Blog
May 15, 2020

How To Stop Puppy Biting

Puppies’ mouths are filled with about 28 teeny-tiny razors that seem to be attracted to…
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May 5, 2019

Preparing For Summer Pet Emergencies

Summer is nearing and that means more outside time with your pets! With rising temperatures…
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Blog
May 2, 2019

How To Remove A Tick From Your Pet Yourself

Here at Mountain Parks Veterinary Hospital, we make recommendations for controlling fleas, ticks, heartworm and…
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Blog
April 27, 2019

Your Pet Doesn’t Need to Fear the Vet

Visiting the doctor can be stress-inducing for your pets. When it comes to our furry…
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Blog
April 15, 2019

4 Preventable Pet Diseases

Sometimes the healthiest of animals can still be afflicted with unfair illnesses. However, many diseases…
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Blog
March 25, 2019

6 Steps to Prepare Your Pet for Your Baby

Congratulations from us at Mountain Parks Veterinary Hospital! Now that you’re expecting a two-legged baby,…
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COVID-19 Update:

We are pleased to announce that effective immediately we will invite clients inside the Mountain Parks Veterinary Hospital along with their pets. We ask that you follow these guidelines:

1. Only one client or family may enter at a time. Call when you arrive and we will let you know if there are other clients in the building

2. Please wear a mask. We will provide one if you don’t have your own.

3. We will take your temperature and ask you to sign a disclosure.

4. If you are not feeling well, please stay home or refrain from entering the building.

5. You will be asked to remain outside if you do not follow these guidelines

6. If you prefer to remain outside an assistant will meet you and bring your pet inside.