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This Valentine’s Day, Goodheart wants to keep your pet heart-healthy!
Goodheart Animal Health Center and Petcardia Veterinary Cardiology are hosting an educational program on diet-associated heart disease in dogs
So close to Valentine’s Day, everyone should have a healthy heart. The association between boutique, exotic, and grain-free diets and dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) in dogs has raised many questions about what is safe to feed your pet. And, if your dog has been eating one of these diets, what should you do next? There is a lot of confusing information out there so we brought in the experts to help!
Thursday, February 13th
5:30-6:00pm snacks and drinks, tour the hospital, meet the Goodheart and Petcardia teams
6:00-6:30pm presentation from the Petcardia Board-Certified Veterinary Cardiologists on the latest and best information regarding diet and heart disease in dogs
6:30-7:00pm Q & A with the Goodheart and Petcardia teams
Goodheart Animal Health Center
389 S Broadway
Denver, CO 80209
Parking available in the lot that is shared with Safeway on the corner of Dakota and Broadway
Goodheart Animal Health Center is a full-service veterinary hospital.
Dr Beth Spencer
Dr Beth Spencer brings patience, perseverance, and compassion to her practice. As a Fear Free certified veterinarian, Dr Spencer takes time to work with pets so that they are comfortable during their visit. She emphasizes wellness and preventive care so her patients can stay happy and healthy.
Dr Spencer is dedicated to clear communication, helping her clients understand their pets’ health care options. She also coaches the next generation of veterinarians in their CSU communication labs every year.
As a parent, Dr Spencer strives to create a kid-friendly environment with snacks, books, and coloring. She always enjoys answering kids’ questions, knowing she might be inspiring a child to become a veterinarian!
Dr Spencer completed her undergraduate studies at Yale University and received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) from the Ohio State College of Veterinary Medicine. On weekends, Dr Spencer enjoys hiking, camping, skiing, reading, movies and spending time with her husband Eric, her kids Phoebe and Shane, and her crazy rescue mutt named Mobi.
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