1295 Main St., Suite 7, Behind Dairy Queen, Windsor, CO 80550

Phone : (970) 686-5025

Fax: (970) 686-5198

MWF: 8am-530pm; Tu, Th: 8am-630pm; Sat: 9am-1pm


We value our patients and clients, and we appreciate the role we get to play in your pet's health care. As our way of saying thank you, check this page for different specials that will help you save on services and products.

Whenever you see a special offer below, print it out and bring it on your next visit. Make sure to take note of the expiration dates, as we change our special offers from time to time.

Again, all of us at The Vets Animal Hospital want to thank you and your pets for being a loyal member of our community. We are grateful that you have chosen us as your pet's health care provider.

Excludes blood work and medications

By the age of three, almost 80% of dogs and 70% of cats have some form of gum disease according to the American Veterinary Dental Society. The signs may be noticeable; bad breath or a lack of interest in eating, but they may also be very slight or even unnoticeable to many pet owners. Left untreated for long periods of time, chronic infections in the mouth can lead to infections of other body organs.

We believe that good dental hygiene in our pets is not just about treating problems - it is about good prevention.
It starts with care at home. Our staff is happy teach you how to examine and care for your pet's mouth, discuss and prepare a dental plan for you to start at home, as well as recommend treats and diets that support dental health.

Regular Check Ups: A regular dental exam is just as important as your pet's annual exam, routine vaccinations, or regular parasite screenings. As part of your pet's regularly scheduled preventive exam, we spend significant time examining the health of their teeth and gums. We are offering a FREE dental consultation for the month of February with one of our highly trained technicians.

Treat Early: Regular dental prophylaxis is more effective, less stressful on your pet, and ultimately less expensive than waiting to treat serious problems. By performing regular dental cleanings, we can avoid many more serious dental problems that may require tooth extractions.