If you need veterinary care for your pet, you’ve come to the right place. At Garden Valley, we offer a variety of animal services to keep your favorite four-legged friends happy and healthy. We proudly serve those in Windsor and beyond.
We’ve received accreditation from the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA), making us a great choice for all your pet needs. We have both a boarding facility and a full-service animal hospital on our grounds. Whether your pet needs a routine checkup, short-term boarding, or even emergency surgery, come to us at Garden Valley.
We’re led by associate veterinarian Dr. Kathryn Touran and practice owner Dr. Roni Kloer.
Dr. Touran joined our Garden Valley team in 2010. Before that, she earned a Bachelor’s in Zoology at the University of Washington in Seattle and then her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the Colorado State University-College of Veterinary Medicine and Biological Sciences.
As a specialist in preventative pain therapy, emergency medicine, internal medicine, orthopedic surgery, soft tissue surgery, and pet dentistry, Dr. Touran is an incredibly valuable member of the team.
Dr. Kloer is now the practice owner, although she joined us in 2013. She earned her education at Colorado State University, first obtaining a biology undergraduate degree and later a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. Staying near Denver, she completed a VCA Alameda East Veterinary Hospital internship, where Dr. Kloer learned more about animal cardiology, oncology, critical care, surgery, and internal medicine.
She’s a specialist in pet acupuncture, pain management, feline medicine, geriatric care, wellness care, and emergency medicine.
We proudly offer a range of services at Garden Valley, making us the go-to vet for pet owners in Windsor and beyond. Our services include:
We are not just dogs and cat specialtists, Garden Valley Veterinary Hospital also welcomes ferrets, birds, reptiles, pocket pets, and rabbits.
Are you a first-time patient or a new pet owner? We’re here to work with you as you navigate what’s required to raise a happy, healthy pet. On our website, you can find links to great resources like the American Kennel Club or the Association of American Veterinary Medical College, where you can read up on all you need to know about cats, dogs, and other pets.
You can also take a virtual office tour ahead of your appointment, getting a feel for our facilities.
If you’re worried about payment, don’t be. At Garden Valley, we want to make payments convenient for you. You can pay by cash, check, credit card (including American Express, Discover, Mastercard, and Visa), and debit card.
You may also want to consider registering through our CareCredit program. This can cover sudden expenses like pet injury or illness. Under this program, you don’t have to worry about an annual fee and you get six months of interest-free payments. Your total sum will be reduced into smaller payments over six months. It only takes a couple of minutes to be approved.
If you’d like to learn more about our services or schedule an appointment today, give us a call at 970-674-5105. You can also visit us at Garden Valley Veterinary Hospital on 32450 State Highway 257 #A.
This is a quality veterinary hospital and boarding facility. It is nice to board at a relatively small facility where the staff actually get to know your pets.
- Brian G. / Windsor, CO
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