Our resources are intended to provide help to pet owners. Below, you’ll find the form to register your pet before a visit, the ASPCA animal poison control phone number and website, as well as some additional resources. You may also wish to view answers to questions about emergency services and specialty services on those pages. And for payment options and more information, visit our FAQs page.

As always, if we can provide other assistance or if you have questions about your pet’s care, an upcoming appointment, or in case of emergency, please call us at 303.660.1027.



Before your pet’s visit with us, you may want to begin by filling out your registration form to save time upon arrival for your pet’s appointment.

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During the COVID pandemic, pet services providers have experienced challenges such as staff shortages and clients may have experienced long wait times. Veterinary Specialists of the Rockies is committed to providing the best care possible for your pets, and we hope you will partner with us as we navigate these challenging situations.
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Animal Poison Control

If you think your pet has ingested something poisonous, call us or bring them in immediately. In the meantime, you can also contact the ASPCA Poison Control Hotline at 1.888.426.4435. Note that fees may be applied. See our list of things that are unsafe for pets to eat in our top 7 things to keep away from pets blog post). Call the ASPCA hotline, call us at 303.660.1027, or bring your pet in to our Castle Rock 24-hour emergency vet hospital right away. You can also view the ASPCA poison control site for more information.


Additional Resources and Important Pet Health Topics

Here are a few topics that we have covered to help you get information fast. If you need help or emergency care for your pet, please call us or bring your pet in immediately.

Know When to Get Emergency Veterinary Help for Your Dog or Cat

Hot Weather and Other Summer Related Pet Health Issues