At VRCC Veterinary Specialty and Emergency Hospital, we are closely monitoring the current COVID-19 outbreak and what it means for our companion animals. We will update this page with relevant information as it becomes available, however, we recommend checking trusted government agencies for the latest updates.

VRCC is committed to continuing to provide the highest quality care of services for your pet, and we remain OPEN and will continue to be available for your pet’s specialty care needs, as well as 24/7 emergent needs that may arise. In the interest of all of our clients and staff, the VRCC team requests that any clients who are exhibiting symptoms such as: fever, cough, shortness of breath, or breathing difficulties, refrain from coming into the hospital, or reschedule your appointment for a later time. Our Doctors and staff are always here to answer your questions or concerns regarding your pet at 303-874-PETS.

Click here to read our FAQs sheet on COVID-19.

Click here to read our UPDATED Client Memo for all Emergency clients.

Click here to read about Phase 2.0 for opening our hospital starting June 15th.

Click here to read about Phase 2.5 for opening our hospital further starting July 7th.

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