We will be closing early on Wednesday, November 21st, at 5:30 PM. We will be closed on Thursday the 22nd for the Thanksgiving Holiday. We will reopen with regular business hours on Friday, November 23rd.
If you have an emergency please call or go to one of the following:
-Powers Pet Emergency Services (719)473 -0482 (open 24 hours, located on Powers and Stetson Hills Blvd)
-Animal ER Care (719)260-7141 (open 24 hours on the weekends and Holidays, located by Trader Joe's on N Nevada)
-Uintah Pet Emergency (719)633-3214 (Sat 12pm-10am, & Sun 10am-10pm, located by Uintah & 17th ST)
If you have food or medications that need to be picked up please make sure you are here before 5:30 PM on Wednesday, November 21st.
Thank you and have a safe holiday!
Thanksgiving Holiday Dangers to Avoid
Here are a few simple tips to help pet-proof this Thanksgiving holiday.
6 Thanksgiving Treats You Can Share with Your Pets!
As Thanksgiving approaches, accidental poisonings often occur in dogs (and less commonly cats) – that’s because they often get into the delectable human foods while table or counter-surfing! To be safe, make sure to keep your dog crated or your cat locked out of the kitchen while you’re preparing your Thanksgiving feast. More importantly, satiate your dog or cat with non-toxic treats. Of course, not all Thanksgiving foods are dangerous. And it’s a holiday for your pets too, right? With that in mind, here are 6 safe treats you can give your dog or cat this Thanksgiving.
Posts by:Dr. Justine A. Lee, DVM, DACVECC