Does it seem like your dog is in pain or not behaving the way they usually do? Use the clickable pet diagram below to find out more about potential causes and canine orthopedic treatment options that can return your dog to a pain free, active lifestyle.
Our orthopedic veterinary specialty team includes four board certified veterinary surgeons with over 50 years of combined experience, seven certified veterinary technicians as well as a dedicated, pet loving staff. We believe pets enrich our lives in many ways and constantly strive to make your pets healthy, happy and ready to greet you when you walk in the door.
Colorado Canine Orthopedics offers advanced orthopedic care in a state-of-the-art veterinary surgery center designed with your dog in mind. You'll find non-slip rubber flooring, dog beds, dog toys, treats, a dog walking path and of course plenty of loving attention. Your pet will recover in a heated recovery area, where they'll get lots of attention in our open concept treatment area. Clients are welcome to stay with their pet prior to surgery and during recovery. You will also have internet access, work space if you choose to bring work and every heart warming dog movie ever made, all in one of our private rooms. We’ll also thoroughly review the detailed discharge packet, which includes the surgeon's personal phone number.
We recognize your time is valuable and most pet owners do not want to leave their four-legged family member over night in the hospital. Thanks to arthroscopy and epidural analgesia most pets are able to go home the day of surgery. Many clients bring their pet for a “consult to surgery” appointment, stay with their pet prior to surgery, get some work done or watch a movie then head home with their pets all in one day; even Saturdays.
Our veterinary surgery facility is equipped with the latest diagnostic, imaging and surgical tools including:
We are pleased to offer patients post-surgical and arthritis rehabilitation in the brand new Canine Rehabilitation and Arthritis Center, now open in the Veterinary Specialty Center as sister practice of Colorado Canine Orthopedics.
The 1,500 square foot facility includes pet specific examination and treatment rooms for laser therapy, ultra-sound therapy, transcutaneous electrical neuromuscular stimulation and massage therapy, a large “gym area” for stabilization and strengthening exercises, a wet area with underwater dog treadmills and a gait analysis room.
Our surgeons work closely with the canine rehabilitation team so your pet has the best opportunity for an optimal outcome after their surgery. Your pet's post-operative rehabilitation plan will be individualized to their needs and include a variety of therapeutic modalities, massage and exercises to assist them in their recovery.
To learn more about Canine Rehabilitation and Arthritis Center visit www.caninerehabarthritis.com
or call 719-264-6673. Their team looks forward to working with you discussing any of your questions about canine rehabilitation services.
Schedule an Appointment
Call 719-264-6666 or
Click to request your pet's appointment online!
Our staff looks forward to working with you to schedule an evaluation with our doctors to determine if your dog has an orthopedic condition or to discuss surgical options for your pet.
Call: (719) 264-6666
Hours: Mon. - Fri., 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Sat., 7:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.
"The Times They Are A Changin" by Dr. Michael Bauer
I’m sure this old Bob Dylan song/saying applies to many things, but I know it also applies to how much we care for our pets and how we have come to recognize the importance of the human-animal bond.
A veterinary specialist is someone who completes three to four years of additional training, usually in the form of an internship and residency programs, after graduating from veterinary school.
Following the advanced training, credentials must be submitted to the specific group in question, i.e. American...
In previous decades general veterinarians performed all types of surgical procedures from orthopedics to ophthalmology. Today, veterinary specialists are available in virtually all disciplines including canine orthopedics. Of course this has been the norm in human medicine and surgery for some time and veterinary medicine...