Primary care veterinarians are welcome to refer patients to Wheat Ridge Animal Hospital for diagnosis and treatment or to obtain a second opinion of a specific medical or surgical problem. We feel it is important to have the patient’s complete medical records including radiographs, blood tests results and ultrasound reports. We, in turn, will communicate our findings to the referring primary care veterinarian so the records can become part of the patient’s permanent medical history. Once the diagnosis and treatment are completed, we will recommend that the pets return to their primary care veterinarians for any further care.
Appointments for our specialty services can be schedules by calling us at 303-424-3325.
Referring Veterinarian Resources:
Patient records can be sent to us at 303-420-8360 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Radiographs can be emailed to us at email@example.com.
Wheat Ridge Animal Hospital is the only 24-hour veterinary blood bank in the Denver metro area. It provides life-saving blood products to hospitals around the country. To order blood products or to learn more about the program, please contact us at 303-424-3325. All orders are shipped Fed-Ex overnight and courier service is available in the Denver metro area.
A veterinary compounding pharmacy combines high quality, active pharmaceutical ingredients to create species-specific formulations, delivery systems and dosages of veterinary medications. Our registered pharmacists work with our specialists, and primary care veterinarians, to determine the dose and the most effective delivery system for the pet; e.g. capsule, flavored chew, suspension, solution, cream, suppository. The compounded drug will be created from the highest quality ingredients to meet each pet’s unique needs.
Physically located outside of Boston, our compounding pharmacy is the only sterile and non-sterile pharmacy dedicated to veterinary-only compounding in New England. We are currently licensed in Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Maine, Massachusetts, New York, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont.
For more information and to submit a prescription, please follow this link.