Covid-19 Notice
Effective March 1st: We are no longer requiring masks to enter the building. We do recommend them if you are not fully vaccinated or not feeling well. If you are exhibiting COVID symptoms we do over Telehealth appointments. Thank you for your continued patronage and we hope to see you soon.

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Protect Your Pets From Parasites This Spring

Protect Your Pets From Parasites This Spring

April is many things; Heartworm Awareness month, Pet First Aid Awareness Month, and most obvious to us, the beginning of spring. As it gets warmer and the snow melts, we begin to get out more with our pets. With the longer days and nicer temperatures, we begin seeing...

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March Is Pet Poison Prevention Month

March Is Pet Poison Prevention Month

March is Pet Poison Prevention Month, and it is the time to think about how to keep your pet safe from toxic substances. One topic that has gotten more attention in recent years, yet still seems like an unknown, is Marijuana. What is the deal with pets and marijuana?...

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What’s All the Hype About Dental Health Month?

What’s All the Hype About Dental Health Month?

It boils down to three main things:1. Oral hygiene is as important for your pet as it is for you.That means that your dog or cat is at risk of developing periodontal disease if they don’t have consistent oral hygiene at home. And to clarify before we move on,...

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January is National Train Your Dog Month

January is National Train Your Dog Month

Keep reading to learn about how you can help your dog become a cool, calm, & confident canine in any situation. Training your dog may seem like a time-consuming, daunting, or sometimes even unnecessary task, however, it is a crucial component to your dog’s ability to...

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2021 Holiday Hazards

2021 Holiday Hazards

Holiday Hazards By Dr. Caroline Frank As we approach the time of the year to deck the halls and spread yule tide cheer, our 4-legged friends must be watched with a close eye as to not end up on the Veterinarian’s naughty list. Not only do we need to worry about the...

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November is Pet Cancer Awareness Month

November is Pet Cancer Awareness Month

Cancer in pets has become more common, and this month we are going to discuss what cancer is, signs of cancer, diagnosis, and some treatment options should you be faced with a cancer diagnosis in your pet. Neoplasia is defined as the uncontrolled or abnormal growth of...

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What Quality Means to Me as a Veterinary Nurse

What Quality Means to Me as a Veterinary Nurse

Quality veterinary care is extremely important and essential to the health and wellbeing of companion animals. Not only does this benefit pets, but it also aids in caregivers’ mental wellbeing knowing that their pet is receiving quality care that will insure a long...

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Allergies and Asthma Awareness

Allergies and Asthma Awareness

Allergies in Companion Animals If you or someone you know has allergies, you know this time of year means clogged up, sniffly, sneezing misery with every new wave of Spring. People with allergies tend to sneeze and have watery eyes. Dogs and cats increase grooming as...

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Heartworm Awareness Month

Heartworm Awareness Month

Happy Spring! We hope this post finds you and your loved ones (including those fur babies) in good health. We wanted to check in and remind everyone that April is Heartworm awareness month! As the weather starts warming up and that desire to spend all your weekend...

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Serving the pets of the Roaring Fork Valley since 1970.

At Alpine Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

Contact Info

Phone: 970-963-2371
Fax: 970-963-2372
Email: customerservice@alpinevet.co

Hours

Mon - Fri: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Sat: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Sun: Closed

After that (and on weekends) we transfer calls to Valley Emergency Pet Care 970-927-5066 or Grand Valley Emergency Center in Grand Junction 970-255-1911

Location

17776 Highway 82
Carbondale, CO 81623
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