A New Standard

of patient care for dogs and cats.

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A New Standard

of patient care for dogs and cats.

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Dogs

When you bring your best friend to Alpine Animal Hospital for veterinary services, you know you’ll be working with trained professionals who love and care about animals every bit as much as you do.
Dogs have different care needs at different ages.
Puppies (0-6 Months)
  • Wellness Exam
  • Review and advice on food and nutrition
  • Initial Vaccinations
  • Examination and Treatment for Parasites
  • Insights for Proper Training
  • Spay/Neuter for Population Control
You’ll ensure your pet the best start in life with complete early age care.
Proper Veterinary Care during your puppies first few months of life is critical to ensure happy, healthy development and will give both of you long lasting benefits in the years to come. With a complete physical exam our veterinarians can provide advice with disease prevention, house training, and behavioral development.
Puppy vaccinations should start at 8 weeks of age.
Adult Dogs (6 Months – 7 Years)
  • Wellness Exams
  • Vaccinations
  • Parasite Control
  • Dental Care
  • Exercise and Weight Management
  • Food and Nutrition Counseling
  • General Health Care
  • Emergency Services for Illness or Injuries including emergency surgery
Throughout his growth and adult years your dog needs:
  • Regular Check Ups to prevent and catch disease
  • Parasite Prevention
  • Dental Check Ups and Cleanings
  • Proper Nutrition
Make sure your best friend stays happy and healthy. Alpine Animal Hospital can take care of all your pet’s needs during some of the greatest years of pet ownership.
Mature Dogs (Over 7 Years)
  • Wellness Exams
  • Vaccinations
  • Parasite Control
  • Food and Nutrition adjustments
  • Dental Care
  • Arthritis Treatment
  • Pain Management
We can help with many common problems including:
  • Kidney Disease
  • Arthritis
  • Heart Disease
  • Cancer
As your dog ages, just like a person, his health care needs change and become more urgent. Arthritis, heart disease, dental disease, reduced ability to fight infections, and an increase in “potty accidents” are all common issues as pets reach the final years of their life. At Alpine, we love and respect our aging clients, and will help you bring comfort and peace to your pet no matter what their challenges in old age may be.

Cats

The contented purring and playful nature of cats have made them a favorite pet for hundreds, even thousands of years. But veterinary visits can be stressful for them and you. When you bring your cat to
Alpine, you know you’ll receive the very highest standards of veterinary care in a feline friendly environment.
Call the professionals at Alpine Animal Hospital for advice and tips to reduce anxiety associated with your cat’s visit.
Basic Care Needs Include:
  • Wellness Exam
  • Review and advice on food and nutrition
  • Vaccinations
  • Examination and Treatment for Parasites
  • Dental Exams and Cleanings
  • Insights for Proper Training
  • Spay/Neuter
Kittens (0-6 Months)
  • Wellness Exam
  • Review and advice on food and nutrition
  • Vaccinations
  • Examination and Treatment for Parasites
  • Insights for Proper Training
  • Spay/Neuter
Adult Cats (6 Months - 7 Years)
  • Wellness Exam
  • Vaccinations
  • Parasite Control
  • Dental Care
  • Exercise
  • Food and Nutrition Management
  • General Health Care
  • Emergency Services for Illness or Injuries including emergency surgery
Although adult cats may appear generally healthy, regular checkups are essential to make sure your beloved pet stays healthy. Because cats are experts at hiding problems, many diseases may take months or even years to show signs and reveal themselves to you. Our goal is to make sure your cat does not suffer unnecessarily from these hidden problems.
Mature Cats (Over 7 Years)
  • Wellness Exams
  • Vaccinations
  • Parasite Control
  • Changing Food and Nutrition Needs
  • Dental Care
  • Arthritis and Pain Management
  • Pharmacy Services
  • Emergency Care
As your cat ages, new health challenges emerge including mobility issues like arthritis and other joint pain, changing nutritional and exercise needs, and even changes in bladder and bowel control. With Alpine Animal Hospital you have a caring partner at your side for your cat’s entire lifetime. Call us with any of your questions or concerns. We’re here to help.

