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Your Veterinarian in Durango, CO
Call us at 970-247-3174
February is National Pet Dental Health Month. Schedule your pets dental cleaning through March and receive $25.00 off your pets dental cleaning.
Durango Animal Hospital is a small animal and exotic pet practice specializing in general medicine. We offer complete surgery, dentistry, ultrasound, in-house lab, international health certificates, and canine rehabilitation featuring an underwater treadmill. We also provide services for the Durango Wildlife rehabilitation center.
At Durango Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Douglas Eckert, Dr. Charles Hawman,
Dr. Meghan McCaw and Dr. Catherine Rottinghaus
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