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  • Pittie Party
    It's a Pittie Party! #‎foxhollowvet #‎pittieparty Read more
  • Did You Know...
    Did you know Guinea Pigs "purr" when they are happy (it actually sounds more like a chirp)? And did you know that we all stopped working and stood around and Read more
  • Little Dog Day!
    We have a Little Dog theme in our dental cleanings today! Meet Jules, Serendipity, Ferguson, and Sparky (and of course their lovely handlers Jill, Megan, Becki, and Kelli)! #‎foxhollowvet #‎littledoglove Read more
  • Battery Powered Puppies
    Dr. Ross spent ten minutes convincing our staff that Bernard and Gypsy were, in fact, battery powered stuffed animals... The puppy breath gave it away in the end. #‎foxhollowvet #‎puppylove Read more
  • Leap Day!
    Happy Leap Day! Hope you're enjoying your extra day as much as this guy! #‎foxhollowvet #‎leapday Read more
  • Retired Racer LuLu
    LuLu has left her life on the racing track and is ready for life in a HOME! She's a three year old sweetheart of a Greyhound and after today she Read more
  • "Doug The File Stealer"
    "Doug The File Stealer" - officially renamed by Dr. Ross. We are thinking of hiring him to transport files around the office! #foxhollowvet #goldenretriever Read more
  • Another Future Dr. Henderson!
    It's looks like Dr. Tony might have another future Veterinarian in the family... his granddaughter, Presley, wants to be just like her grandpa and uncles! #‎foxhollowvet Read more
  • Why Does My Dog Smile?
    Why Do Dogs Smile?The submissive grin is a tactic dogs use to shut off aggression from another individual, either human or canine. This behavior is commonly seen in greeting situations where Read more
  • Madelyn
    Meet Madelyn! This beautiful Lab/Pointer is available through The Rocky Mountain Lab Rescue! We got her spayed and up to date on vaccinations, and once her bum foot is healed Read more
  • Milo
    Is it just us or does Milo appear to be smiling this morning? smile emoticon Even though he is seriously adorable, we don't want him to reproduce and further the homeless pet Read more
  • We Need Blankets!
    Sweet Charlie is so lucky to have this nice fluffy blanket to lay on... BUT, we are running low on them! If you have any big old blankets we would Read more
  • Mini Lop
    Little Gus came in for his nail trim and then stayed afterward for a little tummy rubbing! We love when our patients are extra comfortable! #foxhollowvet#bunnylove #minilop Read more
  • Dr. Tony on Fox31!
    Did you catch Dr. Tony on Fox31 News last night? We are so happy that our patient, Cocoa, is doing well, but this is a great lesson to people on Read more
  • Multi-vitamins are NOT for puppies!
    Little Rocco got into trouble this week when he decided to eat an entire bottle of human vitamins. Although he wanted to get big and strong, little did he know Read more
  • Heartworm Public Service Announcement!
    Kirby from Rocky Mountain Cocker Rescue is here with a public service announcement: A once monthly chewy tablet for heartworm prevention is MUCH more fun than the long and harsh treatment of Read more

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Fox Hollow Animal Hospital

Monday:

7:30 am-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:30 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:30 am-7:00 pm

Thursday:

7:30 am-7:00 pm

Friday:

7:30 am-7:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-2:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonial

  • "Great experience. For me, the most important thing was low stress. I had a new, large dog that needed to be neutered. I was able to make the appointment online, receive confirmation and drop him off at the appointed time without any delay. The procedure went well and I was able to pick him up when I got off work. Again, stress free and quick."
    Ronda F. Lakewood, CO
  • ""Fox Hollow Animal Hospital has the nicest staff! They treat my little Ringo like their own. The doctor was great! Right off the bat he hugged and loved on my little boy! I feel so comfortable taking my dog to Fox Hollow! Thank you!""
    Laura Carpenter
  • ""All of the office staff and veterinarians have always been kind and professional, especially during difficult visits.""
    Lindsay May