8865 W 116th Cir, Broomfield, CO 80021 | M-F 7:30am-6:00pm, Sat. 8:00am-3:00pm | Ph: 303-423-6021

8865 W 116th Cir, Broomfield, CO 80021 | M-F 7:30am-6:00pm, Sat. 8:00am-3:00pm | Ph: 303-423-6021

April 2018 Newsletter

April 2018 Newsletter

We’re excited for you to see our new, updated website! It’s been rebuilt it from the ground up to be more informative and easier to use. We’ve integrated our social media on the site as well, and it now works great on your smartphone and tablet.

We’ve also partnered with PetDesk, so you can make appointments online—or if you download the app, right on your phone. The PetDesk app is available for both iOS and Andrid and you can use it to:

  • See your pet’s vaccine history
  • View office hours
  • Refill prescriptions whenever it’s most convenient for you
  • Set up text or email reminders for appointments and vaccinations

Download the PetDesk app today and get a leash on your pet’s care!

Warmer weather means fleas, ticks and mosquitoes are more active…and so are you and your pets. That’s why you need parasite preventatives and a new Yeti cooler!

Fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes aren’t just annoying—they can transmit nasty parasites and diseases to your pets and cause painful skin issues. Right now, Aspen Arbor is making it worth your while to stock up on preventative medications: purchase a year’s supply of Heartgard heartworm prevention or six doses of Heartgard and a three-month supply of Nexgard flea and tick prevention and you’ll receive a free KONG cow while supplies last. You’ll also be entered to win a new Yeti cooler valued at $300!*

Preventive medications are the best way to keep fleas, ticks, and heartworm away from your pets. No matter which medication you choose, you should still check your pets for fleas and ticks regularly, as fleas can quickly infest your home. Ticks can travel from pets to people, biting your family and spreading many illnesses including Lyme disease.

It’s also important that before you start your pet on heartworm prevention that he or she be tested for the heartworm disease. Many people believe that because of our drier climate in the west, heartworm isn’t a problem; however, the American Heartworm Society reports that heartworm disease is now present in all 50 states and confirmed cases are on the rise.

Your Aspen Arbor veterinarian can help you determine which preventatives are right for your pet. Schedule an appointment online or just give us a call at 720-279-9471.

*Giveaway ends May 19, 2018. 

Dr. Kristin Harrison joined the Aspen Arbor team in January and we’re thrilled to have her on board!

After earning her degree in Animal Science from the University of Florida, Dr. Harrison graduated from the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine in 2014. She moved to Colorado to enjoy the state’s amazing beauty and outdoor lifestyle, and she looks forward to meeting you and your animal companion soon!