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July 2, 2019

Is Your Dog’s Food Breaking Her Heart? An Inside Look at Grain-Free Diets and Heart Disease

In July 2018, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced it was investigating reports of dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) in dogs eating certain pet foods. Many of these reports included small or medium-size breeds not typically known to develop DCM. If your pet is eating a BEG diet (i.e., a diet that includes boutique, exotic, or […]

November 19, 2018

How to Prepare Pets for a Baby

Stapleton paints an idyllic picture of children playing in pocket parks, dogs running alongside their owners, and cats soaking up the sun in windowsills. But how do we get to that utopia where a thirtysomething with aging pets can bring home baby and not have to worry about completely disrupting a beloved pet’s life or […]

July 26, 2018

Welcoming the Wild: Sharing Stapleton with Raccoons, Coyotes, and Snakes

In Stapleton, it’s not difficult to like your neighbors. And, one of our neighbors is the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge. One of the largest urban wildlife refuges, its 15,000 acres of pristine prairies and lakes are home to an abundance of wildlife. More than 280 species of birds, bull snakes, bison, coyotes, deer, […]

May 16, 2018

What to Do If You Find a Baby Bird, Rabbit, Squirrel, or Kitten in Stapleton

In Stapleton, there is more space dedicated to parks, greens, courtyards, greenways, wildlife refuges, mews, and parkways than there is to residential homes. And, an abundance of green space brings with it an abundance of wildlife, especially during the spring “baby” season. So, what do you do if you’re taking a stroll down the Westerly […]

About Jen Weston

Jen Weston is a Stapleton resident and one of the owners of Northfield Veterinary Hospital. She has worked in varying capacities in veterinary medicine for the last 18 years. One of her main passions is advocating for low stress management of canine and feline patients who have a more challenging time in a hospital setting. Her other passion is living up to her title as a self-proclaimed "Crazy cat lady” whenever possible. When she is not working, she is a single mom to Olivia.

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