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Some conditions that should be considered emergent or critical include:
Alpine Animal Hospital has the necessary equipment and facility to stabilize, treat and maintain critical patients. Our staff is trained and experienced in the treatment of a variety of emergency and critical care cases including trauma, acute disease and chronic disease complications. Many of our technicians are also certified by the Red Cross in animal first aid and have experience working in veterinary emergency clinics. We also work closely with the local veterinary emergency clinic (Valley Emergency Pet Care) in treating our critical patients and can transport stable animals that require 24 hour care to their facility for overnight monitoring.
New Patients Welcome
Equine Foot Educational Series
Join us on June 8th at 6PM for our first of a series on The Equine Foot By Dr. Alicia Nolfi, DVM
New Patient Welcome
Sign up using the form below or call (970) 963-2371 to make an appointment.
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