Veterinary Specialists of the Rockies
24 hour Emergency Veterinary Services
Sometimes pets need care immediately—even outside of normal office hours. Bring them to our facility for emergency vet services from veterinary doctors who love dogs and cats as much as you do.
Specialized Pet Care
Many of our patients come to us from veterinarians in the area serving pets who need specialized care. Our state-of-the-art facility provides access to advanced technology for diagnostic tests and treatment that is unavailable in most veterinary offices. Our staff includes veterinarians specializing in internal medicine, critical care, veterinary surgery, oncology, cardiology, diagnostic imaging, and acupuncture.
VET NEAR ME?
We understand that a pet medical emergency is stressful. When in doubt, just come to our location, conveniently near the heart of Castle Rock and minutes from I25. Keep our phone number handy and our address in your contacts so that you can quickly route to our emergency vet hospital.
Our supportive staff is ready to assess your pet’s injury or illness and provide the emergency care that your pet needs, 365 days a year. We are here to help with 24 hour emergency vet care.
Veterinary Experts You Can Trust
With Your Furry Family Members
We strive to surround you and your pets
with: compassion, shared knowledge,
clear communication, and respect.
We know that the best outcomes for our patients grow out of a commitment to collaborating with your family veterinarian so your pet can receive the ongoing care he or she needs for a long, happy life.
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Tips from Vets and Upcoming Community Events
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