Description: At Columbine Animal Hospital & Emergency Clinic in Littleton, CO, our mission is to provide quality, compassionate, life-long veterinary care for your pet. Our practice has serving cats and dogs from Littleton and the surrounding communities for over 40 years. We are staffed with talented doctors and an amazing support staff with special interests in all aspects of pet care.
We have an emergency doctor present nights, holidays, and weekends.
Columbine Animal Hospital & Emergency Clinic offers a wide range of veterinary services, including:
Routine exams and vaccinations
Medical care and surgical services
X-rays and ICU
Laser pain management therapy
Boarding and grooming
Emergency vet services
Our experienced veterinary doctors have an assortment of special interests that include diseases and surgery of the ear, ophthalmology, dermatology and geriatric medicine, to name a few. We even have a certified veterinary chiropractor on staff.
With your pet's best interest in mind, our caring veterinarians and certified veterinary technicians can also assist with acute and chronic pain relief, wellness testing and diet recommendations.
If you have to be away and can't take your pet with you, our licensed boarding kennel is equipped to comfortably accommodate your dog or cat. Outdoor playtime is provided two to three times a day.
We also offer cat and dog grooming on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Baths and nail trims are available Monday through Friday.
Call Columbine Animal Hospital & Emergency Clinic today for your pet's appointment. Walk-ins are welcome!
Minority/Female Owned: Locally Owned
Brands: Eukanuba Dog Food, Hills, IAMS
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by chaos, 11/16/2009
I took my dog in on emergency after she had not eaten all day and been vomiting. Even though it was late the vet met us at the door with a smile for me and my dog. She ran some blood work and took some xrays. My dog Cindy had bad pancreatitis, she had to be put on fluids and meds to help settle her tummy. I felt very comfortable leaving her with the vet, she was very sweet to my baby. The cost was well worth having my girl healthy and happy again !!!!! Would recommend to all my friends!Edit - Delete
Don't take your pet here!!
by Dog Lover, 05/12/2010
It has been a while ago, but I took my beloved Golden to Columbine Hospital on an emergency trip. She was very sick-We left her and checked on her every couple of hours until 11pm. We called at 7am the next morning to check on our baby. We apparently woke up the vet that was on duty. she asked, "do you want me to check on your pet?". She stated that when she checked on her at 1am (the last time she was looked at) she was doing okay. When the vet came back we were told that my dog had died. We did get the attorney general involved and the vet was put on probation.ALWAYS ASK IF A VET WILL BE ON DUTY AND AWAKE!! My dog went 6 hours in an emergency situation not being checked on. Of course I got a hand written bill the next day in the mail. No appology or anything.