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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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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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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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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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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:

Veterinary Medicine and Pet boarding have been designated essential businesses. Mountain Parks Veterinary Hospital will be open our regular hours in order to care for your pets. The adventure camp will be available 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM Monday through Friday beginning Monday April 27. For overnight boarding please call 303-670-7118, email camphq@mountainparksvet.com or complete the online boarding request form. Please call 303-674-3156 or email records@mountainparksvet.com if we can help with other pet care needs.

We will be following CDC recommended protocols for curbside service. When you arrive at the hospital please remain in your vehicle and call our main phone number 303-674-3156 or send a text message to 720-780-6965. A hospital employee will come outside, take a brief history and bring your pet inside. The doctor and technician will communicate with you via text message, telephone or come outside while practicing recommended social distancing.

We do not like this impersonal approach but it is necessary to assure your health and well being as well as that of our staff. Hopefully life will return to normal soon but until then we appreciate your understanding and cooperation.