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  • Moose
    All the feels #foxhollowvet Read more
  • Ella
    Even the 140 pound patients need a good hug after a blood draw... or maybe it’s the Technician that needs some Irish Wolfhound love... #foxhollowvet Read more
  • Ron
    Meet Ron! This unique guy was born without eyelids and had a surgical procedure called “lip to lid” where the lip tissue is used to replace the missing eyelids. Today Read more
  • Callie
    Introducing proud mama, Callie! This sweet girl worked hard all day delivering four perfect puppies after Dr Tim administered Oxytocin. She is a great mom already!   #foxhollowvet Read more
  • Bella and Wrigley
    Two guilty dogs right here! Bella the Bulldog decided to eat a remote control, and Wrigley the Bernese thought he’d try both a dress sock and an ankle sock. Luckily, Read more
  • Dr Barrington!
    Dr. Barrington is here seeing patients - and slobbering on them - call to make an appointment! (We like having fun at work) #foxhollowvet Read more
  • Ruff & Tuff
    Meet Ruff and Tuff! These two brothers are on the lookout for their forever homes after their visit today! Apply with OutPaws Rescue! #foxhollowvet Read more
  • Part of the job!
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  • Fraser
    Fraser! If you ask us, the Cavalier/Bichon mix was a pretty great idea! #foxhollowvet Read more
  • Neeps
    Can you name this breed? Neeps is not only handsome, but also has the most loving personality. He is a staff favorite! #foxhollowvet Read more
  • Wiley
    He wears his heart on his...nose! Read more
  • Puppy Monday
    Puppy Day! Great way to start the week!#foxhollowvet Read more
  • Louie James
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  • Mani the Leopard Gecko
    Mani, the Leopard Gecko, came in today after her observant mom noticed something stuck in her mouth. After being briefly anesthetized, Dr Ross was able to remove the offending splinter! Read more
  • Greg's House
    Gregory has been with us for 12 years now (he is about 18 years old), and it has been decided that a proper house is in order for him. It’s Read more
  • Porcupines = Ouch!
    Dr Ross removed a broken porcupine quill from Stella's mouth using a numbing agent and an extra dose of love. She did great and will feel so much better without Read more


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  • "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