COVID-19 Updated Information and Hours
Dear Northgate Animal Hospital Family,
We write to communicate our plan regarding the “Safer at Home Order” issued by Governor Polis. Starting Monday 4-27-2020 we will continue to offer Curbside Service for your pet, but we will resume normal business hours. Monday – Friday 8:00am to 5:30pm. We are also able to resume elective surgical procedures (spay/neuters, growth removals) and dental cleanings. Our goal is to provide your furry family member the care they need while keeping everyone safe and being in compliance with the “Safer at Home Order”.
Thank you for your understanding!
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Proudly serving pets in Colorado Springs and beyond!
Northgate Animal Hospital has been the Colorado Springs veterinarian of choice for area companion animals and their guardians since 2004. We are a small animal practice, providing veterinary services for dogs and cats. We are dedicated to providing state of the art veterinary care combined with trust, compassion, and personalized attention for you and your furry friend. We offer more options to keep your companion feeling their best, now offering advanced dentistry!
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We love cats!
Northgate Animal Hospital holds a Gold Status as a Cat Friendly Hospital certified by the American Association of Feline Practitioners. Veterinary clinics designated as Cat Friendly Practices® have proven they take extra steps that show they understand your cat’s unique needs.
In the United States there are millions more owned cats than owned dogs, yet cats receive needed medical care far less frequently than dogs. A major reason is that many cat owners feel it is stressful for them, and their cat, to visit the veterinarian, and often owners believe their cat doesn’t need routine check-ups for wellness and preventive care. The Cat Friendly Practice (CFP) program provides a solution to this trend and provides an opportunity for veterinary practices to reduce stress during the visit, thereby improving the opportunity for cats to receive the care they need and deserve.
What should I do in an emergency?
If your furry friend has an emergency – bleeding, trauma, difficulty breathing, collapse, suspected poison – please call us immediately and prepare to transport your companion to Northgate Animal Hospital as soon as possible. If it is before 8:00 am or after 5:30 pm please contact: