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Compassionate Veterinary Care in Boulder and Beyond
At Rocky Mountain Veterinary Cardiology, our board-certified cardiologists go above and beyond to ensure your pets get the quality care they deserve.
Comprehensive Cardiac Care For Your Pet
Our team offers advanced diagnostics, performs complex procedures, and can offer 24/7 monitoring if your pet requires hospitalization.
Welcome to Rocky Mountain Veterinary Cardiology
At Rocky Mountain Veterinary Cardiology, our board-certified cardiologists offer comprehensive cardiac veterinary services for cats and dogs in Boulder, Denver, Broomfield, Westminster, Arvada, Basalt and the surrounding areas.
Our highly skilled veterinarian team focuses on maintaining the heart health of your furry companion through our advanced diagnostics and ability to perform complex, potentially life-saving, procedures.
We approach everything we do from the heart and have developed a reputation over the years for quality, professional care with a compassionate touch. Patients are always handled gently, and we demonstrate patience and empathy in all relationships.
Whether you are bringing your pet in to see us for the first time, or have been counting on our veterinary team for years, we will treat your animal as if it was our own.
Our board-certified veterinary cardiologists diagnose and treat cardiovascular (heart and blood vessel) diseases in cats and dogs at our Denver and Boulder animal hospitals.
Our highly-skilled Rocky Mountain Veterinary Cardiology specialists perform complex cardiological procedures at our Denver and Boulder veterinary hospitals.
Should hospitalization be needed, your furry companion will receive 24/7 monitoring and supportive care by our compassionate Denver and Boulder vet teams.
Just like cardiologists who treat human hearts, veterinary cardiologists have advanced expertise in treating the heart and circulatory system in animals.
To become a board-certified veterinary cardiologist a veterinarian usually completes a one-year internship followed by extensive specialized training in an approved residency training program (usually 3-5 years).
Our Rocky Mountain Veterinary Cardiology vets combine their expertise with compassion to ensure your pet always receives the best care.
They are so caring and you can tell how much they love animals! My Pom, Zuko, has CHF and they are always so sweet to him and gentle while he gets his echocardiogram. The prices are also very reasonable!
Tips & Advice From Our Team
If you're looking for detailed information on heart conditions in pets or for ways to help your pet's heart health, our informative blogs feature helpful tips and advice from our Rocky Mountain Veterinary Cardiology vets that will help you to keep your pets healthy and happy.
Arrhythmia in dogs is not uncommon. Many dogs can live perfectly happy, healthy lives but unfortunately that is not always the case. An arrhythmia in your dog could be a sign of an underlying condition. Our Rocky Mountain Veterinary Cardiology vets will provide you with information on arrhythmia, what to look out for and what treatment can be done.