Pikes Peak Through the Kissing Camels

Welcome To Pikes Peak
Veterinary Clinic 

Pikes Peak Veterinary Clinic is a full-service veterinary medical facility, located in Colorado Springs, CO. Our friendly and professional staff seeks to provide the best possible medical care, surgical care and dental care for dogs, cats, rabbits, other small animals and reptiles.



Pikes Peak Vet Online Store

 We have a new  and  improved ONLINE STORE!

 For our clients: Prescriptions, food and other items  can be delivered to your door!* Click the picture or  the "Online Store" button above to get started. 


If you used our previous online store, you will need to create a new username and password.


Best features:

  • Free shipping on orders over $49 and only $4.79 for orders under $49; 
  • More options for your pet, especially for prescription diets;
  • AND Auto-ship on many items that your pet uses regularly. It just shows up and you don't have to remember to call or login! Ask one of our staff members for details at your next visit or call us to learn more.

Give us up to 48 hours to authorize what you need. It's as easy as that, and with all the guarantees/warranties you won't get from other online retailers. Try it today!

*Cannot ship to non-clients or addresses outside Colorado.



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Our Very Own

Dr. Melanie Marsden has been awarded Veterinarian of the Year from the

Colorado Veterinary Medical Assoc.


We are so grateful for her expertise, her

caring, both for staff and clients as well as our pets, her never ending energy, and her ability to go between worlds.

She helps to shape policy at the high level while getting down on her hands and knees with our pets. She takes care of the Big Cats at Serenity Springs and makes the most amazing treats in her home kitchen. From the bottom of our hearts, we are so happy for you Dr. M!

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 AVMA Heartworm Brochure


Canine Influenza: What You Need to Know 

We carry the vaccine for Canine Influenza. If you are traveling to an area like Chicago, where there have been numerous outbreaks or are otherwise concerned, please check the fact sheet for details. 

Microchipping Your Pet - not just a good idea, but a life-saver! 


The microchips themselves are 134.2 kHz ISO compliant readable by all universal scanners. Each microchip is embedded in a bio-thermal glass encapsulation and coated with Parylene C, which prevents migration, then loaded into a 2-finger non-slip grip applicator, which allows for easier implantation. The syringe needle is laser-beveled for maximum sharpness, minimizing discomfort for the pet.


Each Save This Life microchip number is searchable in Google. When someone finds a pet and Googles the microchip number, they are able to privately contact the pet owner with a text message and an email. The pet owner receives a GPS map of where the person who found their pet is actually located.


In addition, $1000 of Lost Pet Heath Insurance is included with each microchip. Each pet receives coverage for up to $1,000 in emergency care for accidents that may occur while he or she is lost for one year after activation.


Best of all, there are no registration fees, no annual fees and no fees to update information or transfer pet owners!


Pikes Peak Vet can microchip your pet at your next visit or sooner. Just call for an appointment: 719-475-1747. 


Our Location
We love Pikes Peak Vet. They are just wonderful!

Emergency vets in the area

Animal Emergency Care North / 719-260-7141

Located at 5520 N. Nevada Map it


Animal Emergency Care South / 719-578-9300

Located at 3775 Airport Road Map it


Powers Pet Emergency / 719-473-0482

Located at 5956 Stetson Hills Blvd Map it


General Emergency Care Information

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