ALPINE ANIMAL HOSPITAL
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We offer top quality veterinary care for animals small and large.
Highest quality veterinary care is the basis of everything we do.
Alpine Animal Hospital is the largest veterinarian clinic in the Pocatello area, with an advanced, modern facility and the biggest, most experienced team in the region.
We're here to serve all your pet's health needs from routine to highly advanced.
We get you in quickly with a 6 full time veterinarians and an efficient and caring support staff, yet we maintain affordable, competitive prices.
You get the convenience and comfort of the region's largest facility, with a clean, open, modern feel, and plenty of attentive staff and Doctors to make sure you're taken care of without the wait.
You get the peace of mind knowing you're receiving care from the most experienced, deepest team in the area, in the region's finest and best equipped animal hospital.
We'd also say we're the friendliest and most personable vet clinic around, but we'll let you judge that for yourself!
Rena Carlson, DVM
Kim Hemenway, DVM
Heather Joyce, DVM
Steve Haymore, DVM
Seth Lundquist, DVM
Christy Maddock, DVM
Scott Higgins, DVM
From routine medical care, exams and wellness check ups, to dental work, to today's most advanced veterinary surgeries, the veterinarians at Pocatello's Alpine Animal Hospital have the knowledge and experience to diagnose and treat your pet accurately and promptly.
Your pet has many needs from an annual wellness exam to regular dental exams and cleanings, parasite control, vaccinations, treatment of injuries and infections, or perhaps even a major surgery. Our dedicated care team is with you every step of the the way--getting to know you and your pet's health from birth to old age. We are your partners in your pet's good health for life.
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This little canine, Zoe Simpson–a Yorkie–came in for her yearly exam on 6/26/16 weighing in at 9.5 lbs. Zoe was overweight, having a hard time walking and issues with wheezing, panting and reverse sneezing with any activity. Dr. Carlson recommended Science Diet Prescription Diet “Metabolic and Mobility” food. On her yearly exam on Friday 6/23/17, Zoe has Read more about Success Story Zoe[…]
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As your premier Pocatello area Veterinary Hospital, Alpine Animal Hospital is pleased to be the major sponsor of the Pocatello-Chubbuck areas first ever “For Pet’s Sake” Community Pet Celebration. Brought to you by the Idaho State Journal with major sponsorship from Alpine Animal Hospital, the “For Pet’s Sake” Community Pet Event will take Read more about Alpine Animal Hospital Sponsors “For Pet’s Sake” Event[…]
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PROPER DENTAL CARE IS VITAL TO YOUR PET’S HEALTH Regular cleanings and exams maintain your dog or cat’s overall health, mitigate bad breath, prevent unnecessary prolonged pain, and perhaps most importantly, prevent expensive dental problems later. At Alpine Animal Hospital, we’re pleased to offer you 20% off ALL PET DENTAL CARE all through January and Read more about Discount Veterinary Dentisty All January and February 2017[…]
Farmers, Ranchers and Animal Producers: Call 208 237 1111 for fast, expert assistance with new VFD rules from FDA. New federal rules regarding the use of antibiotics for livestock producers and other commercial animal operations are taking effect on January 1, 2017. Alpine is here to help you comply with new antibiotics rules starting January Read more about New Antibiotics VFD Rules Kick In January 1, 2017[…]
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