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  • Fit or Fat: Pet Obesity facts
    What is obesity in pets? Obesity is a nutritional disease which is defined by an excess of body fat. Pets that eat too much, lack the ability to exercise, or that have Read more
  • Im not really into ..... sharing.
    I’m not really into ..... sharing. Resource Guarding in Dogs. What is resource guarding in dogs?Resource guarding can be normal behavior dogs display, stemming from the mentality of keeping valuable items Read more
  • Litter Box Issues? What can I do???
    Are you frustrated with your cat who is peeing everywhere BUT the litter box???? Many cats that are surrendered to shelters are there because owners with good intentions have battled Read more
  • Dental Care, what is it good for?
    Put my dog or cat under anesthesia to clean their teeth?!?! Seriously, is this really necessary?The answer to this frequent question is YES! Anesthesia and dental cleanings go hand in Read more
  • Fireworks, loud noises, separation, and other anxiety inducing things.
    Anxiety is an issue in pets that can be frustrating for both the pet and the owner. Cats and dogs can suffer from various forms of anxiety, including separation from Read more
  • Too Big, Too Small, or Just Right
     Nutrition is something a majority of people think about every day. But here’s the thing, not a lot of people consider nutrition for their pets. Proper diet is just as Read more
  • Rabies On The Rise
    Two dogs recently have been diagnosed in Colorado; one in Weld County and one in Yuma County. The epidemiological investigations are ongoing but one of the dogs was a 6 Read more
  • What Is Leptospirosis?
    Spring is here, and with the warmer weather comes rodents. Leptospirosis is a bacterial infection that is spread through the bodily fluids (usually urine) of small animals such as mice, Read more
  • Tis the Heartworm Season!
    Our Heartworm Clinic is approaching fast! Many of you may be wondering why your dog needs to have a heartworm test. To answer this, we asked our staff to share Read more
  • Valentine's Day
    Valentine’s Day Did you know that 1 in 5 people would rather spend Valentine’s day with their pet than with their partner?  If that's the case in your world, here are Read more
  • Dental Disease!
    Periodontal disease (dental disease)  is the most common clinical condition in dogs and cats, and it is entirely preventable.  By three years of age most dogs and cats have some Read more
  • February is Dental Month
    Dental diets for your pet...who knew??Plaque and tartar affect your animals just as they do your mouths. Once plaque has formed into tartar it can only be removed with dental instruments. Dental Read more
  • Thanksgiving with your pet
    Thanksgiving is just a few days away, and with that comes a reminder concerning our furry friends! The last thing you need is to stress over your pet and the Read more
  • Join Us At Brewfest to Benefit Animal House!
    ~Celebrate canines and craft brews this fall at the 8th Annual Fall Harvest Brewfest!  Come visit us! Mulnix Animal Clinic will have a booth with lots of goodies! Here’s more Read more
  • August is Dental Month!
    August is Dental month at Mulnix Animal Clinic!!!As a certified veterinary technician I am ashamed to reveal that I did not realize my 10 year old cats even had teeth Read more
  • April is American Red Cross Pet First Aid Awareness Month
    April is American Red Cross Pet First Aid Awareness Month                  Emergencies always seem to occur when you least expect them and more often than not, you are never prepared enough.  Read more
  • February is National Pet Dental Health Month
    FEBRUARY IS NATIONAL PET DENTAL HEALTH MONTH!Dental hygiene is very important in cats and dogs. Over 85% of dogs and cats have some type of periodontal disease.  Periodontal disease simply Read more
  • Mulnix Animal Clinic is AAHA Accredited!
    About our accreditation from American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA)Unlike human hospitals, animal hospitals are not required to be accredited. Veterinary hospitals are evaluated on approximately 900 standards of veterinary excellence Read more
  • Christmas Pet Safety Tips
    Christmas is one of the most celebrated family-oriented holidays of the year. Pets are often included in the festivities, since most people consider them to be a huge part of Read more
  • MICROCHIP DISCOUNT & HANK'S STORY
    MICROCHIP DISCOUNT!!!!One in three pets (cats and dogs) will get lost and without ID 90% of them won’t make it back home, according to statistics. The American Veterinary Medical Association Read more
  • Our Hearts Are Saddened
    Our Hearts Are SaddenedDear Clients and Friends of Mulnix Animal Clinic:It is with profound sadness that we must inform you that our friend and mentor, Dr. John Mulnix, passed away peacefully on Read more
  • National Check the Chip Day!
    $10.00 OFF MICROCHIP IMPLANTATIONAugust 15- August 22, 2014August 15 is National Check the Chip Day!Microchips are a wonderful tool that can aid in a pet's safe return home. It is a Read more
  • Golden Retriever Lifetime Study- Morris Animal Foundation
    Check this out! The Morris Animal Foundation is doing some great things with this observational study!Golden Retriever Lifetime Study - Morris Animal FoundationYou and your Golden Retriever can be heroes. Help cure Read more
  • National Flood Safety Awareness Week
    National Flood Safety Awareness Week is March 16-22"If you don't like the weather, wait an hour" a common phrase known to Coloradoans.Colorado is known to have some extreme weather varying from Read more
  • HEARTWORM DISEASE
    Heartworm disease is transmitted by mosquitoes and can be fatal if left untreated. Make sure your pets are heartworm free. We are having our annual heartworm clinic and are offering Read more
  • Toxic Plants
    The ASPCA has a great website that lists (with many photos) plants that are toxic to animals. This is a great resource to use so you can identify the plants you have Read more
  • Help get this little guy home!
    Shared via Fort Collins Veterinary Emergency and Rehabilitation Hospital's site:Please help us reunite this little guy with his family!! A good Sam brought him in tonight. Very sweet and friendly! *Update* This Read more
  • Dogs biting children
    This is a good article about dogs and children- there are some great pointers! http://www.robinkbennett.com/2013/08/19/why-supervising-dogs-and-kids-doesnt-work/ Read more
  • Nail in small intestine
    The nail was in her small intestine. With a chance that it might pass, they were sent home with special feeding instructions. She came back in this morning for a Read more
  • Cat Food Recall
    PMI Nutrition, LLC Recalls Red Flannel® Cat Food Due to PossibleSalmonella Contaminationhttp://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/ucm383066.htm?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter Read more
  • Happy New Year
    This last year has been an amazing year filled with wonderful patients, awesome clients and unforgettable memories. We are eternally grateful for the blessings we've been given and we are Read more

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Office Hours

Monday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:00 am-7:00 pm

Thursday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-2:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed