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  • Pig Pen...
    Our clinic has gone to the hogs! This little Pig is "Bentley" and he came in to have Dr. Tony resolve some of his digestive issues. He definitely stole the Read more
  • Our Sad Mascot
    Alright friends and family- we need some serious thoughts and prayers for our beloved Barrington. He had to have abdominal surgery yesterday after he ingested something he shouldn't have and Read more
  • We Love Your Positive Feedback
    We can't tell you how much we love hearing good feedback from our clients! Thank you Brittany and Rocky!"One year ago today Rocky got caught on a barbed wire fence Read more
  • Boo!
    BOO! No really, this little gal is 10 week old "Boo"! She came in for a complimentary puppy visit and wore her most festive attire- needless to say she got Read more
  • Ho Ho Ho!
     "He sees you when you're eating... He knows when you've got snacks..."  Read more
  • Alaskan Klee Kai
    How adorable is 4 month old Kenai? This beauty is an Alaskan Klee Kai which is a smaller version of the Alaskan Husky. Unlike Huskies they only grow to about Read more
  • Meet Paige!
    Have you all met our new Client Service Representative Paige? Paige moved here from Minnesota in October after graduating from Bethany Lutheran College with her Bachelor of Arts degree in Read more
  • Pug Love
    It goes without saying that Doug and Charlie really stole the show this morning! These two are double the trouble and double the fun! Read more
  • Frank the Tank
    WARNING: CUTEST PUPPY EVER ALERT! This is Frank, a 3 month old Catahoula Leopard Dog that is here today getting neutered. We wish this picture accurately displayed even 1/2 of Read more
  • A Well Deserved Christmas Gift
    We finally got Dr. Tony exactly what he's always wanted for Christmas! (It only took 18 years for that parking spot to be officially his!) Read more
  • Bootstraps
    Four month old Bootstraps was more interested in Barrington than he was in a photo shoot apparently! He's got that inquisitive Frenchie attitude already! Read more
  • Frenchie Invasion!
    We are having a French Bulldog invasion over here- and couldn't be happier about it! World, meet Oliver and his adorable round Frenchie belly!  Read more
  • We Need to Come Clean...
    We're going to just come clean and say it... We love taking pictures with our patients. If taking pictures kissing puppies and holding hairless cats is wrong, then we don't Read more
  • Jake Needs a Home!
    How handsome is Jake?! This studly 8 month old Shepherd is here today being neutered before he goes to an adoptive family, and honestly, we can't believe he doesn't already Read more
  • Dr. Tony's Birthday
    We hate to admit that we dropped the ball and forgot to tell everyone that last Thursday was Dr. Tony's birthday! So Barrington is here with the official announcement: Tony Read more
  • Shar-Pei or Pug?
    Shar-pei or Pug- what's your guess? This is a Pug puppy with a vaccine reaction. If you ever notice any swelling around the head or throat after your pet has 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