats, PocketPets, Birds, Exotics, Horses & Other Farm Pets

(719) 636-1036, (866) 636-1036 www.Homeward-Bound-Pet.com Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region See coupons C17-18

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1188 Turner Rd. Co Spgs, CO 80920 (719) 227-9125 www.PetworthCS.com

Precious Pet Petsitting All Pets Are Precious

P.O. Box 7835 Co Spgs, CO 80933 (719) 201-7840 www.PreciousPetPetsitting.com Pueblo Animal Services See coupons C17-18

4600 Eagleridge Place Pueblo, CO 81008 (719) 544-3005 www.PuebloAnimalServices.org Smudge Car & Dog Wash See ad page 53

Grooming By Appointment Only

6295 Templeton Gap Road Co Spgs, CO 80923 (719) 528-1330 www.SmudgeWash.com The Zookeepers LLC See ad page 27, C23-24

We Love All Animals & Happy to Care For All Your Zoo Members

Pet Sitting, Taxi & Dog Walking (719) 502-ZOOO (9000)

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Pet Sitting-In My Home

Doggie Kamp with Cats on the Side

Doggie Kamp with Cats on the Side

Pamper Your Pets at our Country Resort! We Care for Cats & Dogs above the clouds

Pamper Your Pets at our Country Resort! We Care for Cats & Dogs above the clouds

See ad page 15

Woodland Park, CO (719) 687- 6187, (719) 641-9193 www.DoggieKamp.biz

See ad page 15

Woodland Park, CO (719) 687- 6187, (719) 641-9193 www.DoggieKamp.biz

Home Away From Home Dog Boarding

Home Away From Home Dog Boarding

Dog Boarding In My Home, Your Dog’s Home Away From Home!

Dog Boarding In My Home, Your Dog’s Home Away From Home!

See ad this page

Co Spgs, CO 80904 (719) 229-4443

www.HomeAwayFromHomeDogBoarding.com

See ad this page

Co Spgs, CO 80904 (719) 229-4443

www.HomeAwayFromHomeDogBoarding.com

Precious Pet Petsitting

Muttsville

P.O. Box 7835 Co Spgs, CO 80933 (719) 201-7840 www.PreciousPetPetsitting.com

Day Care & Overnight (719) 352-5520 www.Muttsville.net

All Pets Are Precious

The Zookeepers LLC See ad page 27, C23-24

We Love All Animals & Happy to Care For All Your Zoo Members

Pet Sitting, Taxi & Dog Walking (719) 502-ZOOO (9000)

Loving Dog Care in My Home

Pet Spa Tailored Tails Grooming Salon & Pet Spa See coupons C27-29

4027 Tutt Blvd. Co Spgs, CO 80922 (719) 596-TAIL (8245) www.TailoredTailsGrooming.com

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Pet Sitting


PET STORES - RETAIL

Pet Stores-Retail

Pet Supplies - Birds

Gigi’s The Animal Lovers’ Gift Shop

BirdSupplies.com

Innovative Gifts for Companion Animals & Their Guardian

6850 N. Academy Blvd. Co Spgs, CO 80918 (316) 841-2700 www.BirdSupplies.com

See ads pages 16, 36

See ad page 13 Full Range of Bird Supplies

728 Manitou Avenue Manitou Springs, CO 80829 (719) 685-4772 www.GigisShop.com

Pet City - Chapel Hills Mall

Pet City - Chapel Hills Mall See ad this page

Caring Full Line of Pets & Supplies

1710 Briargate Blvd., Ste 411 Co Spgs, CO 80818 (719) 599-8899 www.PetCityPetShops.com Pet City - Citadel Mall See ad this page

Caring Full Line of Pets & Supplies

750 Citadel Drive East Co Spgs, CO 80909 (719) 596-2722

See ad this page

Caring Full Line of Pets & Supplies

1710 Briargate Blvd., Ste 411 Co Spgs, CO 80818 (719) 599-8899 www.PetCityPetShops.com Pet City - Citadel Mall See ad this page

Caring Full Line of Pets & Supplies

750 Citadel Drive East Co Spgs, CO 80909 (719) 596-2722

Pet Wash Smudge Car & Dog Wash See ad page 53

Grooming By Appointment Only

6295 Templeton Gap Road Co Spgs, CO 80923 (719) 528-1330 www.SmudgeWash.com

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Cleanest Dogs in Town!

Why wait in line? Our Wash is fast FREE VACUUMS

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Pharmacies

Photography continued

Eastside Pharmacy

Pictures Dunrite Photography

Medicine Made Easy For Pets & People

711B E. Costilla Co Spgs, CO 80903 (719) 650-2542 www.PicturesDunrite.com

See ad page 56-57, C3-6

8540 Scarborough Drive, Ste 150 Co Spgs, CO 80820 (719) 596-4650 Medicine Shoppe Pharmacy

Custom Compounded Medications, We make “treating” your pets easier!

