Belaire Animal Hospital

Belaire Animal Hospital WELCOME TO BELAIRE ANIMAL HOSPITAL IN PUEBLO, CO. Belaire Animal Hospital is an animal clinic that specializes in the veterinary care of small animals.

Belaire Animal Hospital has been serving the Pueblo community in the same location since 1962. Here we have an established tradition of caring for your cats and dogs. Call us today at (719) 561-2000 to schedule an appointment.

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Veterinarians now offer cat owners the option of computer microchip implants, which are referred to as "immunizing against homelessness." These microchip implants are used to help identify a cat's owner, its age, and where it lives.


The Shalihotra of ancient India, as well as the early Egyptian Papyrus of Kahun in 1900 BC, both tell of one of the world's first veterinarian stories. Here, King Asoka "made two kinds of medicine available, medicine for people and medicine for animals. Where there were no healing herbs for people and animals, he ordered that they be bought and planted."


Did you know it is possible for one mother cat's litter to include kittens from multiple fathers? Superfecundation, defined by Merriam-Webster, is the successive fertilization of two or more ova from the same ovulation especially by different sires.


We realize that you may not always know exactly what kind of mischief your pet gets into when they go outside. Let’s talk about the different type of allergies your pet may have and skin symptoms to watch for so that you can get them rapid treatment.


One of the reasons to go at least once a year to a vet is to uncover issues that may not seem serious at all. Experts say a cat that may seem to have a cold could have a more serious condition – such as feline calicivirus. It’s important to both monitor your cat and to have a veterinarian you trust.


Do you ever worry that you may not be providing your exotic pet with the nutrition it really needs? Whether you need help tweaking its diet or you have questions about another aspect of care, we’re always here for you.


Homeopathy has an immense capacity for initiating healing on a deep level. Embracing the idea that we are all more than just a physical body, this healing practice works on a very deep level to help the body to help itself.


Do you know that non-infectious diseases, such as malnutrition and behavioral disorders, are the most frequently encountered problems in pet birds at their annual examination? This is one of the many reasons why an annual exam is so important.


Did you know that everyone in the house benefits when a pet is loved and respected? We are not only concerned with your animal's nutrition and general health, but also his home environment and how he gets along with his human owners.


Vaccinations are essential for pet health. In fact, routine vaccinations can significantly cut the chance of your pet contracting serious and potentially life-ending illnesses such as leukemia, rabies, distemper, and feline leukemia.


How can you tell two seemingly identical cats apart? Well, just like fingerprints on humans, the nose pad of cats is rigid in a pattern that is completely unique from other cats.


If you have more than one pet who needs to visit the veterinarian, it's often smart to bring them in one at a time. This gives the vet the chance to fully focus on each animal, as well as making it easier for you to transport them.


Kittens can be trained, just gently. For good socialization, start introducing them to other animals before 10 weeks old. Use toys and rewards for training. And provide climbing and scratching posts for a fun environment.


When having people over to your home, keep in mind that new voices in the house can be stressful for your pet because it's a change. Don't worry if your pet hides under furniture or stays in a different room until company leaves.


Your pet's healthcare begins with regular exams. In fact, having your pet seen on a routine basis by a licensed veterinarian is a good way to prevent major issues, for instance, by catching any heart or gastrointestinal problems that may be developing.


Does your dog have bad breath that lingers long after it has closed its mouth? This could be a sign of dental issues. Looking inside your pet’s mouth once a month can help you spot problems. If you see anything that looks abnormal, you will want to contact your vet.


Do you ever hate to watch your pet walk up to greet you because of the obvious pain they’re in? If traditional medicine hasn’t been able to alleviate their pain, it may be a good time to start exploring holistic healing options.


Heartworm is a disease caused by parasitic worms that live in the lungs and arteries of your pet, along with a number of other mammals. Pets in every state in the country have come down with heartworms, though the condition is most prevalent in the South and Southeastern parts of the country.


When you avail yourself of our services, you will no longer have to second-guess and wonder about the quality of care your pet receives. We will treat your animal companions with the individualized care, attention and respect they deserve.


Parakeets are among the most popular birds in the United States. The full name of the species is Budgerigar, which is why they are often referred to as budgies. The parakeet is native to Australia and is actually a part of the parrot family.


Has your pet had an unexplained weight loss or weight gain? These can point to an underlying illness that a vet can diagnose. Remember that if your 12-pound cat gains 3 pounds, that's similar to a 180-pound person gaining 45 pounds.


Worms aren’t limited to puppies. Dogs are known to put almost anything in their mouths, and that can include parasites or other unsavory organisms. The treatment for an adult dog with worms is very similar to de-worming for puppies. At least two doses of medicine, usually a few weeks apart, will be prescribed to kill worms that are present now and those that may be in the process of hatching and show up later.


Pets develop many similar ailments to people when they age. They can have arthritis, dental disease, or diseases of the heart or kidneys. As pets age, it’s a good idea to have regular blood work done to screen for potential problems.


There are over 350 species of parrots in the world. The smallest parrot species are the Pygmy parrots, which average about 8cm in length. The blue and yellow Macaw is considered to be one of the largest domesticated birds.


Believe it or not, your pet’s dental health is as important as yours or any member of your family. However, proper cleaning is another matter. For some pets (like cats), veterinary assistance may be needed.


Skin growths are extremely common in dogs. Luckily, most of them tend to be non-cancerous but it is always worth checking out an unidentified lump if you discover one on you pet for peace of mind.


Flea prevention is recommended. To keep fleas from becoming a problem, you need to treat your pet and your environment - both inside and outside. Once you've treated, vacuum all carpets and wash pet bedding in hot water to kill any eggs or larvae.


Understanding how to determine your horse's TPR - the temperature, heart rate (pulse) and respiration - will allow you to catch bacterial or viral disease affecting the horse at the very earliest stages.


Did you know that pets can suffer from dental care issues like gum disease, cavities, and tooth loss? It’s important to take your pet to the vet where he can have his teeth cleaned and chipped ones repaired.


Did you know that bringing your pet in for routine examinations is the best way to keep him or her healthy? In fact, preventative medicine via annual or biannual check-ups is one of the best ways to ensure the health of your pet.


What is one of the most common skin infections diagnosed in horses? Rain rot. This condition is caused by an organism that thrives in warm, damp environments and becomes established in skin which has become damaged by cuts, scrapes or wounds.


If you’re bringing a young parrot into your home, they have an increased risk of getting a beak and feather disease. Symptoms can include feather loss and abnormalities of the beak.


As your cat matures, he can lose some of his sense of taste, which may lead him to lose weight. You can help by feeding a highly aromatic diet, and warming the food a little so that it's more attractive to your cat.


Do you know the signs of oral disease in your dog? Some potentials signs include excessively bad breath, excessive drooling, inflamed gums, tumors or bumps in gums, cysts under the tongue, or loose teeth.


Would you believe that homeopathy has been used in animals for about 200 years? The methodology behind it is similar to that used in human medicine. All types of animals respond to homeopathic treatment, from pets to farm animals, even to birds.


2650 S Prairie Ave,
Pueblo, CO

Opening Hours

Monday 7:30am - 5pm
Tuesday 7:30am - 5pm
Wednesday 7:30am - 5pm
Thursday 7:30am - 5pm
Friday 7:30am - 5pm


(719) 561-2000


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Great visiting you today! Our Colorado veterinary compounding specialists know that some aspects of vet med are grueling. We appreciate all you do and wish the best for your team.
Our Colorado veterinary compounding specialists know that some aspects of vet med are grueling. We appreciate all you do and wish the best for your team.