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6 Tips on Keeping Your Pets Safe While Camping

6 Tips on Keeping Your Pets Safe While Camping

Bringing a pet with you on a camping trip is like bringing your best friend along. You know you're going to have a blast together, but there are still safe practices and precautions to take in order to protect all two-legged and four-legged attendees. From preparing...

Keeping Your Pet Safe – Checking For Lumps & Bumps

Keeping Your Pet Safe – Checking For Lumps & Bumps

Some of the scariest monsters for a pet owner are lumps and bumps, but often these monsters aren't so tough, especially when they're discovered and treated early. Here are some tips to help protect your dog or cat. Check your pet monthly for lumps and...

How do I Know if my Pet is Obese?

How do I Know if my Pet is Obese?

Pets are regarded as furry — or feathered or scaled — members of the family. We care for them, we love them, and we worry about their health. Because pets can't speak, it's difficult for us to know exactly what's going on with their health. According to...

Safe Dog Chew Toys

Safe Dog Chew Toys

Help your pet stay healthy and happy with this pet care tip. Many dogs love to chew on things, but not everything is safe for them to chew. Despite their popularity, steer clear of bones, antlers, hard plastic chews, ice cubes and sticks, all of which can fracture...

Pet Allergies | Signs & Symptoms

Pet Allergies | Signs & Symptoms

The symptoms of pet allergies can present in several different ways, depending on the type of allergen affecting them. The symptoms from a food allergy, skin allergy, or environmental allergy are often very similar to one another. Just like with humans,...

UPDATED PROTOCOL for Appointments during COVID-19

UPDATED PROTOCOL for Appointments during COVID-19

6.02.20 Allowing Pet Parents Into The Hospital We truly understand how difficult it is to be away from your beloved pet and have them "whisked" away into the hospital as you wait outside during their appointment, and we appreciate everyone's patience...

COVID-19 and Pets

COVID-19 and Pets

Due to the recent outbreak of COVID-19, government and health officials are asking citizens to be more cautious. Social distancing and frequent hand washing are recommended to reduce the rate of infections. In addition to taking care of themselves, what do...

When Life’s a Drag… Why is My Dog Dragging Its Bottom?

When Life’s a Drag… Why is My Dog Dragging Its Bottom?

We’ve all been there. You have company visiting for a nice dinner and the evening is going well. Then, out of the corner of your eye, you see it. Your dog dragging his bottom on the floor. Embarrassed laughter fills the room. You ask yourself: “Why is my dog dragging...

Pet Foods With Excess Vitamin D

Pet Foods With Excess Vitamin D

Pet foods are supposed to be nutritious and help our pets lead healthier and happier lives, so when they turn up tainted, it comes as quite a shock. Recently, two serious pet food recalls identifying excessive vitamin D levels have made the news. How did it happen?...

Are Microchips Dangerous for Pets?

Are Microchips Dangerous for Pets?

Every year, we have far too many run-away pets come through our hospital doors, and we’re always so grateful when they have a registered microchip allowing us to reunite scared pet owners with their lost pets. Personally, after seeing so many escape artists, I worry...

Even pets suffer from “White Coat Syndrome.”  Let’s go FEAR FREE!

Even pets suffer from “White Coat Syndrome.” Let’s go FEAR FREE!

It’s a familiar routine for veterinarians. Like humans, most pets dread going to the doctor’s office. They hide under the chair in the exam room, pull back on the leash, tremble, shake or bark and whine. Given the right circumstances, over time some of these pets may...

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Pine Creek Veterinary Hospital in Colorado Springs | Compassionate Healthcare for Your Pets

Contact Us
Phone: 719-955-0966
Text: 719-955-0966
Fax:719-955-0971
Email Us

Address
4120 Royal Pine Drive
Colorado Springs, CO
80920

Get Directions

Our Hours
Mon - Thurs: 7:30am — 7:30pm
Fri: 7:30am — 5:30pm
Sat: 9:00am — 12:00pm
Sun: Closed