Welcome to Mountain Animal Hospital Center and Mobile Veterinarian

Your Vail Valley Veterinarian  dedicated to Both Preventative and Emergency Veterinary Care

Here at Mountain Animal Hospital Center and Mobile Veterinarian, we are dedicated to ensuring that your pets have veterinary care whenever needed. Our Vail Valley Veterinary practice is a  a full-service Animal Hospital with 24 hour on-call Emergency Care and Preventative Veterinary Care for both small animals and horses.  Our professional veterinary team  are  always ready to provide Veterinary care in your home or at our newly renovated, state of the art  Mountain Animal Hospital Center. Our Mobile Veterinary Practice services the entire Vail Valley as well as Summit County by appointment and our Full-Service state of the Art Mountain Animal Hospital Center is located at 341 Broadway St. in Eagle, Colorado.

Since 1993, Dr. Sheila Fitzpatrick and her professional veterinary team have taken care of small animals and horses in the Vail Valley.  Dr. Fitzpatrick and her entire team are passionate about their jobs and believe in practicing only the best, quality yet affordable medicine available. Our motto is, “Quality, compassionate, and affordable pet care in your home or ours!” Our veterinarians have a long-standing reputation for quality medicine and prompt, caring service as one of the finest known Vail Valley Veterinarians!

As a full-service veterinary care provider , your Vail Valley Veterinarian, we offer:

Our Mobile Veterinary Service provides Full-Service In Home care To both Eagle County and Summit County (by appointment only) and services the following areas:

  • Red Cliff 
  • Silverthorne
  • Minturn 
  • Dillon
  • Eagle 
  • Frisco
  • Vail
  • Edwards
  • Avon
  • Gypsum

For Full Service Housecalls by appointment at any of our Eagle County or Summit County locations,  give us a call at 970-476-7085.

The Many Benefits of Our Services

There are many benefits to our  Vail Valley and Summit County mobile Veterinary services. Pets and their owners  benefit from house calls, as there’s less anxiety and fear associated with going to a traditional vet office setting. Both cats and dogs often get nervous with the sounds and scents of other animals that they don’t know. In-home mobile vet care provides for a more relaxed atmosphere for your pet. With our mobile Veterinary services, pet owners don’t have to transport their pet to the facility, spend time in the exam room and drive back home. It also allows for a more personalized veterinary experience for both animals and pets. We bring Veterinary care right into your home.

At our Full-Service Animal Hospital Center, we are equipped with the most advanced equipment for a wide range of services. We’re equipped with the latest, state of the art equipment to provide only the most optimal of veterinary care, including digital radiography for small animals and horses , digital dental radiography, ultrasonography, blood pressure monitoring, oxygen therapy, EKG, pulse oximetry and anesthesia . We are well-equipped and staffed for spays and neuters, soft tissue specialty surgeries,orthopedic specialty surgeries, cancer surgeries, complex wound care and intensive care hospitalization. Plus, don’t forget about our 24-hour on Call emergency services. We’re there when your pet needs us the most.

Whether your pet needs a regular pet exam, dental cleaning, surgery has an emergency need, give us a call at   970-328-7085. We offer state-of-the-art veterinary services with 24 hour on Call Emergency Care and are always ready to take care of your four-legged friend.




Pet Food

We carry dog and cat food that is high-quality and created with your pet in mind including:

  • Royal Canin
  • Hills Science Diet

Meet Dr. Fitzpatrick

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Sheila Fitzpatrick
    Owner and Chief Veterinarian

    Dr. Fitzpatrick earned her undergraduate studies at Cornell University, majoring in Animal Science,and was on the NCAA Division One ski team. She continued her advanced education at Colorado State University, graduating in 1991 from the College of Veterinary Medicine.  Dr. Fitzpatrick is passionate about providing quality veterinary medical care and has built one of the finest veterinary hospitals in the western US over the past 26 years. She specializes in small animal surgery and dentistry, as well as Equine Dentistry.

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Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

    Sheila is so great with our dogs we would rather drive all the way to Eagle from Vail than anywhere else! Her office is a house not a hospital and the dogs feel much more comfortable there! She is very reasonable and honest and our dogs absolutely love her!
    Byron D. /Google Review

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