2431 N. Union Blvd. Co Spgs, CO 80909 (719) 630-3154

Photography

Blue Fox Photography

See coupons C-21-22

Physical Rehabilitation

Paws ‘n’ Tails Hydrotherapy Pool See ad page 2, C19-20

10895 Sandlilly Lane Falcon, CO 80831 (719) 244-3653 www.K9Hydrotherapy.com

See ad page 47

Powers Pet Rehab

504 Ridgewood Ave. Co Spgs, CO 80906 (719) 636-3435 www.BlueFoxPhotography.com

Alternative Care Center 5950 Stetson Hills Blvd. Co Spgs, CO 80923 (719) 550-8303 www.PowersPetEmergency.com

Tell Us Your Story Dogs of Mexico Book - Fall 2011

See ad this page

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Reiki - Humans

Kathy Johnson Reiki Practitioner / Master

Precious Pet Petsitting All Pets Are Precious

Reiki for People & Animals... Energy Healing for the Mind, Body and Spirit

P.O. Box 7835 Co Spgs, CO 80933 (719) 201-7840 www.PreciousPetPetsitting.com

(719) 650-4295 kathysreiki@comcast.net

Reptile Supplies

Publications-Pets Blue Fox Photography

Pet City - Chapel Hills Mall

Tell Us Your Story Dogs of Mexico Book - Fall 2011

Caring Full Line of Pets & Supplies

See ad page 52

See ad page 47

1710 Briargate Blvd., Ste 411 Co Spgs, CO 80818 (719) 599-8899 www.PetCityPetShops.com

504 Ridgewood Ave. Co Spgs, CO 80906 (719) 636-3435 www.BlueFoxPhotography.com

Pet City - Citadel Mall

Petacular Magazine

See ad page 52

Caring Full Line of Pets & Supplies

Pets * People * Planet

750 Citadel Drive East Co Spgs, CO 80909 (719) 596-2722 www.PetCityPetShops.com

(719) 260-8177 www.PetacularUSA.com

Reiki - Animals

Canine Contentment Manners, Massage & More See coupons C13-14

Specializing in All Levels of Reward Based Training

(719) 264-1267 www.K9Contentment.com Kathy Johnson Reiki Practitioner / Master

Reiki for People & Animals... Energy Healing for the Mind, Body and Spirit

(719) 650-4295 kathysreiki@comcast.net

“One reason a dog can be such a comfort when you’re feeling blue is that he doesn’t try to find out why.” - Unknown

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POOP SCOOP

Poop Scoop


RESCUE ORGANIZATIONS

Rescue Organizations, Shelters & Adoptions

9 Lives Rescue Lois Bowen (719) 591-4640 www.Colorado9Lives.com

All Breed Rescue & Training See ads pages 30, 33

Adopt, Foster, Training

20 Mount View Lane, Ste B & C Co Spgs, CO 80907 (719) 264-6460 www.HaveANiceDog.org Front Range Equine Rescue Preventing Abuse & Neglect of Horses

PO Box 307 Larkspur, CO 80118 (719) 481-1490

www.FrontRangeEquineRescue.org

Great Pyrenees Rescue & Sanctuary

Preparing Pyrenees For Adoption Into A Forever Home

13990 Windy Pine Drive Elbert, CO 80106 (719) 495-5810 www.Pyrescue.org JKL13990@Q.com

Happy Cats Haven 1412 S. 21st Street Co Spgs, CO 80904 (719) 635-5000 www.HappyCatsHaven.org Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region See coupons C17-18

610 Abbott Lane Co Spgs, CO 80905 (719) 473-1741 Lookwhatthecatbroughtin.org 424 W. Fillmore Co Spgs, CO 80907 (719) 331-6852

Pueblo Animal Services See coupons C17-18

4600 Eagleridge Place Pueblo, CO 81008 (719) 544-3005 www.PuebloAnimalServices.org Rocky Mountain Stockdog Association Promoting All Breeds of Herding Stockdogs

6135 Templeton Gap Rd. Co Spgs, CO 80923 www.MPStockdog.net Ruby Ranch Horse Rescue Dedicated to Providing Shelter, Care, and Rehabilitation

36785 Ramah Road East Ramah, CO 80832 (719) 541-3642 www.RRHR.org Safe Place

See ad page 49 Rehoming Pets of Terminally Ill Owners

(719) 359-0201 www.SafePlacePets.org

Teller County Regional Animal Shelter See coupons C7-8

308 Weaverville Road Divide, CO 80814 (719) 686-7707 www.tcrascolorado.com Wild Blue Animal Rescue & Sanctuary Adopt. Donate. Volunteer. See ad page 61, C23-24

11235 S. Holmes Rd. Co. Spgs, CO 80908 (719) 213-1127 www.wbars.org

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719.213.1127

ADOPT. DONATE. VOLUNTEER.

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RESPONSIBLE PET OWNERS

You Have a Pet. Now What? very day, your pet shows you unconditional love … all he wants from you is the same in return. But owning an animal means more than throwing him a ball, patting his on the head, or brushing his fur. Caring for a pet also means responsibility — to both that pet and the community. It means knowing all of Spot’s needs and taking care of him, while being considerate of others. But what exactly does that entail?

The Animal Law Enforcement Department stresses four key components to responsible pet ownership: Provide a license and permanent identification Spay or neuter Provide regular socialization, training, exercise & veterinarian care Do not allow animals to become a threat or nuisance within the community.

License Me. It’s the Law. An animal license and permanent identification is your pet’s ticket home. Your dog is required by law to be licensed in Centennial, Colo.Springs, El Paso County, Fountain, Monument, and Pueblo City and County. Cats are also required by law to be licensed in Colorado Springs and Pueblo City/County.

