Chalupa Chews Again

Katrina serves in the military and is currently on active duty, which is very difficult since her father passed away and she still helps care for her mother, Edna. “She is still grieving the loss,” says Katrina. “Her one solace is our dog, Chalupa. When my dad passed away, they both became depressed.”

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Precious Penelope

Cats are curious and can get into tricky situations. Penelope, who likes to explore, fell off the back of a pickup truck. Her concerned owners took her to a local veterinary clinic, where they were told she’d fractured her leg and would need immediate treatment to repair the damage. The couple, who are both disabled and living on fixed incomes, were distressed over how to pay for the care she needed.

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Thank You to Denver Life Magazine!

A huge thank you to Denver Life Magazine for featuring PetAid Colorado, and helping to share the successes of our incredible clients! When Foxy Brown was viciously attacked by another neighborhood dog, PetAid Animal Hospital’s veterinarians were able to save her life because of the quality, donor-subsidized medical care that is made accessible for those most in need.

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Mabel’s Munching Mishap

ou’d be surprised at all of the bizarre things dogs eat—squeaky toys, beef hooves, bungee cords, coins, hair ties, nails—we’ve seen it all here at PetAid Colorado! The last thing pet owner Maria expected was a medical emergency after purchasing a new puppy toy for her dog, Mabel. Mabel broke off a few pieces of it while swallowing large chunks, and started vomiting before completely losing her appetite.

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Carlito the Courageous

When Carlito was born, he was the tiny runt of the litter. But that didn’t stop his owner, Cayla, from providing him with a loving and happy home in Colorado Springs. After some extra nursing and lots of cuddles, Carlito developed into a playful, energetic, and social kitten with a big appetite. But one day, out of the blue, he stopped eating and became lethargic. Once he began vomiting, Cayla knew that something was wrong.

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