Animal Hospital of Colorado Springs is a veterinary clinic serving families from all over El Paso County. Dr. John Boley, who purchased the hospital in 2002, is Board Certified by the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners in Canine and Feline Practice. He is also a member of the American Association of Feline Practitioners, the Colorado Veterinary Medical Association, and the American Veterinary Medical Association. Notably, the Animal Hospital of Colorado Springs has been accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association.
Colorado Springs, CO(719) 579-9488
Aspen View Veterinary Hospital, in Colorado Springs, gives veterinary care to cats, dogs, and birds from the city and neighboring municipalities. Services include oncological treatment, surgical care, and routine wellness checks. Aspen View Veterinary Hospital partners with the Teller County Humane Society, Lucky Dog Rescue, Mile High Lab Mission, Great Dane Rescue, and other nonprofit animal rescue organizations, providing free examinations, rabies certificates, and spaying/neutering services to animals who have recently been adopted from those shelters.
Colorado Springs, CO(719) 638-6363
Aspenwood Veterinary Hospital is a medical, surgical, and dental care center serving greater Colorado Springs’ animal residents. Four veterinary doctors work alongside qualified personnel, including formally trained veterinary assistants and technicians. Leading the staff is Dr. Kelly McCarty, DVM, who worked for two years as an associate veterinarian in San Antonio before she founded Aspenwood Veterinary Hospital in July 2011.
Colorado Springs, CO(719) 578-1030
Austin Bluffs Animal Clinic, located in Colorado Springs, is a veterinary office giving its services to dogs and cats from all throughout the city and neighboring municipalities. Dr. Richard Monyek, the hospital’s veterinarian, is experienced in dental and surgical care, as well as routine wellness procedures. New patients’ owners can download intake forms from the hospital’s website and fill them out in advance.
Colorado Springs, CO(719) 598-7879
Bear Creek Veterinary Care, based in Colorado Springs, supplies families in the city and neighboring municipalities with diagnostic, surgical, and dental care for pets. Bear Creek Veterinary Care, which has been accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association, is owned and led by Medical Director Stephanie Fernyak DVM. Dr. Fernyak received her doctorate from Colorado State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine, has also completed postdoctoral fellowships in cardiac and respiratory veterinary medicine.
Colorado Springs, CO(719) 685-1177
Briargate Blvd. Animal Hospital, in Colorado Springs, gives a range of pet medical care options to people in the city as well as its suburbs. The company is American Animal Hospital Association accredited, and Better Business Bureau accredited. Services include preventive care, including vaccinations and diagnostics, as well as dental procedures, nutritional counseling, surgical care, and chiropractic care.
Colorado Springs, CO(719) 528-5557
Carefree Animal Clinic, based in the Springs, is an animal hospital whose services include vaccination, dentistry, laboratory diagnostics, microchipping, and surgical care. Dr. Douglas Regnier, DVM, who owns and leads the clinic, focuses on providing pets and pet owners with a calm, comfortable environment.
Colorado Springs, CO(719) 597-0419
Centennial Animal Hospital is a Colorado Springs practice that was founded in 1997 by Dr. Brad Vollmar and Dr. Karen Vollmar. In 2015, Dr. Mike Stahl DVM and Dr. Nicole Stahl DVM assumed ownership of the practice and began serving as its veterinary doctors, alongside Dr. Anita Martinez DVM. In addition to cats and dogs, the practice also treats birds, pocket pets, and rabbits. Families who are going out-of-town may be interested in Centennial Animal Hospital’s boarding service, which is particularly useful when pets have special medical or behavioral needs.
Colorado Springs, CO(719) 528-1693
Companion Animal Clinic has been treating the greater Colorado Springs community’s cats and dogs since 1981. Its founder, Dr. Susan Whitmore, continues to lead the practice as its sole veterinary doctor. Dr. Whitmore received her DVM from Colorado State University. Companion Animal Clinic is accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association, and it is a member of the Colorado Veterinary Medical Association and the American Association of Feline Practitioners.
