Cache La PoudreVeterinary Clinic
WE TREAT ANIMALS AS IF THEY WERE OUR OWN
Thank you for choosing
Cache La Poudre Veterinary Clinic!
We’re here to help keep your pets happy and healthy, with a do no harm motto.
Contact us today at 970-221-1297 to find out how we can help provide the special care at affordable prices.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Or you can send us a fax at 970-530-3775
IMPORTANT: We are no longer using the online pharmacy Covetrus (Vet’s First Choice). We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and will work diligently to get you set up with the new company as soon as we are able to. Please contact us if you need medications refilled. Your patience during this change is greatly apricated.
Notes: We are by appointment only. We DO NOT do walk-ins or emergencies. Our staff is not big enough to accommodate these needs, as we are a crew of 3. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause, please see emergency note below for information on where to take emergency patients.
Our hours are Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 9am-5pm, Tuesday 10am-2pm tech ONLY no doctor, and Friday 9am-3pm.
Please call prior to entering the building to make sure our lobby is clear.
EMERGENCY?For ALL emergencies please call the Fort Collins Veterinary Emergency Hospital at 970-484-8080. Or CSU emergency department at (970) 297-5000.
Fort Collins Emergency
816 S. Lemay
Fort Collins, CO 80524
300 W Drake Rd
Fort Collins, CO 80523
Cache La Poudre Veterinary Clinic
We provide a wide range of pet care services for small animals.
The experienced staff will ensure your furry family member is given the very best of care.
The microchip is a device used for permanent identification for your pet. It is about the size of a grain of rice and is placed under the skin between the shoulder blades.
All veterinary clinics and animal shelters have universal scanners that are able to read the chip’s number.
We offer affordable digital radiographs.
Radiographs are very useful tools for looking at problems in your pets. They are used to diagnose fractures, any other bony problems, heart and lung problems as well as foreign bodies.
It is important for you to check your pet’s mouth on a routine basis and we also check the mouth when you bring your pet in for an exam.
If left unchecked, bacteria from the mouth can enter the bloodstream and travel to the lungs, heart, kidneys, liver & even the brain, starting infections and seriously compromising the health of your pet.
We provide all types of soft tissue procedures. Including routinely perform ovariohysterectomy (spays), castrations (neuters), mass removals, abdominal procedures, etc.
We DO NOT perform feline declaws.
We offer a variety of lab services including but not limited to both chemistry panels of 6 and 12, CBC, full thyroid panel, urinalysis, and fecals.