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Welcome To Pikes Peak
Veterinary Clinic 

PPVC is a full-service veterinary medical facility, located in Colorado Springs, CO. Our friendly and professional staff seeks to provide the best possible medical, surgical and dental care for dogs, cats, rabbits, other small animals and reptiles.




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Pikes Peak Vet partners with Vets' First Choice to provide your ONLINE Ordering Needs.

We believe this format provides easier access to all of your pets' needs: prescriptions, food and more. 


Auto-ship provides extra discounts plus delivery right to your door! We cannot ship to non-clients or addresses outside Colorado.



Pikes Peak Vet has been voluntarily evaluated on approximately 900 standards of care by the American Animal Hospital Association because we care about your best friends and want to provide the highest level of care.



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As you probably already realize,

Dr. Melanie Marsden tirelessly works for better knowledge and resources for our pets and the industry as a whole.


Currently she serves on the Board of Directors for the American Veterinary Medical Association. This means time spent at meetings and on the phone debating the pros and cons of everything from legislation to strategic planning for the veterinary field. Her innovative stance and ability to see many sides of issues, as well as a desire to help people work Dr. Marsdentogether, makes her a grand addition to this organization. 


To read more about Dr. Marsden's background that brought her to this place, click here

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  • 09/18/17

    KING, N.C. (September 6, 2017) — As Texas residents cope with devastating flooding, many people in other parts of the country will ask themselves, “What would I do if I needed to evacuate my home?” This September is National Preparedness Month, and Pet Sitters International (PSI), the world’s leading educational organization for professional pet sitters, urges pet owners to prepare for disaster and to remember that “no pet left behind” is the best policy to avoid potential injury and death.

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  • 05/04/17

    The veterinary clinical research community has embraced the the AVMA Animal Health Studies Database (AAHSD). It currently has 145 published studies and is continuing to add new ones daily.

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