Spay & Neuter

Having your pet spayed or neutered is very important for its overall health, for protecting your home from “marking” and other sexual behaviors, and for controlling the population of unwanted pets.
Call us at 208 237-1111 for more information.
Alpine Animal Hospital makes spay and neuter and easy, affordable procedure for you and your pet.

Dental

Good pet dentistry and dental care for pets is a year round challenge. Call 237-1111 today to book your appointment. Your pet’s dental health is a very important, and a very common source of problems.
Fortunately, its also easy to take care of, with professional, affordable pet dentistry from the veterinary team at Alpine Animal Hospital.
Our trained staff performs professional exams, cleanings and dental health restoration procedures for dogs, cats, horses and other select species.
When animal’s dental health deteriorates, lesions in the mouth and gums can become pathways for bacteria to enter the body. Dental problems can lead to infections affecting your pet’s heart, liver and kidneys.
We encourage you to practice good dental health for your pet year round, and come in for professional treatment annually at Alpine.
Here’s some more great info from the American Veterinary Medical Association

Boarding

You can trust your pets with safe, high quality boarding at Alpine Animal Hospital. We provide:
  • Separate rooms for small dogs and cats
  • Kennels cleaned twice daily, or more if needed
  • Your dogs are walked a minimum of four times per day for at least 10 minutes each time
  • Cats spend time out of their kennel in our exercise room
  • Food is included in daily boarding price unless your pet is on a special diet
  • Clean, comfortable, quality bedding is provided
  • Animals on medication are under professional supervision to ensure pets receive their medications
  • We accommodate for special dietary needs
Our staff will care for your pet in a caring and professional fashion. Advance registration is recommended as our facility fills up quickly, especially during holiday seasons. Come by for a tour so you can meet our staff and see our facilities.
Our commitment to you and your pet is to provide the highest quality care and affection when you need boarding care. Alpine offers first class pet kennels, treatment and boarding facilities, and professional care if your pet takes medication. Enjoy peace of mind knowing your beloved pet is with their regular vet in case anything goes wrong while you’re away.
Our dedicated, professional kennel staff is outstanding. Please come visit for a tour today. We offer extensive facilities including runs for large dogs. Stainless steel kennels for dogs under 30 pounds.

Small Animal Care

The caring and friendly staff of Alpine Animal Hospital takes an interest in not only educating you about the health and well-being of your pet, but we want to help you take care of them by providing reliable, up-to-date information. Our purpose is to honor the bond between you and your animals – whether that animal is a member of the family, working companion, or your livelihood. Our compassionate and knowledgeable health care team accomplishes this by partnering with you to deliver cutting edge medicine and surgery. Together, we strive to create a healthy, happy, and productive life for your pet.

General Surgery

Alpine Animal Hospital’s doctors and staff are well equipped for almost any surgical procedure. We offer spays and neuters for the newest members of the family, as well as mass removals, exploratory surgery, and other advanced soft tissue procedures.

All our surgical patients are monitored by comprehensive monitoring machines, and while today’s technology advances, this technology will never take the place of a well-trained technician or assistant at your patient’s side during surgery. We do not perform anesthetic procedures without the watchful eye of highly trained staff.

Dentistry

At Alpine Animal Hospital we take your pet’s dental hygiene seriously since advanced periodontal disease can lead to more serious problems that could eventually affect the heart, liver and kidneys. It has been said that human dentistry is responsible for adding another decade to our life span. We adamantly believe that we can have a relative effect on our four-legged companions. At Alpine Animal Hospital all our patients get full mouth radiographs. This tool allows us to identify more disease below the gum line that we couldn’t see before.

Exotics

Alpine Animal Hospital wants to see them all, great and small. Not only do we treat traditional companion animals, we also see exotics. So when you bring home a scaly, slimy, or feathered friend, bring them to us for any needs you might encounter. Our doctors have taken a special interest in treating many different species, and are there to help whether you encounter injury or illness, dietary issues, grooming needs, or to help with basic husbandry.