- Tularemia ("Rabbit Fever") ProtectionRabbits have tested positive for Tularemia in the Grand Valley. This is considered a zoonotic disease, meaning that it is contagious to humans, and also your four-legged family. Click here for some information regarding Tularemia and as always, please feel free to contact us with further concerns.
- Physical Therapy and Rehab for PetsOur Veterinary Clinic in Grand Junction, Colorado now offers physical therapy and rehabilitative services to help your pets recover from surgeries, injuries, and live more comfortably as they age.
- Streamline Your VisitMake your connection with Tiara Rado more helpful and educational. Watch videos to learn how to keep your pet healthy. Save time with online forms prior to your visit.
- Tiara Rado Animal Hospital Pet Food Drive Kicks Off October 14Please drop off pet food for the 3rd Annual Tiara Rado Animal Hospital Pet Food Drive to benefit the Community Food Bank. Pet food is one of the top requests at food banks in the Grand Junction area. TRAH doubles all donations of food and checks!
- Our Mission and VisionTiara Rado Animal Hospital strives for excellence in patient care, compassion, client education, and community involvement. Our facility is equipped to provide the highest standard in diagnostics, medicine, non-invasive techniques, and surgical care. We seek to promote an excellent work environment that focuses on family and encompasses continuing education that benefits the patients, practice, and community.
The actual patient was Mika--diagnosed with pancreatitis. She is feeling much better. We did get Tippy a refill of her prescription.
Fear-free Cat Care is here!
Cats crave comfort, which makes trips to the Vet so traumatic that cats do not get regular exams and their health can be jeopardized.
Cat care is now re-imagined at Tiara Rado Animal Hospital. It starts with safe transportation and check-in procedures, plus a dedicated entryway and feline-friendly exam room.
“We collaborate with owners to keep their cat comfortable. We have carriers and advise owners on how to get their cat accustomed to and into the carrier,” said Dr. Bob Marquis, owner of Tiara Rado Animal Hospital. “Car rides are especially stressful, so we offer free and safe sedation to calm cats.”Read more »
Alert – Tularemia or rabbit fever case reported in Mesa County. Keep your pets away from wild animals and carcasses. If your pet is ill with..
Dog Days 2016. It was so much fun!!!
At Lincoln Park’s Dog Days this Sunday, bring your dog for the season’s last swim and get a free Gait Analysis from Tiara Rado Animal Hospital…
Happy National Black Cat Appreciation Day!
Pretty amazing story…
This is Red, one of our adorable patients having some fun going fishing!
This is Presley, an 8 week old Jack Russell puppy that visited us today!
RECIPE: HOW TO MAKE APPLE PRETZELS FOR DOGS Staff Writers, AMERICAN KENNEL CLUB June 28, 2016 These three-ingredient pretzels are an easy-to-make,..
Why pesky Foxtails can also be a health risk for pets. Be sure to check your pet over after being outdoors for foxtails in their fur, between..
We’re sharing a post from Crystal Meyer reminding our community of the Mesa County Lost and Found Pets Facebook page… “With animal control..