Ski Town Animal Hospital
We are passionate about our furry four legged clients
Fear Free Certified
Take the fear away from your pet! We offer Fear Free veterinary visits for your pet. We eliminate fear, anxiety, and stress, and create an experience that is better and safer for all involved, including your pets, owners, and veterinary health care teams. Make the Vet a fun place to go!
Dental disease can result in bad breath, painful chewing, and tooth loss. Bacteria under the gums can travel to the heart, kidneys, and liver. A professional dental cleaning is required to remove plaque and tartar from a pet’s teeth and to assess the health of the mouth. Your pet will love you for it!
Annual wellness exams give you a baseline for what is normal for your pet’s health so you can readily see any changes from the previous year. They lengthen your pet’s life expectancy by addressing issues early, before they become more serious, resulting in them being more difficult to treat.
Emergency vet services are a fundamental cornerstone of our commitment to comprehensive pet care. Your pet isn’t going to take “normal business hours” into consideration. Accidents do happen, and when disaster strikes, that is when you need a trained veterinary staff ready and able to help.
There are a number of scenarios in which bringing your pet to the vet simply isn’t feasible. Perhaps your companion is too sick to make the trip or you have multiple pets and juggling several appointments is too much to handle. Or, maybe your pet experiences such intense vet-visit anxiety, that visits are stressful for you both.
Bringing a family member in for surgery can be nerve wracking. At Ski Town Animal Hospital, we know exactly what you’re going through because we’re pet parents too. Rest assured that we’ll do whatever it takes to ensure that your loved one’s procedure is as safe and stress-free as possible.
Nutrition & Weight
Let’s face it: the subjects of nutrition and weight control can be downright confusing, even for the most seasoned pet parent. If you need a little guidance in this area, you’re certainly not alone. More importantly, the team at Ski Town Animal Hospital is here to help!
Laser therapy is a non-invasive, painless treatment option that uses light to stimulate the body’s natural healing and pain control response. Through this innovative technology, your loved one can enjoy decreased pain, enhanced mobility and faster recovery periods. It can be used as an independent therapy or in conjunction with other treatment methods.
When people become sick or injured, they go to the doctor, explain their symptoms and receive the appropriate care. With pets, it’s not always this straightforward. Because animals can’t speak, they aren’t able to tell us when something is bothering them. What’s more, many animals are able to mask the signs of illness, allowing it to develop and worsen undetected.
As a loving pet parent, you never want to see your four-legged family member in any kind of distress. Unfortunately, unexpected illnesses and sudden accidents happen. At Ski Town Animal Hospital, we want you to know that you’ve got a dedicated team of experienced professionals in your corner.
allergies & dermatology
There are many ailments that can affect a dog or cat’s skin, and the symptoms can be unpleasant. You don’t want your furry friend to suffer and neither do we! Our professional allergy and dermatology services will help get your pet as healthy on the outside as on the inside.
Ski Town Animal Hospital, formerly Mt. Werner Veterinary Hospital, would like to take this opportunity to welcome you, your family, and your special family member to our website. As you continue to browse and explore our website, it is our hope that you will learn more about our dedication to your family and the quality veterinary medicine and service we provide.
SKI TOWN ANIMAL HOSPITAL'S MISSION
To provide the absolute highest quality veterinary care for our fury patients and their owners. We will provide our service with excellence in every aspect of your pet's care by always being honest, friendly, dependable, compassionate and totally committed. We take great pride and want to become part of your extended pet family and promise to treat each pet patient as if they were one of our very own. This is our promise to you....
To become an integral part of the Steamboat community and animal health provider. As Ski Town Animal Hospital, we are built on a foundation of integrity, always utilizing teamwork to achieve the highest quality and compassionate pet care. We are accomplishing this vision by striving to offer patient-focused and highly personalized service. We truly believe that integrity forms the foundation of everything we do in our practice. Our Animal Hospital is committed to ensuring and delivering the highest level of trust and communication with our clients and always offer the very best treatment, that is in the best interest of maintaining, or making your pet's health better and keeping them happy. While striving to sustain excellent pet care, teamwork is a key element practiced continuously in our daily routine. From the moment you walk in the reception area, following you into the exam room, our close knit team of health caregivers, works together to create a caring, warm and welcoming experience for you and your pet. With our integrity and close teamwork comes the highest quality pet care. We are a dedicated animal hospital, delivering the highest level of pet care by developing and constantly maintaining expertise through continued education and technological adaptation. These three founding principles, along with our compassionate services, are what Ski Town Animal Hospital is dedicated to doing best. We help pets live a longer, healthier and happier life.
