Managing complex diseases and illnesses is our specialty. From diabetes to blood disorders and gastrointestinal issues, we’ll find the root cause so it can be effectively treated.
With the only MRI for pets in southern Colorado, we’re uniquely equipped to handle any neurology patient.
Restoring Mobility and Enhancing Recovery
Arthritis pain, injury, post-surgery, weight management? We’re home to the region’s most comprehensive veterinary rehabilitation facility, and you can trust our team to help your pet live as comfortably as possible.
Helping Pets Heal
Let the advanced techniques and expert training of our surgery team help your pet.
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Open 24/7 for emergency
and critical care.
No appointment needed.
Powers Pet Emergency and Specialty:
On the leading edge
To give pets access to today’s most advanced veterinary care, we make continued investments in top people and leading technology. Notably:
- The region’s only board-certified Neurologist is a member of our team
- Ours is the only MRI in southern Colorado that’s strictly for pets
- We offer the only Radioiodine (I-131) treatment capabilities south of the Denver metro area for cats with thyroid disease
- Ours is the largest and most comprehensive veterinary rehabilitation facility in the region
As an American Animal Hospital Association-accredited practice, Powers Pet Emergency and Specialty has met rigorous national standards for top-quality care—which means you can trust us to provide the best-possible care for your pet, day or night.
This is an entirely voluntary accreditation, one that we undertook because we hold ourselves to a higher standard. We believe it’s what your pet deserves. Only 15% of practices in North America are AAHA-Accredited.
“They help with the diagnosis. Accurate history-taking and thorough physical examinations are pivotal to excellence in medical care.”
Rainier Ko, DVM, MS
Diplomate ACVS – SA, Diplomate ACVIM (Neurology)
“I truly believe Anatole France when he said, “Until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul remains unawakened.”
Lee Wilwerding, DVM
“...using hands-on therapy and adapting an exercise plan that works for your family. I love the bond that I create with my patients and those that care for them.”