A current license makes it much more likely that if your pet gets lost, you will be reunited. Permanent identification like a microchip or tattoo also increases the likelihood of your lost animal finding its way back to your loving arms. All pets should be permanently identified (microchipped or tattooed). Animal Control Officers will attempt to return all currently licensed animals home prior to transporting them to the shelter. Licensing provides a critical source of funding for animal care and control programs. License your pet at licenseapet.org

I Love Everyone. Make sure I don’t love too much. It’s simple: spayed or neutered pets are more likely to enjoy good health and a long life. Spaying and neutering: Reduces pet overpopulation — 43,000 animals are euthanized in Colorado every year. Significantly decreases the cost of licensing.

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Sit. Stay. Smile. Training builds confidence and strengthens the human-animal bond. A well-socialized pet will help ensure that he is able to live with as little stress as possible and be welcome in any setting. It is important to your pet’s health and mental wellbeing to exercise regularly. (It’s good for you too!) Keeping vaccinations up to date and making regular visits to a veterinarian allows you to enjoy a healthy pet. Take an obedience class to strengthen the relationship between you and your dog. Play with your pet and provide socialization opportunities to help reduce behavioral problems. Ensure your pet is groomed regularly, and receives the optimal amount of quality pet food & fresh water. Visit a veterinarian. It’s important your pet sees a veterinarian on a regular basis for vaccinations and check-ups. An ounce of prevention is truly worth a pound of cure.

Howdy Neighbor! Know and obey all animal laws. Make sure you have a secure enclosure so your pet will not run loose.

Know your responsibilities and the laws related to pets. Leash your dogs when off your property, except when walking in a designated off-leash area. Are you a dog owner? Scoop the poop! You must pick up and properly dispose of your dog’s defecation both on and off your property. Ensure your dog does not bite, injure, chase, threaten, bark, howl at or disturb anyone. Keep your cats inside. Or at a minimum, cats should be confined to your property and be permanently identified at all times.

The Animal Law Enforcement Department strives to ensure that animals, their owners and neighbors live in safety and harmony.

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Makes for a more social and affectionate pet. Reduces disease, infection and cancer of reproductive systems. Prevents inappropriate spraying or marking. Stops cats’ crying, howling and frantic efforts to get out and mate.


RESCUE / NO-KILL SHELTERS

Rescue /No-Kill Shelters Adoptions-Cats & Dogs

Retail Outdoor Mall Pet Friendly

Lookwhatthecatbroughtin.org 424 W. Fillmore Co Spgs, CO 80907 (719) 331-6852

The Promenade Shops at Briargate

Teller County Regional Animal Shelter

www.ThePromenadeShopsAtBriargate.com

www.LookWhatTheCatBroughtIn.org

See coupons C7-8

308 Weaverville Road Divide, CO 80814 (719) 686-7707 www.tcrascolorado.com Wild Blue Animal Rescue & Sanctuary Adopt. Donate. Volunteer. See ad page 61, C23-24

11235 S. Holmes Rd. Co. Spgs, CO 80908 (719) 213-1127 www.wbars.org

Retail Indoor Mall Pet City - Chapel Hills Mall

See ads pages 58, 65

I25 at Briargate Pkwy. Co. Spgs, CO 80920 (719) 265-6264

Safety-Pets Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region See coupons C17-18

610 Abbott Lane Co Spgs, CO 80905 (719) 473-1741 www.HSPPR.org Pueblo Animal Services See coupons C17-18

4600 Eagleridge Place Pueblo, CO 81008 (719) 544-3005 www.PuebloAnimalServices.org

Self Serve Pet Wash

See ad page 52

Smudge Car & Dog Wash

1710 Briargate Blvd., Ste 411 Co Spgs, CO 80818 (719) 599-8899 www.PetCityPetShops.com

Grooming By Appointment Only

Caring Full Line of Pets & Supplies

Pet City - Citadel Mall See ad page 52

Caring Full Line of Pets & Supplies

750 Citadel Drive East Co Spgs, CO 80909 (719) 596-2722 www.PetCityPetShops.com

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6295 Templeton Gap Road Co Spgs, CO 80923 (719) 528-1330 www.SmudgeWash.com

Service Dog Training Canine Contentment Manners, Massage & More See coupons C13-14

Specializing in All Levels of Reward Based Training

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Shop Online

Local Coupon Buzz See ad page 18

Support Local Pet Non-Profit While You Shop Online

808 Village Center Dr. Co Spgs, CO 80919 (719) 217-3776 www.LocalCouponBuzz.com

Sound Therapy

Canine Contentment Manners, Massage & More

See coupons C13-14

Specializing in All Levels of Reward Based Training

(719) 264-1267 www.K9Contentment.com

Spay/Neuter continued

Cook Veterinary Hospital 21 W. Cimarron (Just east of I-25 on Cimarron) Co Spgs, CO 80903 (719) 633-7769 www.CookVeterinary.com Hamlett Spay and Neuter Clinic

See ads pages 39, 67

Low Cost Spay & Neuter New Location - Early 2012 3660 Citadel Drive North

2129 E. Boulder Co Spgs, CO 80909 (719) 475-1800 www.HamlettClinic.org

Brown Veterinary Hospital

Lookwhatthecatbroughtin.org 424 W. Fillmore Co Spgs, CO 80907 (719) 331-6852

Caring For Your Pets Like They Are Our Own

North Powers Animal Hospital

Spay/Neuter

See ads pages 55, 75, C11-12

45 E. Old Broadmoor Rd. Co Spgs, CO 80906 (719) 636-3341 www.BrownVet.com Claws ‘n’ Paws Mobile Veterinary Services Dr. Cynthia Florek See coupons C5-6

Comprehensive care. Personalized service.

(719) 229-1761 www.ClawsAndPawsMobile.com Companion Animal Clinic See ad page 77

Susan N. Whitmore, DVM Now AAHA Approved

www.LookWhatTheCatBroughtIn.org

See ad page 78, C15-16 5470 Powers Center Point, Suite 100

Co Spgs, CO 80920 (719) 282-1222

www.NorthPowersAnimalHospital.com

Pikes Peak Veterinary Clinic See ad page 37

Comprehensive, Compassionate Care for Pets and Their People

1813 N. Union Blvd. Co Spgs, CO 80909 (719) 475-1747 www.PikesPeakVet.com

2873 Dublin Blvd.

Co Spgs, CO 80918 (719) 593-7740

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SPECIALTY GIFTS

hamlettclinic.org

719.475.1800

Moving to Our New Home Early 2012 Specialty Gifts Gigi’s The Animal Lovers’ Gift Shop See ads pages 16, 36

Innovative Gifts for Companion Animals & Their Guardians

728 Manitou Avenue Manitou Springs, CO 80829 (719) 685-4772 www.GigisShop.com Pet City - Chapel Hills Mall See ad page 52

Caring Full Line of Pets & Supplies

1710 Briargate Blvd., Ste 411 Co Spgs, CO 80818 (719) 599-8899 www.PetCityPetShops.com

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Pet City - Citadel Mall

See ad page 52

Caring Full Line of Pets & Supplies

750 Citadel Drive East Co Spgs, CO 80909 (719) 596-2722 www.PetCityPetShops.com

Tailored Tails Grooming Salon & Pet Spa See coupons C27-29

4027 Tutt Blvd. Co Spgs, CO 80922 (719) 596-TAIL (8245) www.TailoredTailsGrooming.com

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Top 10 Questions to Ask

(before signing up for Dog Training Classes or Private Lessons) our new puppy-dog is pulling you down the sidewalk and jumping on people, so you go on-line to look for a dog trainer, and find a bi-zillion listed. How do you decide? To make it even harder, anyone can say they are a dog trainer or a behaviorist (or behavior specialist, behavior consultant, behavior counselor, etc). Our industry is not regulated, so it's buyer beware. Besides asking all the basic questions (starting date and time, cost, length of class, number of lessons, how many dogs, trainers, and assistants per class, location of the facility, and required vaccinations), here are the "Top 10 Questions"(with answers) to ask:

1. When and how did you become a trainer? Good trainers spend several years gaining experience dealing with many breeds and their behavioral issues. They understand dog behavior, various training methods, and how dogs and people learn. Good trainers gain this experience and knowledge in several ways before teaching classes and handling behavior cases on their own. Some are listed below:

Apprenticing with or assisting an experienced trainer for a few years (find out their background too) Volunteering at a local shelter or rescue (training & handling dogs) Working at a kennel or daycare Attending seminars/conferences Reading books by many different authors Membership in professional organizations Attending a training academy or in-store/franchise training program

If there are assistants or other trainers helping with or teaching class, find out about their background also.

2. What were the last few books you read & seminars/conferences you attended? Good trainers continue to learn.Go online (check the library too) to see if you agree with the various speakers' and authors' philosophy and methods. 3. May I come watch a class? You probably won’t be able to watch a private lesson in someone’s home, but you should be allowed to sit in on the trainer teaching a group class. When you go, see if the dogs and people are having fun. Ask the students how they like the class. 68

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Š 2006 Denise I. Dawson. Denise Dawson, Certified Pet Dog Trainer (CPDT), is the Training Director at Northwest Dog Training located at Northwest Animal Hospital and offers reward-based clicker training classes. Denise is a member of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers and an AKC Canine Good Citizen Evaluator. Call 533-0144 for more information. www.PETacularUSA.com

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4. Are you certified? Certification provides additional insight into a trainer's philosophy, experience, and knowledge. These organizations provide certification or endorsement and require continuing education. Certification Council of Pet Dog Trainers (www.ccpdt.com) The National Association of Dog Obedience Instructors (www.nadoi.org) (endorsement only) The International Association of Canine Professionals (www.dogpro.org) The Animal Behavior Society (www.animalbehavior.org) International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants (www.iaabc.org) Dog training academies and in-store/franchise training programs certify graduates based on their curriculum. 5. What training tools and methods do you use? There are a wide range of answers. In a nutshell, dog training involves manipulating pleasant and unpleasant consequences (rewards and corrections). With reward-based methods (treats, play, praise, clickers, etc), dogs learn which behaviors are rewarded, so they repeat those behaviors making them stronger. Reward-based methods rarely cause behavioral issues. With correction-based methods (leash jerking, choke, prong, electronic collars, etc), dogs learn to avoid being corrected. Corrections can also increase a dog's stress level causing behavioral issues. 6. Have you worked with my dog's specific problem before? If the trainer has only done one or two behavior cases like yours, you may want a trainer with more experience. 7. Do you offer a guarantee? How well your dog is trained is a function of your interest, time commitment, consistency, and abilities. Because trainers have no control over this part of the process, they should not guarantee results. 8. Do you provide written homework? It's hard to remember everything, so the more detailed the better. Plus, if you miss a lesson, you can refer to your homework. 9. Can my family come to class too? If you are taking a family dog training class, the answer should be yes (space permitting), though there may be an age requirement for children to handle dogs in class. 10. What do you cover in class or private lessons? Puppy kindergarten and beginner classes usually cover sit, down, stay, attention, come, off, leave it, walk on a leash, puppy playtime, housetraining, socializing your dog, desensitizing your dog to touch, grooming, clipping nails, & brushing teeth. Private lessons can be tailored to fit your specific needs.


