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.
Keep your pets safe this Halloween! Halloween can be a fun and festive time of year for all of us and our pets can get in on the fun too! While celebrating this Halloween, be sure to be diligent and aware of potential dangers to your pet. Here are a few tips and tricks to […]
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Case: Jelly Bean the Russian Tortoise On one unfortunate day last month, a Russian tortoise named Jelly Bean was minding her own business when a mischievous dog knocked over her cage and decided that poor Jelly Bean was his new chew toy. When she arrived at Aspenwing later that day, she was completely missing her […]
Thanks to all who came out for our events in June! Both the Kids & Critters Festival and Rattlesnake Aversion Class were a huge successes. It was a great joy for us to interact with both current and future clients outside of the normal confines of the veterinary clinic. 2nd Annual Kids and Critters Festival […]
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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 […]