brown and white cat smiling

When it comes to the health and well-being of our beloved feline companions, proper oral care often takes a back seat. Just like humans, cats require regular dental care to prevent a host of potential health issues. Brushing your cat's teeth might seem like a daunting task, but it is a vital aspect of responsible pet ownership.

black and brown dog smiling with tongue out

Caring for your dog after tooth extraction surgery is essential to ensure a smooth and comfortable recovery. Dental extractions are recommended if the health of the tooth or teeth has a poor prognosis. Dogs have 42 teeth, that's ten more teeth than humans and 12 more than cats. Dog teeth have a primarily pointed cusp on most of their teeth due to their carnivorous diet.

cat on leash walking through a field

While cats may not be as inclined to go on outdoor adventures as dogs, there are still plenty of enjoyable activities you can do with your feline friend in Colorado Springs. Cats are curious creatures and appreciate mental and physical stimulation, so here are some fun and engaging things to do with your cat in the area:

leashed dog hiking near mountains

From majestic mountains to scenic trails, Colorado Springs offers an abundance of dog-friendly hiking spots that will leave you and your furry pal wagging your tails with joy. In this blog, we'll embark on a journey through some of the best dog-friendly hiking trails in Colorado Springs, where both you and your canine companion can immerse yourselves in nature's wonder.

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