Northgate Animal Hospital has been serving the needs of Colorado Springs area companion animals and their guardians since 2004. We are a small animal practice, providing veterinary services for dogs and cats.
Our professional and friendly staff seeks to provide the best possible medical, surgical, and dental care for our patients. We offer a wide array of services ranging from examinations and vaccinations to surgery, emergency care, digital radiography, and veterinary medical acupuncture. 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 understand the special role your companion plays as a member of your family. As an important member of your family, we encourage routine physical examinations and preventative wellness care to keep your furry friend in the best possible health.
Comprehensive Healthcare For Your Furry Companions
Comprehensive wellness and sick animal care. Diagnostics, medical and surgical treatment.
Same-day sick animal/emergency appointments.
Great for drop-off patient appointments before and pick-up after work.
Full Pharmacy including prescription diets – Hills, Royal Canin, Purina CNM.
Here for you
For examinations, vaccinations, blood work and dental care.
Visit summary and guidance for at-home care of your companion.
Companion Care Products available for home use.
6 month 0% interest Payment Plans are available through CareCredit.
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A calm companion is a happy companion.
We are excited to announce the addition of music boxes made by PET ACOUSTICS that we are using for all of our patients. The music has been composed based on research identifying sounds which are specifically appealing to dogs (blue music box) or cats (green music box). We have seen wonderful calming effects using them with hospitalized patients and during outpatient visits. We are utilizing them during anesthetic procedures as research has reported improved anesthetic response when playing appropriate music. We have also had pleasantly surprised responses from the parents of our furry friends!
What should I do in an emergency?