Helpful Links

Fountain Valley Animal Hospital has found these organizations, foundations, and businesses to be excellent resources for taking care of your pets.

The American Veterinary Medical Association is a not-for-profit association representing more than 82,500 veterinarians. The AVMA acts as a collective voice for its membership and for the profession.

The ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center (APCC) provides toxicology educational programs, consulting services, review of case data as an alternative to traditional animal research, and a 24-hour veterinary diagnostic and treatment hotline.

Canine Coach, Inc. values the power of communication and believes it is never necessary to use force to control your dog when you both understand and respect each other.

Catvets. If you have problems with your cat going outside of the litter box, Catvets has some helpful information on their website. If you'd like to talk to us about what you can do, please print out and complete the questionnaire and bring it with you to your appointment.

Chihuahua and Small Dog Rescue is dedicated to finding the best possible home for each Chihuahua and small dog they have in their care.

The Colorado Veterinary Medical Association works hard to enhance the health and welfare of pets, promote the bond between humans and animals, and to further the well-being of veterinarians.

Homeward Bound Pet Crematorium compassionately assists you with arrangements specialized to meet your individual needs. Homeward Bound can help ease the pain of the loss of your dog, cat, horse, exotic, or pocket pet.

Land of Ahs Kennel is a large country facility located south of Colorado Springs, with separate areas for small, medium, and large dogs, and a cattery and exotics isolation rooms that are away from the dog areas. Their highly trained staff is there to help your beloved pet have a happy comfortable stay and go home rested and happy.

The Morris Animal Foundation helps animals enjoy longer, healthier lives by advancing animal health and welfare worldwide.

PennHip. Anyone who has had to watch their dog suffer through the pain of hip dysplasia knows how dibilitating the disease can be. PennHip is a not-for-profit program wholly owned and operated by the University of Pennsylvania working to develop and apply evidence-based technology to direct appropriate breeding strategies aimed at reducing the frequency and severity of canine hip dysplasia.

Troop Swap. Fountain Valley Animal Hospital is proud to join Troop Swap, a listing of local and national businesses who show their appreciation for a life of service by offering exclusive deals and discounts to military personnel. Troop Swap believes a life of service should have its perks!

Track Your Pet's Info Through Pet Portal

track your pet's information

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Sign up for a Pet Portal account with VetStreet and then log in to track your pet's medical history and view an extensive pet health library.

2017 Man's Best Friend Calendar

track your pet's information

Please make a donation to our Salvation Fund and pick up a 2017 calendar while supplies last.

The Salvation Fund is used to help pet owners who are in need of financial assistance throughout the year. The more you donate, the more owners and pets we can help in 2017!

Golden Retriever Lifetime Study

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The Morris Animal Foundation Golden Retriever Lifetime Study is accepting applications from humans who share their lives with Golden Retrievers. The study looks at how lifestyle, diet, and exercise affect the longevity of this special breed. Applicants are asked to remain in the program for the duration of the dog's life. Benefits include reimbursement for yearly exams, labwork, etc. Please go online at the Morris Animal Foundation to register.

Search under the vet listing and click on our name. The Morris Animal Foundation will then contact us to ensure that your pet qualifies for the study. We look forward to helping your pet live a long, healthy, and happy life.

Dental
Care

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Your pet’s health is affected by the condition of their teeth and gums. When tartar builds up, bad breath is just one side effect. Tartar can cause an infection that may attack other major organs such as the heart. To make sure your pet lives a long and healthy life, we recommend you have their teeth cleaned at regular intervals, or whenever their teeth need attention.

From January 15 through March, we are offering 10% off on all dental cleanings. This includes blood work, anesthesia, and dental work. We look forward to seeing your pet to help you keep their teeth sparkling, their breath fresh, and their health the very best possible.

Our Special Offers and Discounts

our special offers and discounts

New Clients

For new clients we offer $5 off your first visit. See our New Clients page to print out the coupon. This offer is not to be used with other offers or discounts.

Senior & Military Discounts

Seniors: Receive 5% off on examinations and vaccines.

Military: Retired or active, receive 5% off your medical bill.

(Products and over-the-counter items are not covered)

Senior Pet Wellness Package

To help our senior pets remain healthy throughout their lives, we offer a wellness package on exam, X-rays, bloodwork, and urinalysis. Offered to dogs and cats 7 years or more of age.

Rescue Organization Discount

We believe that adopting pets is a great way to save lives and to find a friend for life. Please see us for further details.