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  • Pro-Stride now offered at GVC!
    PRO-STRIDE!!! Glenwood Veterinary Clinic is excited to announce that we are teaming up with Owl Manor Veterinary and we are now offering three new regenerative therapies: Pro-Stride autologous protein solution, Restigen platelet-rich plasma, Read more
  • New Service Animal Requirements for Flying
    Trying to get your peacock on a plane? Delta Airlines recently came out with new standards for bringing a service animal on a plane. Here are some interesting tidbits from their Read more
  • Could a pharmaceutical help with insulin resistance and metabolic syndrome in horses?
    Equine glucose-dependent insulinotropic polypeptide receptors. Try saying that 5 times fast. We've all experienced horses with metabolic and insulin issues. Researchers in Australia are working to find out if a Read more
  • Happy Holidays from GVC!
    Happy Holidays! As 2017 draws to a close, our family at Glenwood Veterinary Clinic would like to take the opportunity to wish all of our loyal patients and owners a Merry Read more
  • Dr. Luedke is a grandfather!
    Congratulations to Dr. Luedke! Dr. Luedke has a new grandson after his son and daughter-in-law welcomed their second son, Mason Carter Luedke. Dr. Luedke’s son, Dr. Bret, and his daughter Read more
  • Ernie is Walking!
    Ernie has made incredible improvement throughout his rehabilitation with Dr. Elizabeth Dooher here at GVC. He has started walking! He is wobbly, but the progress is very encouraging. Read more
  • Ernie got a mention on 9News
    Hope this link works for you to have a look at some work that Dr. Dooher is doing for a dog that is up at Colorado Animal Rescue. Read more
  • What is a diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons? We have two of them!
    If you follow us on Facebook you may have seen our recent post about Dr. Virgin passing her surgery boards and becoming a diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Read more
  • Tips for Preventing Horse Leg Injuries
    Leg injuries can be devastating to a horse. The good news is there are a number of things that you can do, as a responsible horse owner, to help prevent Read more
  • 10 Tips to Minimize the Risk of Colic
    The number one killer of horses is colic. Colic is not a disease, but rather a combination of signs that alert us to abdominal pain in the horse. Colic can Read more
  • Welcome Dr. Sam Johnson, GVC’s new large animal associate veterinarian
    We are pleased to welcome our new associate veterinarian, Dr. Sam Johnson. He will be primarily equine field service but will be seeing small animal and equine haul-in appointments on Read more
  • Help Your Mare Have a Safe Delivery
    If your mare has made it through 11 months of pregnancy, you’re almost home free. Labor and delivery, while momentous, are generally uneventful. In most cases, you will simply need Read more
  • Time to Prepare for Foaling!
    Tips and Reminders to Help Prepare for FoalingAs spring approaches, we get closer to having many long-awaited foals hit the ground. Below is some important information to help prepare Read more
  • Parvo: Potential Puppy Peril
    What is canine parvovirus?Canine parvovirus (parvo) is one of the most common and severe GI diseases of dogs. Parvovirus is an extremely hardy virus that can be spread when Read more

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