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PumpkinFest 2022

PumpkinFest 2022

      We’re back as a sponsor for this Castle Rock fall favorite! Bring the whole family to celebrate the change of seasons at this neighborhood fall tradition on Saturday, October 15 from 1-4PM. This annual event is free to enter and open to the public. With fun...

2022 Howling Good Time Gala

2022 Howling Good Time Gala

THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING THIS IMPORTANT COMMUNITY CAUSE As this year’s Platinum Sponsor, thank you for joining our veterinary hospital staff and other members of our community on Thursday, September 22 for the 11th Annual Howling Good Time Gala at Cielo at Castle...

Top 10 Tips for Pet Safety in Summer Months

Top 10 Tips for Pet Safety in Summer Months

High temperatures and more time outdoors can lead to additional health concerns for pets. To keep ahead of the game, read our top tips for pet safety in summer months. As always, if your pet is experiencing a medical emergency, call us at 303.660.1027 or...

What to do for a dog afraid of fireworks.  Pet safety on July 4th.

What to do for a dog afraid of fireworks. Pet safety on July 4th.

The 4th of July holiday is one of the most anticipated human celebrations of the summer. Unfortunately, dogs often react differently, primarily due to noise phobia from fireworks. Since one loud bang frightens some pets, you can take precautions to reduce anxiety in a...

Independence Day Festival Is Back!

Independence Day Festival Is Back!

July 4th in Castle Rock Celebrate with us at Bison Park in The Meadows! What is red, white, blue, and a blast for the whole family? For us, it’s July 4th in Castle Rock at the 2022 Patriotic Parade and Festival at Bison Park in The Meadows. As the days heat up, this...

Pet First Aid: Simple Tips to Be Prepared

Pet First Aid: Simple Tips to Be Prepared

We don’t call our pets “fur babies” for nothing. For many of us, our pets are truly another member of the family. As with human family members, our pets can sometimes encounter emergency situations that require pet first aid. You can prepare by creating a pet first...

Revised COVID-19 protocols based on CDC guidelines

Revised COVID-19 protocols based on CDC guidelines

Veterinary Specialists of the Rockies has revised COVID-19 protocols based on CDC guidelines and recommendations from local health officials. As a state-of-the-art medical facility, safety and sanitation have always been a top priority. Since 2020, we have also made...

Furry Scurry 2022 Is Back in Person and Better Than Ever!

Furry Scurry 2022 Is Back in Person and Better Than Ever!

Join Veterinary Specialists of the Rockies in Washington Park on May 7 for Furry Scurry 2022, or participate virtually to help save animals. Registration is open for the 29th year at furryscurry.org for Furry Scurry 2022. At this yearly fundraiser supporting...

Emergency Vet Care: How Do You Know When It’s Needed?

Emergency Vet Care: How Do You Know When It’s Needed?

In a true pet medical emergency, moments count. However, for pet owners, it can be tough to know when a pet health issue requires an emergency vet visit. Veterinary Specialists of the Rockies emergency veterinarians know that providing always-open, 24/7 vet care can...

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