SPORTS INJURY

Sport Injury

(Joints, Ligaments, Muscles)

Training & Behavior Specialist-Canine

Brown Veterinary Hospital

All Breed Rescue & Training

Caring For Your Pets Like They Are Our Own

Adopt, Foster, Training

See ads pages 55, 75, C11-12

45 E. Old Broadmoor Rd. Co Spgs, CO 80906 (719) 636-3341 www.BrownVet.com North Powers Animal Hospital See ad page 78, C15-16 5470 Powers Center Point, Suite 100

Co Spgs, CO 80920 (719) 282-1222

www.NorthPowersAnimalHospital.com

Pikes Peak Veterinary Clinic See ad page 37

Comprehensive, Compassionate Care for Pets and Their People

1813 N. Union Blvd. Co Spgs, CO 80909 (719) 475-1747 www.PikesPeakVet.com

Tellington TTouch A New Beginning TTouch Certified Practitioner

See coupons C7-8 Specializing in puppy mill survivors and other traumatized companion animals

(308) 991-4568 LindaHoover54@yahoo.com

Thrift Store St. Paws Thrift Store

See ads pages 30, 33

20 Mount View Lane, Ste B & C Co Spgs, CO 80907 (719) 264-6460 www.HaveANiceDog.org Bark Busters Home Dog Training

Over 500,000 dogs trained worldwide We train any breed, any age, any issue - puppies too!

(877) 500-Bark (2275)

www.BarkBusters.com

Canine Campus

See ads 3, 14, 22, C25-26

3116 Karen Place Co Spgs, CO 80907 (719) 448-9600 www.CanineCampus.us Canine Contentment Manners, Massage & More See coupons C13-14

Specializing in All Levels of Reward Based Training

(719) 264-1267 www.K9Contentment.com

Upholstery/Fabric Cleaning Extreme Clean Carpet and Upholstery Inc.

Fresh, Clean, Fluffy Carpets Every Time

(719) 592-0707 www.CleanedByExtreme.com

Donate or Spend & Help our Best Friends!

3275 E. Platte Unit E Co Spgs, CO 80909 (719) 597-DOGS www.StPaws.org

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By Linda Tellington-Jones

photo courtesy: Gabrielle Boiselle

ellington TTouch® Training offers a gentle approach to the care and training of companion animals, horses, farm animals, exotics and wildlife. It is also an effective and empowering method that provides self-help for humans.

Developed by animal expert, Linda Tellington-Jones, PhD (Hon), this method is based on cooperation and respect for all animals and their people. The approach in the field of canines is widely accepted as a powerful method to improve behavior, enhance performance and health, and teach a dog to learn willingly. It helps establish a deeper rapport and more effective connection and understanding between humans and their animals. The Tellington Method is comprised of four components: 1. Gentle body work called Tellington TTouch comprised of circular touches, lifts, and slides 2. Movement exercises in “The Playground for Higher Learning 3. Specific harnesses and other equipment 4. Intention with the realization that you can “Change Your Mind and Change Your Animal”

The intent of the circular TTouch is to connect at the cellular level to enhance cellular function and support the healing potential of the body.

You can also learn how to apply the Tellington TTouch to assist in recovery from illness or injury, support your animals as they age and enhance the quality of your animal's life. Tellington TTouch Training can help in cases of: l l Excitability & Nervousness Jumping Up l l Excessive Barking Leash Pulling l l Car Sickness Aggressive Behavior l Extreme Fear & Shyness l Fear of Loud Noises & Thunder l l Problems Associated With Aging Resistance to Grooming

This gentle method is currently being used by animal owners, trainers, breeders, veterinarians, zoo personnel and shelter workers on four continents. There are 1600 certified Tellington practitioners teaching TTouch in 28 countries to help you with your dog, cat or other pets. Check the 'Practitioner Directory' at www.ttouch.com to find a certified Practitioner or TTouch workshop nearest to you. www.PETacularUSA.com

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Spay and neuter all pets. Spayed and neutered dogs and cats are less likely to wander off compared to un-neutered animals. This is only one of the many benefits to your pet.

All pets should have an identification tag on the collar. The tag should have the animals name as well as your name and telephone number Familiarize your dog with its’ surroundings. Allow the dog to walk around the yard and develop that as his or her own territory. Cats on the other hand should be kept indoors at all times.

Consider having your pets microchipped. This is a procedure that can be done by your veterinarian. A small microchip, about the size of a grain of rice, is injected under the skin between your pets back. If the collar and tag is lost, the microchip can be detected at an animal shelter or veterinary clinic. The information from the microchip can be used to identify who owns the pet.

