Palmer Lake Veterinary Hospital moves to updated facility


New location with state-of-the-art fixtures is designed for efficient workflow

Photo courtesy of Palmer Lake Veterinary Hospital.

Photo courtesy of Palmer Lake Veterinary Hospital.

Palmer Lake Veterinary Hospital recently moved from its old location to a new, 7,100-square-foot veterinary hospital in Monument, Colorado.

According to a company release,1 the state-of-the-art facility features 6 exam rooms, a spacious lobby, a standalone surgical suite, outdoor turf area, office and break room spaces, a large treatment area, and a standalone dental suite. Their surgical suite includes a hydraulic surgery table, new surgery lights, plumbed oxygen, and a modern anesthesia machine. The dental suite has 2 new wet tables to meet patient needs. Plus, they have an ultrasound machine and digital x-ray for accurate diagnosis and to provide the best care.

Palmer Lake medical director, Amanda Whited, DVM, commented, in the release, "We can now offer even better care to our patients in a peaceful environment, allowing for earlier diagnoses, faster healing and a top-quality experience for pet and patient alike."

Currently, Palmer Lake Veterinary Hospital has 1,675 clients and about 2,600 pets in Monument and adjacent areas. Their offerings include preventative wellness care, vaccines, surgical procedures, dental care, microchipping, and beyond. The team services dogs and cats of all ages and makes personalized plans for all patients.

Along with working with the latest equipment, the team of 10 has a mission of being a "high-tech/high-touch" clinic, serving patients in a warm, friendly, reassuring, and professional environment.

New clients can receive $10 off their first visit.


Palmer Lake Veterinary Hospital moves to state-of-the-art facility. News release. Palmer Lake Veterinary Hospital. January 18, 2023. Accessed January 20, 2023.

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