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The Adventures Of Quincey

Robin has been a longtime client at Yorkshire Veterinary Hospital. Her beloved dog Guiness passed away, and she found herself recovering from a great loss and without a pet. Guiness was her very special canine companion, and she wasn’t quite prepared to adopt another dog. She began to entertain the idea of getting a cat. Robin understood […]


Safety Tips For Pets During The Holidays

The holidays are upon us! Holiday leftovers fill up the fridge and turkey carcasses end up in the trash. Chocolate candy and baked goods are bountiful.  Mistletoe, poinsettias, and holly decorate the house. It’s that special time of year when we celebrate with family and friends feasting on traditional holiday meals.  For many of us, […]


A Big Thank You to Our Families

Yorkshire Veterinary Hospital is so fortunate to have such an incredible staff. They work long hours without complaint, take pride in their jobs by adhering to the highest quality of medicine, endure high pressure and emergency situations, and most of all, have an unconditional love for animals. We are so lucky to work with such […]


Animals and Art

Yorkshire Veterinary Hospital is so proud to have such a wonderful staff. We have two veterinary assistants, Courtney and Ana, who have a special flair for artistry. If there is ever a hospital project that requires creativity, Courtney and Ana are our go to gals!! For the past few years, this dynamic duo began a […]


Bob and Buddy

In the summer of 2002, Bob survived a terrible auto accident and found himself in a wheelchair for over two years. It is uncanny how animals seem to find us when we need them the most. As Bob recovered from his accident, a stray cat arrived in his neighborhood. This friendly feline was known as […]


Support Mello Memories

A few times a year, we like to feature a story about one of our amazing staff members. Kim has been a loyal employee here at Yorkshire Veterinary Hospital for almost eleven years. She is our Head Technician and oversees all of the medical procedures in the back. Kim is a very special person. Not […]


“Lady” Sanger – The Survivor

It is stories like this that remind us of why we work in the veterinary field. Lady Sanger, a 12-year old, female, Golden Retriever, belonging to Merritt and Jean Sanger is one special girl. She is affectionate, sweet and very intelligent. Her vocabulary includes the understanding of approximately 250 words and hand commands. She comprehends […]


The Miracles of Laser Technology

In addition to traditional scalpel surgery, Yorkshire Veterinary Hospital offers the CO2 laser as a surgical option for your pet. Our practice has made this important investment in order to offer our clients and patients the best possible healthcare options. The CO2 laser can perform an array of surgical procedures. Some of these procedures include […]


A Second Chance for Kenai

Kenai was found abandoned behind Petco on North Nevada in Colorado Springs. When he arrived at the Humane Society, he was considered vicious and aggressive. He was placed in the court hold ward for dogs that were basically considered not adoptable and was destined for euthanasia. Emma, an employee at the Humane Society, began to […]

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