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Lone Tree, Colorado (303) 708‑8050 Open 6 Days a Week

8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Lone Tree Veterinary Medical Center

“We believe that all pets deserve to have a good life.”

Welcome to Lone Tree Veterinary Medical Center

At Lone Tree Veterinary Medical Center, we believe that all pets deserve to have a good life. Our goal is to help you keep your furry friend happy and healthy throughout its life, by providing complete pet care services, every day– all at one location.

Whether your pet needs medical, dental or surgical care, boarding, grooming or obedience training, the friendly and experienced staff at Lone Tree Veterinary Medical Center has you covered. All of your pet care needs can now be met under one roof at our convenient facility in Lone Tree, Colorado. We open early and close late, with no extra fees on weekends or evenings, so that you can have peace of mind about your pet’s health and wellness.

Dog, Cat, and Birds

Our team of veterinary professionals is dedicated to making your pet feel adored. We treat new and returning clients like part of the family, building a relationship of trust with you and your pet. Our staff members are certified and/or licensed as required in order to provide your pet with the high-quality, friendly care they need to live long and happy lives. As accredited members of the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA), you can rest assured that we will meet the highest standards of veterinary care. We have also earned a Gold Star Rating with the Better Business Bureau for the past several years.

We recognize how important your pet is to you, which is why Lone Tree Veterinary Medical Center is committed to providing high-quality, compassionate and comprehensive small animal care. Take a look through all of the veterinary services we have to offer and give us a call to set up an appointment for you and your animal companion to meet us. We look forward to making you a part of our extended family.

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Anemia in Pets

Anemia is defined as a deficiency in the number of circulating red blood cells in the body. It is a relatively common health condition in humans – especially in women, due to low iron levels. In pets, however, anemia is often the result of chronic disease, autoimmune disease, cancer, trauma or other medical condition.  Understanding […]