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Year Round Dental Health

If there was something you could do to increase the happy life of your pet by two to four years you would want to know about it! And I mean two to four calendar years not “dog” or “cat” years. That is why our national veterinary colleagues have...

Dangers for Pets Around the Holidays

It’s that time of the year and no one could be happier! The holidays are just around the corner and with everything we have been through this year it’s about time for some cheer. Although December is usually a wonderful time for everyone sometimes it can take a toll...

Our Standards of Care

Today pets are truly part of the family. As such, at Altitude Veterinary Hospital we strive to provide the very best care for them. This is driven by our clients who want to know diagnoses, prognoses, and not simply try medications. We accomplish this by having set...

Lizards, Ferrets and Snakes, Oh My!

When taking our pets to the doctor, we usually think of our dogs and cats. They need their vaccines, teeth cleaned, and medicine when they get sick. However, dogs and cats are not the only pets that need veterinary attention. It may seem strange to think of taking...

Taking Proper Care of Our Bodies

Having been in the veterinary field for over 2 decades, there are 2 important ways to take care of your pet’s body.  They are, a multi-modal approach to pain relief, and nutrition.  These two are essential in overall wellness and set the tone to keep our pet’s bodies...

Our Core Values

At Altitude Veterinary Hospital, we strive to provide A Higher Level of Care in all that we do. This is something that we want to have live in us down to our core. To help guide us in this, we have developed four Core Values that we have chosen to live by. They were...

Spring has Sprung!

With warmer weather lots of things come to life, or become more active, including parasites that affect our pets. Parasites exist in many varieties including internal parasites such as various intestinal worms and heartworms, and external parasites such as fleas and...

Fear Free Visits: How Owners Can Help

We love to see our patients walk through the door wagging their tails or kitties willingly coming out of the carrier wanting us to love on them. Unfortunately, there are several animals that are anxious and fearful when they come to the hospital. Fear can be caused...