We love working with animals and would love to meet you and your pet!
Dr. Reese Odenwelder is a Florida native who grew up dreaming of one day becoming a “Dogtor”.
Dr. Evelyn “Evy” Iacono comes to Colorado from her hometown Cincinnati, Ohio. A childhood filled with animals and a passion for science made veterinary medicine a clear career choice.
Abby received her Associate Degree in Veterinary technology in 1997 from Gaston college and is a registered veterinary technician.
In high-school, Kayla participated in 4-H and agricultural studies.
Kindest heart in Routt county, and has compassion for all animals.
Erin has worked the last 3 summers at a wildlife facility rehabilitating orphaned and injured songbirds.
Our LATEST NEWS
Is your dog officially a furry, four-legged retiree? How fast Fido ages will depend in large part on his breed and size: big dogs reach their golden years much faster than little ones. However, sooner or later, you’ll notice your canine pal slowing down, and spot some grey fur on his muzzle. Here, a Hayden,[…]
Dental issues are just as common in dogs as they are in people. Over 80 percent of dogs over the age of three have some form of gum disease. Issues like abscesses, misalignments, overcrowding, and cracked or broken teeth are also not uncommon … and are no more fun for Fido than they are for[…]
Does your kitty sometimes attack your shoelaces, or pounce on the bed as you are making it? Cats are very playful, which is one of their most adorable—and entertaining—traits. While Fluffy will happily amuse herself by pouncing on feather toys or batting catnip mice under the couch, she’ll actually benefit the most from interactive play.[…]
July 4th will be here soon. Many of us are really looking forward to America’s birthday bash. But, perhaps not your dog. During this time, it’s important to remember that this can be an extremely unsafe holiday for our canine friends. Fireworks absolutely terrify many pooches! Below, a local veterinarian highlights some ways to help[…]
Do you allow your kitty to go outside? Maybe you adopted-or semi-adopted-a local cat? While it is always best to keep Fluffy inside, we do know that some cats like to investigate the great outdoors. Others just never get used to living indoors. A veterinarian provides some advice on how to keep your outdoor feline[…]
Why are grapes and raisins poisonous? It isn’t known exactly why grapes and raisins are toxic to pets. Some experts say that mycotoxin, a fungal byproduct, is responsible. Others believe that pesticides sprayed on the fruit are to blame. And, to make matters even more confusing, some pets are able to eat grapes and raisins[…]
Home Health Care and Hospice You have chosen to participate in our Home Health Care Program. Before we get started, there are a few things we would like you to know. Our goal is to increase the quality and consistency of the care of your pet in a way that fits your needs. Caring for a chronically ill[…]
Ski Town Animal Hospital Is Fear Free Certified… Welcome to Fear Free – where veterinary health care professionals “Take the pet out of petrified” and “Put the treat into treatment!” and where pet owners are “Helping pets live happy, healthy, full lives”. Fear Free provides online and in-person education to veterinary professionals, the pet professional[…]
Dr. Reese recommends Royal Canin.. Why? Because Royal Canin has developed great pet foods for all really specialized health needs. For example, they have a very effective diet for dogs and cats with urinary stones. Royal Canin’s prescription dog foods and cat foods are rooted in research and supported by scientific data. These pet foods[…]
We want to welcome all new clients to Ski Town Animal Hospital. Please come by and for your initial Pet’s Health Overview. We very much want to be your Pets health provider! Dr. Reese Everyone at Ski Town Animal Hospital would like to welcome you and your pet to our practice! Your pet’s health is[…]
Contact ski town animal hospital
Please use the form below to contact us via email or call our office at 970-879-3486
|Monday||8:00 AM — 5:00 PM|
|Tuesday||8:00 AM — 5:00 PM|
|Wednesday||8:00 AM — 5:00 PM|
|Thursday||8:00 AM — 5:00 PM|
|Friday||8:00 AM — 5:00 PM|