Our team for your Best Furry Friends.

What are Wellness Plans?
We offer Wellness Plans at Amigo Animal Clinic. They cover the preventative care your pet needs at a discounted rate. We have puppy/kitten plans, adult plans and senior plans. For more information contact our team.
Why is my veterinarian referring my pet to a specialist?
Our top priority is to make sure that our patients receive the highest standard of care and the best possible outcome. This is why we sometimes refer your pet to a specialist.
Can I call and have copies of my pet’s vaccine records sent to a groomer or boarding facility?
We’d be happy to send proof of vaccinations anywhere. Just let us know where and we can email them.
Do you perform at-home euthanasia?
Yes, we can come to your home. Call us at 970-245-0210 to schedule an appointment at your convenience
What precautions are taken so my pet doesn’t feel pain related to their illness or treatments?
Your pet is in the best hands at Amigo Animal Clinic. Our expert staff always goes the extra mile to ensure your pet’s pain is managed and relieved. Find out more about the measures we take to make sure your pet is comfortable at all times by visiting our services page.
I’m worried about my pet’s upcoming surgical procedure. What do you do to help ensure your patients’ safety during surgery?
We do everything we can to keep your pet’s pain under control. We perform physical exams, testings and monitoring before, during and after their surgery takes place.
What do I do in case of an Emergency?
Call us immediately at 970-245-0210. Our normal hours of operation are Monday – Friday: 7:30 AM – 5:30 PM, Saturday: 8 AM – 5 PM and Closed on Sunday. If we are closed and you have a small animal, like a dog, cat or rabbit, with an emergency please contact the Veterinary Emergency Center at 970-255-1911. They are located at 1660 North Ave, Grand Junction, CO 81501 across from Lincoln Park.

If you have a large animal, like a horse or farm animal, please call us at 970-245-0210 and follow the prompts to leave a message for the on-call veterinarian.

Veterinary Health Care

Which pet food should I feed my dog?
Each pet has individual dietary needs. Science Diet/Hill’s, Royal Canin and Iams are some of our recommended brands. Ask your veterinarian which diet is right for your pet.
My pet has been diagnosed with a medical condition I’m not familiar with; where do I find more information about it?
One of our veterinarians would be more than happy to discuss the medical condition of your pet. If you wish to conduct further research, many veterinary colleges and professional organizations offer plentiful information regarding your pet’s diagnosis.
What is a veterinary technician or veterinary assistant?
Veterinary assistants assist veterinarians with pet exams. They hold your pet so the doctors can perform their exam, they can run lab work, take x-rays, prep rooms and help with medical record keeping.

Veterinary technicians serve as a nurse for your pet. They can perform all the duties that a veterinary assistant can but they also assist the veterinarian with treating patients, administering medications, surgeries, dental cleanings, and other procedures.

Why does my pet need dental care?
Dental disease is the number one problem in dogs and cats. Although we don’t expect your pets mouth to smell minty fresh neither should it be foul smelling. Foul smelling breath and discolored teeth are signs of dental disease. Not only are these conditions unsightly they are also very painful and can cause heart disease, respiratory disease and affect other organs as well. With each exam your pet will receive a comprehensive oral exam and you will receive qualified treatment advice on how best to keep their mouth healthy and pain free well into their golden years. Our professional teeth cleaning performed under general anesthesia include full mouth x-rays, complete cleaning and polishing, and a full oral exam. Appropriate treatments are performed only after we have your approval.

Click here to read from start to end what your pet receives when they come in for a dental cleaning at Amigo Animal Clinic.

Why should I bring my pet in for regular veterinary visits when they’re healthy?
Annual physicals for humans are important even though we may feel healthy. Why should pets be any different? Regular examinations ensure your pet is up to the healthiest standards. For some perspective, the cost of exams are far less expensive than surgeries and medications your pet could potentially need.
What can I expect from my pet’s wellness exam?
We take the time to get to know your pet during their wellness exam. One of our team members will review their past medical history and perform a thorough physical examination to ensure they are living a healthy life.
What vaccinations does my pet really need?
During a physical examination, our veterinarians will determine which vaccinations your pet needs. We provide vaccinations so your pet not only remains healthy but is protected against harmful diseases.
What types of payment plans do you offer?
We offer CareCredit – A lenient form of credit dedicated to veterinary services. Applications are processed immediately online. To apply for Care Credit please click here.

We also accept the following forms of payment:
• Cash
• Debit and Credit cards- Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express
• Checks- these are processed electronically to ensure funds are available at the time of service. Please bring your driver’s license to process your check.

Post dated checks will not be accepted.

Borrow from family or friends- often times family members or friends are willing to help you when you are in a bind. We can accept cash and credit cards from them as well.

• For elective procedures we recommend saving up the money until you can afford the procedure in full. You may build a credit on your account before the procedure.

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