Centennial Animal Hospital Statement regarding COVID-19
We are open and offering all services for your pet!
Our lobby will remain closed, and we will continue to operate with curbside appointments for the remainder of the year.
We ask that clients remain in your car. Upon arrival, please text us at 719-528-1208 or call 719-528-1693. One of our staff members will come out to escort your pet inside. Please bring your phone with you, so our doctor can communicate during the appointment.
Centennial Animal Hospital remains committed to providing the highest quality veterinary services. We appreciate your patience and understand while we work to provide services without compromising the health and safety of our clients and employees.
All animals deserve compassionate veterinary care.
Our veterinarians, technicians, groomers, kennel attendants, and office staff are ready to give your furry family member the best care possible.
Centennial Animal Hospital is proud to offer wonderful bathing and grooming services for dogs and cats!
Online Refill Request
Save time and request a refill of prescription medications online. Simply fill out the form, and a member of our team will contact you directly.
We offer boarding care for dogs, cats, birds, and exotics. We have large, climate-controlled kennels for dogs and a separate, quieter area for cats, birds, and exotics.
Shake, Rattle, and Roll into the Vet for Snake Bites!
During the warmer months, you have to be on the lookout for rattlesnakes!
We get our vaccine from Red Rocks Biologics.
Our mission is to offer complete, personalized care for each and every pet in an honest, pleasant, and friendly environment. To that end, our staff is committed to working as a team with you to promote responsible pet ownership through client education while providing preventative health care and a stress-free experience.
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Letter to our clients,
We have had some calls asking when we plan to open for inside services. At this time, we will be continuing curbside service exclusively, except for euthanasias where the owner elects to be present.
Please understand that due to the nature of handling and treating animals, and the layout in our facilities small interior spaces, we ourselves are unable to socially distance from one another. Frequently our faces are inches from one another, and while we do wear face coverings, we are very conscious of the risk. Even with this degree of physical closeness, we have made it through the entire pandemic year without one single employee coming down with Covid! The thing that we have been so conscious of, is that as closely as we work together, if even just ONE employee came down with the virus, we would all need to quarantine, and that would mean we would need to close the hospital while quarantining. We really, really want to avoid that! (Our employees understand the risks and are extraordinarily careful after hours as well.)
We truly understand and empathize that you would like to be with your pets inside the hospital. But we are committed to maintaining our ability to remain open and to maintain seeing the number of animals we see per day. We are also committed to letting our employees who wish to get vaccinated have time to complete the series.
Our staff will continue to come out to your vehicles. You will still be able to speak directly with the veterinarian examining your pet. Our parking lot runners are not just runners – these are our veterinary receptionist, assistants, and technicians.
For what it’s worth, we revisit this topic just about daily, while continuing to watch and follow CDC guidelines. We sincerely intend to do our very best to accommodate all our clients and patients. But at this time, we are just not willing to take any chances that would risk our ability to remain open.
We appreciate our clients so much; we thank you for your continued patience and kindness towards our staff who are working so hard throughout all of this and taking the brunt of the frustration over these policies. We will continue to follow the guidelines provided by the CDC while also working on new protocols for when we can reopen our doors to our clients while still providing the highest quality pet care in a safe and efficient manner that protects us all.