Veterinarian in Colorado Springs Welcome You To Centennial Animal Hospital
Welcome to Centennial Animal Hospital, your home for personal pet care in Colorado Springs. Our veterinary hospital has cared for the health and happiness of pet family members for over ten years. We know your pet's health is important to you and that's why our team of Dr. Mike Stahl, Dr. Nicole Stahl, and Dr. Anita Martinez take the time to get to know you and your pet personally. Each veterinarian has the background and experience necessary to provide professional care for our furry friends, but we're also pet lovers so we enjoy seeing your pet, too. From pet dentistry and pet vaccinations to spay and neuter pet surgery, our animal hospital provides a full range of services to help you and your pet enjoy a long and happy life together.
When you bring your new puppy or kitten to our Colorado Springs veterinarian, we conduct a thorough examination to make sure your family's latest addition is in top health. We administer the initial pet vaccinations and discuss any health issues associated with your pet's breed. We may recommend a spay and neuter surgery to prevent unwanted pregnancies and reduce the chances of certain types of cancer. Please ask us any questions you have about your pet's health. Before you leave we also give you tips about brushing your pet's teeth, diet and exercise needs, and other steps you can take to keep your pet alert, healthy and engaged.
Veterinary Hospital Services in Colorado Springs
As your pet grows, yearly wellness examinations allow our veterinarian to check all aspects of your pets' health and make sure vaccinations are current. An important part of preventative care is our pet dentistry service. Most pet owners don't realize that pets' teeth need as much care as human teeth do. During a check-up we closely inspect your pet's mouth, teeth and gums to look for any sign of decay or infection that could lead to further medical problems. We provide gentle geriatric pet care to help keep your pet as active and healthy as possible, and may even recommend laser therapy to help ease the pain and stiffness of arthritis.
If you notice any unusual symptoms in your pet between appointments, please contact our animal hospital as soon as possible so that we can advise you on what actions need to be taken. You may be asked to bring your pet in for testing so we can reach a diagnosis and develop a treatment plan. If pet surgery is required we use lasers whenever possible to reduce bleeding, swelling and healing time.
We also offer pet boarding and pet grooming. When you bring pets in for pet grooming we not only make sure they come out looking great, we also look for any signs of skin irritation or pest infestation that may need extra attention. We go the extra mile in all we do because Centennial Animal Hospital "offers complete and personalized care for your pet."
Centennial Animal Hospital
6870 Centennial Blvd Colorado Springs CO 80919
Centennial Animal Hospital
Colorado Springs, CO 80919