Rising Sun Animal Care Denver Area Veterinarian


Home Remedies for Skunk Odors

If a skunk sprays you or your pet, there are several “Home Remedies” that work. Forget tomato juice!! Home Remedy #1 Use distilled vinegar to sponge the area that is sprayed to “neutralize the odor.” Then use dawn dish soap to “cut through the oil” (skunk spray is a very … Read More

Doctor’s Note

Don’t let pain stop your pet from living a full and happy life. Many of us have dogs and cats who suffer from arthritis pain, post surgical pain and even pain associated with old injuries. Most of them don’t complain, so all we see is slightly slowed activity, and then … Read More

From the Desk of Dr. Moffett: My Dog is Itching, Now What?

So often in the clinic I hear on a pet’s history that he/she is itching and it has always been a problem. It has been assumed that nothing can be done about it, or that itching and licking is normal, but I am here to tell you that the itching … Read More

Save with Summer Coupons

July Special Feline Exam & Rabies $29.00 August Special Laser Therapy Multiple Areas for the Price of One! September Special Pet Wellness Screening Comprehensive Blood Panel & Urinalysis, Radiographs (3 thorax, 2 abdomen), Radiograph Consult by Certified Radiologist & Digital Copy, Electrocardiogram and Blood Pressure, Weight and Lifestyle Assessment, Nutritional … Read More

What Your Cat Isn’t Telling You

From the Desk of Dr. Heather Moffett Many cat owners have the common misconception that as long as their indoor cat is eating and drinking that he or she is healthy. Cats, however, are masters of hiding their pain until they are on death’s doorstep. For this reason, it is … Read More

Heartworm Disease in Colorado

Meet Sky, a handsome Siberian Husky who is heartworm positive, one of four heartworm positive patients currently being treated at Rising Sun Animal Care. And yet, there still seems to be a common misconception that we don’t have heartworm disease in Colorado. One of our technicians recently went to the … Read More

Thank You Bill Roberts School

We would like to say thank you to Bill Roberts School for allowing us to participate in their spring carnival. We brought some of our animals to play with the children and had a lot of fun meeting them and their parents. Our dogs, Rena, Fergus and Eilora couldn’t get … Read More

Spring is here, and parasites are not far behind

Heartworms are among the most dangerous parasites that infect dogs and some cats. Thousands of cases
of canine heartworm disease are reported in the US every year, many of those in Colorado. We had many clients take advantage of this special, and we had three animals test positive for exposure to one of the tick borne diseases. Early treatment, before symptoms appear, reduce the risks of your animal being in pain, and reduce the risks of life-limiting side effects from prolonged infection. Read More

Open House January 22, 2011

Thank you to everyone who participated in our Open House. We enjoyed meeting everyone and look forward to taking care of you and your four-legged family members.

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