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New Building  
Providing extensive small and large animal medical services including: diagnostics, reproductive (small and large animal), dental, preventative medicine, therapeutic, ultrasound, radiography, orthopedics, stem cell therapy, water treadmill,boarding and more.
Surgical services including soft tissue, internal, orthopedic, and laser surgery.  We also provide many other surgical procedures such as elective spays, neuters, mass removal and other cosmetic surgeries.
Six veterinarians with complementary and diverse interests to care for your animals.  Over 85 years of combined experience.  Dr. Carlson was named the Veterinarian of the year in Idaho, 2009!
Our caring staff includes certified veterinary technicians, assistants and a wonderful support staff to assist both you and your animals.  We can also board you pets while you are away from home.
Our hours of operation are Mondays - Fridays 8 am to 5:30 pm and Saturdays 8 am to 12 pm. 

The above picture is our new hospital which is completed on 293 E. Linden Ave. in Chubbuck.  Below is a picture of both our buildings, the small animal building is on the left and the large animal facility is on the right.  Also pictured below is a picture of our lobby and reception counter. 

Both BuildingsReception

Our new clinic is conveniently located on the corner of E. Linden Ave and Burley Ave just a block east of Jiffy Lube and the Mongolian BBQ off of Yellowstone Ave in Chubbuck.  There is an alternate route to our clinic also.  If you are traveling on Chubbuck Road you can turn south onto Burley Ave just across from Geraldine's Bakery and continue south about 1 block.  You will find the clinic on the right hand side of the road.  If you need assistance in finding our new building please do not hesitate to call for directions.


Veterinary Stem Cell Therapy-An Option for Pain Relief for Pets in Southeastern Idaho

Stem Cell Therapy used as an option for pain relief and healing for dogs, cats and horses.  At the Alpine Animal Hospital, we are dedicated to being leaders in the veterinary profession.  We are now excited and proud to offer Stem Cell Therapy (Regenerative Medicine) to our clients as an option for pain relief and healing for pets.

What is Stem Cell Therapy? 

Stem cell and platelets are the body’s natural healing sources.  Regenerative medicine is a revolutionary approach to treating injuries and disease as it helps restore the normal structure and mechanical properties of the original tissue.  This helps us treat the problem, not just the symptoms.  Stem Cell Therapy promotes tissue healing through local secretion of growth factors which recruit stem cells from other tissues to the affected tissue to facilitate repair and healing.  The Stem Cells are not obtained from Embryonic Tissue but from Adipose (fat) tissue from the animal that is being treated.  Stem Cells are highly anti-inflammatory by nature and migrate to areas of inflammation, which substantially reduces pain.

Is my pet a candidate for Stem Cell Therapy?

Your pet may be a candidate for Stem Cell Therapy if they suffer from any of the following conditions:

1.      Chronic Arthritis

2.      Joint Pain

3.      Cartilage damage

4.      Tendon and Ligament Damage

5.      Hip Dysplasia

6.      A chronic illness that has not responded to traditional treatments.  (Kidney, Liver, or Autoimmune diseases, Allergies)

What is involved in Stem Cell Therapy?

Stem Cell Lab Equipment

Stem Cell Therapy can now be performed right here in our hospital.  Your pet comes in for the procedure and is ready to go home that same afternoon.  We give your pet a general anesthesia and make a small incision to obtain some adipose (fat tissue) from either the abdomen or shoulder area.  We suture the incision and recover your pet.  While your pet is resting the tissue sample is then taken to our own laboratory where it is put through a harvesting process so we can obtain the Stem Cells.  This process takes about 2-3 hours.  After the harvest process is complete we lightly sedate your pet if needed and inject these cells directly into the site of injury or disease.  The Stem Cells are also given intravenously so they can travel to all areas of inflammation throughout the body.

Why Stem Cell Therapy?

Stem Cell Therapy can greatly improve your pet’s quality of life.  It is all natural, we are using your own pet’s cells, so there is no risk of rejection and very little risk of injection site reaction.  Stem Cell Therapy can help increase the range of motion in arthritic or injured pets, and also decrease pain and inflammation.  In many cases, owners have been able to stop or reduce the use of anti-inflammatory medications.  Owners generally report improvement in 3 days to 3 weeks and the effects from a single treatment can last for 1 to 3 years. 

If you would like additional information on Stem Cell Therapy, please call us today at 208-237-1111.  You can also visit www.medivet-america.com.


The Alpine Animal Hospital, in Chubbuck, Idaho had a successful clinic launch by conducting a double procedure on Lady, a 13yr old domestic long haired cat suffering from crippling and painful arthritis of the joints and Sadie, a beautiful 9 yr old Border Collie who unfortunately suffers from painful bilateral rupture of the cruciate ligaments and long term inflammation issues.

TWO local news stations covered this double procedure, as well as the Idaho State Journal, please click on the links below: 

 News clip on KPVI-NBC 6  


 ABC News Channel 8   


Check out our "Links" page for more clinic photos. 

Alpine Animal Hospital
293 E Linden
Chubbuck, Idaho 83202