Colorado Springs, CO(719) 593-7740
Dr. Robin's Housecall Veterinary Services, LLC, is the private practice of Colorado Springs veterinarian Dr. Robin Pongracz. Dr. Pongracz has been practicing veterinary medicine since graduating from the Ross University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2003. She delivers her services directly to households in the Colorado Springs Metro area. Dr. Pongracz is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Colorado Veterinary Medical Association, and the International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management.
Colorado Springs, CO(970) 217-1260
East Springs Animal Hospital, opened in 1987 by doctors Neal Sliker and Jane Sliker, provides pet care services to Colorado Springs Metro families with canine and feline companions. The practice is accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association, and its services include wellness exams, spays, neuters, vaccinations, and surgical treatments.
Colorado Springs, CO(719) 373-1576
At High Plains Veterinary Hospital, pets from the greater Colorado Springs community receive veterinary medical care from a team of six Doctors of Veterinary Medicine and many qualified veterinary professionals. Services provided include diagnostics, tooth extractions, soft tissue and orthopedic surgical care, ophthalmology, and chemotherapy.
Colorado Springs, CO(719) 574-8920
Northwest Animal Hospital is a Colorado Springs clinic owned and led by Hospital Director Dr. John Sudduth. Dr. Sudduth, who graduated with a DVM from the Colorado State University School of Veterinary Medicine, has upwards of 30 years of experience as a professional veterinary practitioner. Notably, Northwest Animal Hospital has been accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association.
Colorado Springs, CO(719) 593-8582
Pikes Peak Veterinary Clinic is a full-service animal hospital in Colorado Springs, also helping animal patients from neighboring municipalities. This community-oriented practice has four veterinary doctors on its staff and is also a member of the Colorado Veterinary Medical Association, American Veterinary Medical Association, and American Animal Hospital Association. Dr. Melanie Marsden, who owns the office, received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the University of California at Davis.
Colorado Springs, CO(719) 475-1747
Canine and Feline patients from throughout the Colorado Springs area can receive veterinary care at Pine Creek Veterinary Hospital. Founded in 2008, the hospital is accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association and is co-owned by doctors and spouses, Josh Fisher and Cristy Fisher. The two met while studying at the Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, where they graduated with Doctorates of Veterinary Medicine in 2001. Their services include emergency and urgent care, dentistry, veterinary surgeries, pain management, and laser therapies.
Colorado Springs, CO(719) 955-0966
Ridgewood Animal Hospital, established in Colorado Springs more than three decades ago, diagnoses and treats pets from the city and its suburbs. The practice includes three Doctors of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Janet L. Christy, Dr. Robert Lowe, and Dr. Monica Campos.
Colorado Springs, CO(719) 390-7387
Transitions Veterinary Services, based in Monument for more than six years, provides compassionate in-home euthanasia to families in the greater Colorado Springs community. Dr. Melissa Vollaire is an experienced Doctor of Veterinary Medicine who worked at an animal hospital before choosing to focus exclusively on guiding pets and their human family members through the difficult end-of-life process.
Monument, CO(719) 309-7270
At Village Center Veterinary Care, a small pet care clinic in Colorado Springs, Dr. Anne Pierce, DVM leads a team of technicians and assistants to treat dogs, cats, ferrets, and exotic pets from the city and the surrounding areas. Dr. Pierce is an alumna of the Colorado State School of Veterinary Medicine. She supplies a tremendous selection of veterinary services, including cardiac, dental, and behavioral treatments, oncological care, vaccinations, and spaying/neutering services.
Colorado Springs, CO(719) 219-8569
At Westside Animal Hospital, pets from all parts of the Colorado Springs Metro region receive preventive wellness, surgical, and dental care services, as well as a range of alternative treatments, including acupuncture and laser therapy. Westside Animal Hospital is a member of the American Animal Hospital Association as well as the American Association of Feline Practitioners.
Colorado Springs, CO(719) 632-6111
Yorkshire Veterinary Hospital is a Colorado Springs pet care clinic with a team of four Doctors of Veterinary Medicine treating companion animals from throughout the area. Services include general wellness checks and preventive procedures, as well as dental work and a variety of surgical care options. Yorkshire Veterinary Hospital has been deemed by the American Association of Feline Practitioners as a Cat-Friendly Practice, and it is accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association.
Colorado Springs, CO(719) 598-3192