Specialty and Emergency Veterinary Services for Pets and Their Families
We love animals and animal lovers! Our goal is to bring every patient back to health. We know it can be difficult to have to bring a family pet to an ER veterinarian. Veterinary Specialists of the Rockies is open 24/7, 365 days a year for emergencies. We partner with your family veterinarian to offer the kind of care every family member deserves.
Our board-certified veterinary specialists in internal medicine, critical care, veterinary surgery, oncology, cardiology, diagnostic imaging, and acupuncture provide the highest level of integrated care for every patient.
About Our Facility
Veterinary Specialists of the Rockies is a privately-owned small animal hospital in a 10,000 sq. ft. building with the latest in laboratory and diagnostic equipment and advanced technology. This capability allows our veterinary specialists and ER veterinarians to more quickly provide a personalized treatment plan, so the chance for a good outcome for your pet is improved.
Our facility has been specially constructed to provide a comfortable and welcoming space for pets and families. Since 2020, we have made additional upgrades and procedural changes (such as adding a special air filtration system) for the health and safety of staff and clients. In addition, Veterinary Specialists of the Rockies follows CDC guidelines, as well as recommendations from local health agencies, including current guidelines that face masks are optional in public spaces. Cats will also be relieved to learn that they have their own spaces separated from our canine patients.
When your pet must undergo surgery, our recovery rooms are equipped with the added benefit of real-time video monitoring that acts as an extension of our recovery room staff. You can be assured that staff will be alerted immediately if a patient is not doing well.
We know that when a pet is ill, it is stressful for the family. Our professional and support staff provide compassionate consultations and education. We want you to clearly understand treatment options, so you can make the best possible decisions for your pets.