If your pet is lost contact the local Humane Society and animal shelter to see if they’ve found it. Also place flyers with a description and a photograph of the pet around your neighborhood. Start your search by heading north; some experts think 75 percent of all lost dogs will travel north.

Contact the veterinary hospitals in the area. If your pet was injured a Good Samaritan may have taken it to their veterinarian.

Prevention is always the best course of action. Keep your dog in a well-fenced area. Never allow animals to roam. Instruct children on how to be responsible for their pets. Keep the doors and gates latched. When leaving home with your pet always have dogs on a leash and cats in a carrier.

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ASK THE DOC

Ask the Doc By Jeffery Gross, DVM

an you give me some information as to when I should or shouldn’t take him to the veterinarian? 

I think that when it comes to taking your pet to the veterinarian, it depends not only on what symptoms you are seeing but also your own pet’s history.  If your pet ingests some type of toxin, a phone call to poison control and a trip to your veterinarian should be done immediately.  Some of the most common and potentially most serious toxins include antifreeze, products with xylitol, rat poison, cleaning products, Tylenol and ibuprofen.  Chocolate can certainly be toxic but it depends on the amount, type of chocolate and size of the dog.  See your veterinarian immediately if your pet is having any of these problems:  l vomiting continuously l straining to urinate without producing urine, l having trouble breathing, l tender or bloated appearance to abdomen, l showing pale or blue/gray gums l bleeding uncontrollably l a wound or laceration l any traumatic event(hit by car, falling from height, dog fight)   Make an appointment as early as possible to determine the cause of any of these symptoms: If your pet is urinating inappropriately, coughing or sneezing, has a decreased appetite, or limping or seems painful in their limbs

Conversely, if your pet vomits once, coughs or sneezes a few times, you can monitor them at home.  If they continue to vomit, sneeze or cough uncontrollably or if there is evidence of blood in vomit or when sneezing or coughing, you should see your veterinarian immediately.  Soft stool or diarrhea in a healthy ADULT dog may not require immediate medical attention but evidence of blood or other material in the feces or a few days of symptoms does necessitate a trip to your veterinarian. A puppy or kitten with any vomiting or diarrhea should be seen by your veterinarian ASAP.   All things considered, if you feel something merits a visit to your veterinarian, then it does.  It is better to be cautious than to regret not seeing your veterinarian. 

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URNS

Urns Homeward Bound

See ads pages 21, C2, C15-16 Aftercare & Cremation Services for All Sizes of Pets; Dogs, Cats, PocketPets, Birds, Exotics, Horses & Other Farm Pets

Veterinarians-Cats continued Claws ‘n’ Paws Mobile Veterinary Services Dr. Cynthia Florek See coupons C5-6

Comprehensive care. Personalized service.

(719) 636-1036, (866) 636-1036 www.Homeward-Bound-Pet.com

(719) 229-1761 www.ClawsAndPawsMobile.com

Veterinarians-Aviary/Bird

See ad page 78, C15-16 5470 Powers Center Point, Suite 100

Dublin Animal Hospital 888 Dublin Blvd. Co Spgs, CO 80918 (719) 593-1336 www.DublinAnimalHospital.com

Veterinarians-Cats Austin Bluffs Animal Clinic See coupons C9-10

4323 Austin Bluffs Pkwy. Co Spgs, CO 80918 (719) 598-7879 www.AustinBluffsAnimalClinic.com Brown Veterinary Hospital

North Powers Animal Hospital Co Spgs, CO 80920 (719) 282-1222

www.NorthPowersAnimalHospital.com

Pikes Peak Veterinary Clinic See ad page 37

Comprehensive, Compassionate Care for Pets and Their People

1813 N. Union Blvd. Co Spgs, CO 80909 (719) 475-1747 www.PikesPeakVet.com

VeterinariansDigital Radiology Pikes Peak Veterinary Clinic

See ads pages 55, 75, C11-12

See ad page 37

45 E. Old Broadmoor Rd. Co Spgs, CO 80906 (719) 636-3341 www.BrownVet.com

1813 N. Union Blvd. Co Spgs, CO 80909 (719) 475-1747 www.PikesPeakVet.com

Caring For Your Pets Like They Are Our Own

Comprehensive, Compassionate Care for Pets and Their People

“Dogs have owners, cats have staff.”

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Veterinarians-Emergency Open 24/7

Powers Pet Emergency See ad page 28

5956 Stetson Hills Blvd. Co Spgs, CO 80923 (719) 473-0482 www.PowersPetEmergency.com

Veterinarians-Exotic Brown Veterinary Hospital See ads pages 55, 75, C11-12

Caring For Your Pets Like They Are Our Own

45 E. Old Broadmoor Rd. Co Spgs, CO 80906 (719) 636-3341 www.BrownVet.com Claws ‘n’ Paws Mobile Veterinary Services

Veterinarians-Exotic continued Pikes Peak Veterinary Clinic See ad page 37

Comprehensive, Compassionate Care for Pets and Their People

1813 N. Union Blvd. Co Spgs, CO 80909 (719) 475-1747 www.PikesPeakVet.com

Veterinarians-Holistic Brown Veterinary Hospital See ads pages 55, 75, C11-12

Caring For Your Pets Like They Are Our Own

45 E. Old Broadmoor Rd. Co Spgs, CO 80906 (719) 636-3341 www.BrownVet.com Pikes Peak Veterinary Clinic See ad page 37

Dr. Cynthia Florek See coupons C5-6

Comprehensive care. Personalized service.

