Our top priority for your pet’s surgery is to keep them


Our board-certified veterinary surgeon uses state-of-the-art surgical equipment and prioritizes educating our clients, so you know the appropriate aftercare for your pet. 


Spaying & Neutering
Laceration Repair
Mass Removal
Ocular Procedures
emergency surgery

Risk Reduction

Although many technological advancements have made anesthesia and surgery very safe for pets, some risks still exist. To decrease these risks, we require all patients undergo a physical exam prior to surgery and also conduct a pre-anesthetic blood screening before surgery day. This blood panel will help reduce anesthetic risks by ruling out many internal problems, including clotting disorders, liver and kidney abnormalities and anemia. In addition to the examination and blood screening, we also place an intravenous catheter and administer fluids to help keep your pet hydrated and maintain blood pressure during the procedure.

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Front Range Friends and Pets,

Due to a recent loss, we wanted to let you all know in advance that our hospital will be closing at 12:00 PM on Friday, August 19th, to allow our team time to grieve and heal. We will also be closed on Saturday, August 27th, as the team will be attending the funeral. Thank you for your understanding and patience.

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