We Treat Your Pets As Though They Are Our Own

Welcome to Fountain Valley Animal Hospital, an AAHA Accredited facility. We have been serving southern Colorado Springs, Fountain, and Security/Widefield since 2007. Fountain Valley is a full-service, small animal veterinary hospital with a full array of diagnostic equipment to quickly assess your pet's needs. We provide outpatient treatment and an extensive pharmacy to get your pet on the road to good health.

Fountain Valley's dedicated staff is trained and ready to deal with any minor or major health issues. Although we are equipped to deal with emergencies and complicated medical cases, we emphasize preventative medicine. Learn more by clicking on About Us.

Track Your Pet's Information

track your pet's information

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Sign up for a Pet Portal account with VetStreet and then log in to track your pet's medical history and viewan extensive pet health library.

Great Grill Summer Giveaway!

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Get your dog tested for heartworm and buy a 12 month supply of prevention or do a Core Health Panel on your cat from April 1st through July 15th, and be entered in a drawing to win a Char Broil 4 burner propane grill. One entry allowed per pet.

You may submit 2 entries if a Wellness Panel is done for dogs or a Senior Panel is done for cats.

Drawing will be held on July 16th, and the winner will be notified by phone. Entry forms can be filled out at reception during check out.

Employees are not eligible.

Golden Retriever Lifetime Study

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The Morris Animal Foundation Golden Retriever Lifetime Study is accepting applications from humans who share their lives with Golden Retrievers. The study looks at how lifestyle, diet, and exercise affect the longevity of this special breed. Applicants are asked to remain in the program for the duration of the dog's life. Benefits include reimbursement for yearly exams, labwork, etc. Please go online at the Morris Animal Foundation to register.

Search under the vet listing and click on our name. The Morris Animal Foundation will then contact us to ensure that your pet qualifies for the study. We look forward to helping your pet live a long, healthy, and happy life.

Our Special Offers and Discounts

our special offers and discounts

New Clients

For new clients we offer $5 off your first visit. See our New Clients page to print out the coupon. This offer is not to be used with other offers or discounts.

Senior & Military Discounts

Seniors: Receive 5% off on examinations and vaccines.

Military: Retired or active, receive 5% off your medical bill.

(Products and over-the-counter items are not covered)

Senior Pet Wellness Package

To help our senior pets remain healthy throughout their lives, we offer a wellness package on exam, X-rays, bloodwork, and urinalysis. Offered to dogs and cats 7 years or more of age.

Rescue Organization Discount

We believe that adopting pets is a great way to save lives and to find a friend for life. Please see us for further details.

Protect Your Pets Against Heartworms

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From April through September, we are offering 5% off on heartworm testing and a 12-month supply of Heartguard Plus (with a coupon for a $12 rebate when the supply is purchased in the hospital).

Heartworm disease is prevalent in Colorado. The larval parasite is transmitted by mosquitoes that then migrate to the heart and pulmonary arteries. Once inside the host, the larvae start to grow, eventually reaching the size of a strand of spaghetti. One mosquito bite can infect your pet with hundreds of larvae. While they grow to adulthood, the worms live in the lung tissue, causing irritation, and the heart struggles as it pumps blood. This leads to heart failure and death. Cats seem to be able to limit the growth of the larvae. However, the larvae do not need to reach adulthood to cause considerable damage to the heart. One heartworm is enough to kill a cat.

Once heartworms are established in dogs, treatment involves a long, expensive course of medication, including multiple injections of Immiticide (an arsenic-based drug) to kill the adult worms. Treatment can be risky, depending on the severity of the disease, and cost upwards of $1000. There is no effective treatment for adult heartworms in cats.

Prevention is inexpensive and painless. Maintaining your pet on a year-round course of Heartguard Plus will help to ensure that your friend does not suffer.

To read more, visit the Heartworm Society