(719) 229-1761 www.ClawsAndPawsMobile.com

High Plains Veterinary Hospital 4007 Tutt Blvd. Co Spgs, CO 80922 (719) 574-8920 www.HighPlainsVet.com

Comprehensive, Compassionate Care for Pets and Their People

1813 N. Union Blvd. Co Spgs, CO 80909 (719) 475-1747 www.PikesPeakVet.com

North Powers Animal Hospital See ad page 78, C15-16 5470 Powers Center Point, Suite 100

Co Spgs, CO 80920 (719) 282-1222

www.NorthPowersAnimalHospital.com

“There’s no need for a piece of sculpture in a home that has a cat.” - Wesley Bates

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Austin Bluffs Animal Clinic

Companion Animal Clinic

4323 Austin Bluffs Pkwy. Co Spgs, CO 80918 (719) 598-7879 www.AustinBluffsAnimalClinic.com

Susan N. Whitmore, DVM Now AAHA Approved

See coupons C9-10

Black Forest Veterinary Clinic 12740 Black Forest Road Co Spgs, CO 80908 (719) 495-3666 www.BlackForestVet.com Brown Veterinary Hospital See ads pages 55, 75, C11-12

Caring For Your Pets Like They Are Our Own

45 E. Old Broadmoor Rd. Co Spgs, CO 80906 (719) 636-3341 www.BrownVet.com

See ad this page

2873 Dublin Blvd.

Co Spgs, CO 80918 (719) 593-7740 North Powers Animal Hospital See ad page 78, C15-16 5470 Powers Center Point, Suite 100

Co Spgs, CO 80920 (719) 282-1222

www.NorthPowersAnimalHospital.com

Pikes Peak Veterinary Clinic See ad page 37

Comprehensive, Compassionate Care for Pets and Their People

1813 N. Union Blvd. Co Spgs, CO 80909 (719) 475-1747 www.PikesPeakVet.com

VETERINARIANS - HOSPITALS

Veterinarians-Hospitals

Companion Animal Clinic

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Veterinarians-Hospitals continued

St. Francis Animal Hospital 8834 N. Union Blvd. Co Spgs, CO 80920 (719) 282-3443 www.FrancisVet.net

VeterinariansLaser Therapy

Brown Veterinary Hospital See ads pages 55, 75, C11-12

Caring For Your Pets Like They Are Our Own

45 E. Old Broadmoor Rd. Co Spgs, CO 80906 (719) 636-3341 www.BrownVet.com Pikes Peak Veterinary Clinic See ad page 37

Comprehensive, Compassionate Care for Pets and Their People

1813 N. Union Blvd. Co Spgs, CO 80909 (719) 475-1747 www.PikesPeakVet.com

See our coupons pages C15-16

719.282.1222

5470 Powers Center Point Suite 100 Colorado Springs CO 80920

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4323 Austin Bluffs Pkwy. Co Spgs, CO 80918 (719) 598-7879 www.AustinBluffsAnimalClinic.com

Cook Veterinary Hospital 21 W. Cimarron (Just east of I-25 on Cimarron) Co Spgs, CO 80903 (719) 633-7769 www.CookVeterinary.com

Black Forest Veterinary Clinic 12740 Black Forest Road Co Spgs, CO 80908 (719) 495-3666 www.BlackForestVet.com

High Plains Veterinary Hospital 4007 Tutt Blvd. Co Spgs, CO 80922 (719) 574-8920 www.HighPlainsVet.com

Austin Bluffs Animal Clinic See coupons C9-10

Brown Veterinary Hospital See ads pages 55, 75, C11-12

Caring For Your Pets Like They Are Our Own

45 E. Old Broadmoor Rd. Co Spgs, CO 80906 (719) 636-3341 www.BrownVet.com Claws ‘n’ Paws Mobile Veterinary Services Dr. Cynthia Florek See coupons C5-6

Comprehensive care. Personalized service.

(719) 229-1761 www.ClawsAndPawsMobile.com Companion Animal Clinic See ad page 77

Susan N. Whitmore, DVM Now AAHA Approved

2873 Dublin Blvd.

Co Spgs, CO 80918 (719) 593-7740

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North Powers Animal Hospital See ad page 78, C15-16 5470 Powers Center Point, Suite 100

Co Spgs, CO 80920 (719) 282-1222

www.NorthPowersAnimalHospital.com

Pikes Peak Veterinary Clinic See ad page 37

Comprehensive, Compassionate Care for Pets and Their People

1813 N. Union Blvd. Co Spgs, CO 80909 (719) 475-1747 www.PikesPeakVet.com

St. Francis Animal Hospital 8834 N. Union Blvd. Co Spgs, CO 80920 (719) 282-3443 www.FrancisVet.net

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Veterinarians-Small Animal


SHOULD YOU DECLAW YOUR CAT?

Should You Declaw Your Cat? f your cat is damaging furniture or carpeting, declawing may be a viable option if other alternatives fail. It is not recommended to declaw outdoor cats since it is their primary means of defense and greatly reduces their ability to climb and escape predators. Outdoor cats need their claws, and they generally sharpen them on trees.

