Pikes Peak Through the Kissing Camels

Welcome To Pikes Peak
Veterinary Clinic 

PPVC is a full-service veterinary medical facility, located in Colorado Springs, CO. Our friendly and professional staff seeks to provide the best possible medical, surgical and dental care for dogs, cats, rabbits, other small animals and reptiles.

 

 

 

Online Store Outdoor Dog

Pikes Peak Vet partners with Vets' First Choice to provide your ONLINE Ordering Needs.

We believe this format provides easier access to all of your pets' needs: prescriptions, food and more. 

 

Auto-ship provides extra discounts plus delivery right to your door! We cannot ship to non-clients or addresses outside Colorado.

              

AAHA

Pikes Peak Vet has been voluntarily evaluated on approximately 900 standards of care by the American Animal Hospital Association because we care about your best friends and want to provide the highest level of care.

 

               

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Reptiles Are People Too! 

 

Sulcata Tortoise at Pikes Peak Vet

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

      Pikes Peak Vet has always taken an interest in the scaly buddies that excite so many people. Turtles, tortoises, lizards, and snakes (no alligators please) all have a place in our hospital. 

      We recommend you bring your reptile in for a visit while he or she is healthy so that we can get you into our system and get a little familiar with them.

      Watch for information on our Reptiles page under Pet Owner Resources to be updated in the coming months. 

 

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Emergency vets in the area

Animal Emergency Care North / 719-260-7141

Located at 5520 N. Nevada Map it

 

Powers Pet Emergency / 719-473-0482

Located at 5956 Stetson Hills Blvd Map it

 

Uintah Pet Emergency / 719-633-3214

Located at 1635 W. Uintah Street Map it

 

 

General Emergency Care Information

Latest News

  • 09/11/19

    The International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management wants everyone to consider that that animals are masters at hiding pain. They don't want to be seen as the weak link, so they often don't really let you know when they are in pain.

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  • 09/05/19

    According to the Companion Animal Parasite Council (CAPC), Colorado Springs ranked #9 in cities with the highest percentage increase in positive heartworm tests from the last 45 days!

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