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Pet Emergency? Call us right away at 719-481-3455!
Front Range Animal Hospital is a full-service, AAHA-accredited small animal hospital conveniently located in Monument, Colorado. We proudly serve the Tri-Lakes Area (Monument, Palmer Lake and Woodmoor) and surrounding communities, including The Black Forest, Glen Eagle, The United States Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Larkspur and Perry Park.
The Doctors and Staff at Front Range Animal Hospital are dedicated to bringing you the very best in pet health care. We truly enjoy collaborating with pet owners. No one knows your pet like you do, and we benefit greatly form your unique insight and perspective. We love sharing knowledge and making sure you have the information you need to make informed decisions. Working as partners with you results in the best possible care for your pet, and we get great joy from improving the lives of our pet patients and their people.
Front Range Animal Hospital is a full-service hospital, staffed and equipped to handle everything from routine well pet visits to major emergencies and severe illness. Our services include preventive health care, comprehensive dentistry, routine and complicated surgeries and medical cases (including dermatology, cancer treatments and major illness). We also provide guidance on behavior and training issues. Our talented, high-quality doctors have over 80 years of combined experience successfully treating the entire spectrum of health issues seen in pets.
If you have an emergency with your pet -a major trauma or critical illness- Front Range Animal Hospital is the place to be. Our full in-house laboratory, digital x-ray, ultrasound and state-of-the-art monitoring equipment allow us to quickly assess critical patients when every minute counts. We are prepared to administer oxygen, fluids, IV medications, even blood transfusions. Our surgical suite is equipped to handle challenging emergency surgeries.
We are here for YOU! Give us the opportunity to help you care for your pet and we promise to try to exceed your expectations. We know there are many choices when it comes to veterinary care. We view it as a great privilege when we are that choice. In addition to bringing you the latest in pet health information, we work continually to find ways to make your visit more pleasant. For instance, we know that some pets get a bit scared to come see us, so we work to find the perfect approach for YOUR pet, to reduce apprehension and make it a positive experience. We are always looking for ways to improve customer service. We realize that your time is precious and strive to be respectful of that. Let us know how we are doing. If you have an idea to improve our customer service or if something we are doing needs improvement, please let us know. We value your feedback and aim to please.
Front Range Animal Hospital
Richard Beck, DVM | Kristin Woestehoff, DVM | Alicia Niedzwiedzki, DVM | Kristine Kirsch, DVM | Kimberly Palgrave, DVM | Leann Pape, DVM | Michele Pyne, DVM
Monument Veterinarian | Front Range Animal Hospital | 719-481-3455
487 West Highway 105
Monument, CO 80132
|Monday||7:30 - 7:30|
|Tuesday||7:30 - 7:30|
|Wednesday||7:30 - 7:30|
|Thursday||7:30 - 7:30|
|Friday||7:30 - 7:30|
|Saturday||8:00 - 3:00|
|7:30 - 7:30||7:30 - 7:30||7:30 - 7:30||7:30 - 7:30||7:30 - 7:30||8:00 - 3:00||Closed|
"Rarely do I find such caring and attentive customer service in any establishment" Nancy M.
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