Other the other hand, indoor cats do not need sharp claws for defense. Without nails, they are less likely to climb curtains and screens, and damage your furniture.

If you decide to declaw, have the surgery performed at an early age 3 or 4 months, if possible. Your vet can spay or neuter your cat at the same time. The declaw surgery removes only the nails on the front feet. After surgery, each foot is wrapped in pressure bandage for 24 hours to decrease bleeding. You can also use Pet Swabs Styptic Sticks to stop bleeding. Pain medication may be given while the cat is still under general anesthesia.

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Apply Soft Paws to your cat's nails. These are plastic nail guards that you glue right over your cat's own nails. They need to be replaced when they fall off.

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Colorado Canine Orthopedics @ Veterinary Specialty Center Southern Colorado’s Only Veterinary Specialists Dedicated to Orthopedic & Neurosurgery

5520 N. Nevada Ave. Suite 100 Co Spgs, CO 80918 (719) 264-6666 www.CanineOrtho.com

Veterinarians-Specialists Dental /Board Certified Animal Dental Care

Board Certified Veterinary Dental Specialist

Weight Loss-Pets Paws ‘n’ Tails Hydrotherapy Pool See ad page 2, C19-20

10895 Sandlilly Lane Falcon, CO 80831 (719) 244-3653 www.K9Hydrotherapy.com Powers Pet Rehab See ad page 54

Alternative Care Center 5950 Stetson Hills Blvd. Co Spgs, CO 80923 (719) 550-8303 www.PowersPetEmergency.com

5520 N. Nevada Ave. Suite 150 Co Spgs, CO 80918 (719) 536-9949 www.WellPets.com

Veterinarians Surgical Treatment Austin Bluffs Animal Clinic See coupons C9-10

4323 Austin Bluffs Pkwy. Co Spgs, CO 80918 (719) 598-7879 www.AustinBluffsAnimalClinic.com Powers Pet Emergency See ad page 28

5956 Stetson Hills Blvd. Co Spgs, CO 80923 (719) 473-0482 www.PowersPetEmergency.com

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INDEX OF ADVERTISERS

Index of Advertisers

9 Lives Rescue 60 A New Beginning – TTouch 11, 68, C7-8 A Tranquil Mind Clinical Hypnotherapy (Ad) 31, 32, 36 All Breed Rescue & Training (Ads) 30 & 33, 32, 60, 68 Amber Alert for Pets 27,48, (Ad) 72 Animal Dental Care 26, 79 Austin Bluffs Animal Clinic 26, 38, 39, 48, 72, 75, 77, 79, C9-10 Bark Busters Home Dog Training 36, 40, 68 BirdSupplies.com (Ad) 13, 52 Black Forest Veterinary Clinic 26, 75, 77 Blue Fox Photography 45, 46, (Ad) 47, 48, 54, 59 Brown Veterinarian Hospital 10, 14, 26, 35, 37, 38, 43, (Ad) 55, 66, 70, (Ad) 73, 74, (Ad) 75, 76-79, C11-12 Camp Bow Wow – Monument 14, 22, 48 Canine Campus (Ad) 3, 14, 15, 17, 22, 27,33,48, 68, C25-26 Canine Contentment 10, 11, 28, 32, 35, 36, 38, 39, 40, 59, 64, 66, 68,C13-14 Central Bark Doggie Daycare & Boarding 14, 22, (Ad) 23, 33 Christy Wiyrick, Reg. Massage Therapist 38 Claws ‘n’ Paws Mobile Veterinary Services 38, 39, 66, 72, 74, 77, C5-6 Cleaning Maid EZ, LLC 19, 35, 48 Colorado Canine Orthopedics @ Veterinary Specialty Center 43, 79 Companion Animal Clinic 26, 38, 66, (Ad) 77, 79 Cook Veterinary Hospital 26, 37, 66, 77 Critter Clips School of Grooming 35 Deb’s Gardening 32, 36 Doggie Dude Ranch 14, (Ad) 22, 50 Doggie Kamp with Cats on the Side (Ad) 15, 51 Dublin Animal Hospital 72 Eastside Pharmacy (Ad) 6, 10, 19, 43, 50, 54, (Ad) 56 -57, C3-6 Extreme Clean Carpet & Upholstery, Inc. 17, 68, Front Range Equine Rescue 28, 60 Gigi’s – The Animal Pet Lovers’ Gift Shop (Ad) 16, 33, (Ad) 36, 52, 67 Great Pyrenees Rescue & Sanctuary 16, 27, 48, 60 Hamlett Spay and Neuter Clinic 35, 38, (Ad) 39, 50, 66, (Ad) 67 82

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Safe Place 19, 48, (Ad) 49, 60 Smudge Car & Dog Wash 17, 33, 50, 52, (Ad) 53, 64 St. Francis Animal Hospital 76, 77 St. Paws Thrift Store 19, 68 Tailored Tails Grooming Salon & Pet Spa (Ad) 34, 35, 51, 67, C27-29 Teller County Animal Rescue Services 60, 64, C7-8 The Promenade Shops at Briargate 30, (Ads) 58 & 65, 64 The Zookeepers 26, (Ad) 27, 50, 51, C23-24 Tracey Muterspaugh – Bookkeeping Services 45 Wild Blue Animal Rescue & Sanctuary 17, 60 (Ad) 61, 64, C 23-24 Who Let the Dogs Out Pet Grooming 35

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