We love working with your dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, birds of any size, lizards, turtles, tortoises, hamsters, chickens, amphibians, and the small mammal companion animals. You never know what animal we might have at our hospital. Our goal is to enhance the lives of our patients by providing quality medical services and nutritional and behavioral guidance.
Tickets Currently on Sale for 100$ see the bottom of the page. Rattlesnake Aversion Class June 12th 2017 Details The first component of protecting your pets is to train them to avoid snakes which will help save them and many times even you! You may not be aware of a snakes presence, however if your […]
As the snow melts and the rivers rise, out come the creepy crawlers that just love to hitch a ride on your dog or cat. With warming temperatures the primary thing to be aware of is mosquitos and the spread heartworm. Heartworm is a nasty parasite that can cause serious problems in dogs and sometimes […]
How to Prevent Rattlesnake Bites with your Dogs Note! We are hosting a Rattlesnake Aversion Training class June 12th 2017 more information below. Where do rattlesnakes live? Rattlesnakes live in a variety of habitats, ranging from wetlands, deserts and forests, and from sea level to mountain elevations. Rattlesnakes are most active in warmer seasons, from […]
What Is Avian Influenza (AI)? AI viruses can infect chickens, turkeys, pheasants, quail, ducks, geese and guinea fowl, as well as a wide variety of other birds. Migratory waterfowl have proved to be a natural reservoir for the less infectious strains of the disease known as low pathogenicity avian influenza. AI viruses can be classified […]
The Aspenwing staff recently spent their Friday evening performing health checks for the 4H Youth’s rabbits at the Larimer County Fair. The evening was brimming with floppy ears, cotton tails, and smiling faces!