One of the easiest ways to keep your pets healthy is to watch their weight. Overweight pets tend to have more disease and arthritis than their normal weight counterparts. By keeping your pet at a healthy weight, you will ensure a healthier and happier life for them. If you are unsure
Check out these 10 tips to improve your pet’s health. Little changes can go a long way in helping your pet be as happy and healthy as possible. *Please consult your veterinarian before adding any new supplements into your pet’s diet.*
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Your dog has a chiropractor? It is not as crazy as it sounds. There are numerous reasons why regular chiropractic care can significantly improve the quality of life for your dog. Here are the top 5 reasons your dog needs a chiropractor: 1. They have a body. Bodywork is extremely impor
We are so excited to be offering Chiropractic Wellness Visits at The Dog Pawlour! Starting July 15th, your pup will now be able to get a little tune-up after doggy day care or their grooming appointment. Sometimes they are in need of a little TLC after a full day of playing, and we wi
It is so hard to see your dog in pain and you truly want to do what is best for them but sometimes it can be challenging to find the right doctor for your dog. Here are some tips to help find the best animal chiropractor out there to get your pup back on all fours. Are they certified
An often overlooked issue in keeping your dog’s joints as healthy as possible is overgrown nails. When a dog’s nails are too long, it puts the toes into increased extension. When the toes are in extension, it changes the load on the weight bearing joints up the entire leg and this can
5 Ways to help your Senior Dog be as happy and healthy as possible. 1. Shorter more frequent walks As your dog gets older, their body is going to slow down and they are not going to be able to do their usual walking routine. Shorter more frequent walks allows your dog to still get out
Dr. Alisha Barnes provides care at the following locations. Please visit our Contact page or call 970-420-9489 to schedule an appointment.
Broadway Animal Hospital – Boulder
Animals in Motion – Ft. Collins
Royal Vista Veterinary – Windsor
The Dog Pawlour – Ft. Collins
"Dr. Alisha is by far the most amazing, caring, talented and knowledgeable animal chiropractor in North America. Under her care, my dog "JooJoo" regained her health back. I couldn't be happier and more grateful."