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Indian Peaks Veterinary Hospital

Health Services

We love dogs & cats

Your pets are important to you, which means they are important to us. We are a full service animal hospital and we strive to provide the best care for your pets. Visit the Services page or give us a call to find out more about the quality care we will provide for your pets.

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Exotics

Exotic creatures welcome too!

Along with dogs and cats we also provide quality medical care for exotic pets. We provide care for furry, feathered and scaled pets alike. For more information give us a call or visit our exotics page.

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Boarding

A safe place to stay while you’re away

Going out of town? We are happy to have your pets stay with us. For more information about boarding or to make a reservation visit our boarding page or call us directly.

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The IPVH Blog

Keeping you in the know.

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Ways to keep your pet active during the cold winter months

December 8, 2016 Cat Behavior, Dog Behavior

  During the winter it gets harder and harder to get your pet outside and exercised. Here is a quick list of things to do in the house to help burn off some of that energy and mentally stimulate your pet! Teach your pet a new trick! This could include basic obedience practice inside or…

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Signs your dog could be losing his vision

August 14, 2016 Dog Behavior, Dog Health

Your dog accidentally bumps into items in the home that are not in their normal place. This could be a chair that is pulled out of place at the table, or a new piece of furniture. Dogs have the ability to mask their vision loss by memorizing their surroundings. They may also rely on another…

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Quick list of signs that your cat may have dental issues

July 19, 2016 Cat Behavior, Cat Health

If your cat has any of these symptoms, they may have dental issues: Bad breath Your kitty is looking hungry and approaching her food bowl, but then doesn’t eat. Eating slower than usual or food may be dropping from her mouth when she tries to eat. Changes or an increase in vocalization. Drooling An increase…

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