Clearview Animal Hospital

3930 S. Hancock Expy
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80911


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Clearview Animal Hospital serves the Colorado Springs, CO area as a general veterinary practice who provides care for dogs and cats only. Our unwavering commitment is to deliver exceptional care and service to both our furry patients and their devoted human companions.

We offer skilled and compassionate animal medicine, surgery, and dentistry for dogs and cats, our staff and doctors are available for your routine and urgent pet health care needs Monday to Saturday. We provide personal attention to the unique concerns of each individual pet owner.

Our Veterinary Services Include:

  • Wellness and Sick Exams by Appointment Only
  • *NEW* Day Admission Appointments for Established Clients, and Work-in Appointments for New Clients (A payment on account is required for new clients).
  • Diagnostic Testing and Imaging
  • Preventative Medicine
  • Dentistry and Surgery


Serving Security-Widefield since 1979.

Established more than thirty years ago, Clearview Animal Hospital continues to provide caring and personalized veterinary services for our neighbors near and far.

Conveniently located just south of Milton Proby Parkway, we are easy to reach from Security-Widefield, Fountain, and southern and eastern Colorado Springs. We offer a wide range of services.

Please contact us at (719) 392-3495 for all your pet health care needs. Accepting new patients!

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Our Mission is to help pets live longer, healthier lives. We hope to see you and your pets soon!


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