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The mission of Great Value Pet Clinic is to provide routine pet health care at an affordable price in the Peyton, Falcon, Calhan, Colorado Springs, Monument and Black Forest areas.
GVPC was established with the present economy in mind. In order to accomplish this goal, overhead costs had to be minimized. For example, minimum space, basic essential equipment, small inventory and few employees are methods of cost cutting. At the same time, we provide quality pet health care.
Expert Pet Care
We view the surrounding full service and specialty hospitals as an extension of our overall pet health care team. Great Value Pet Clinic will be able to provide most of the services needed at up to 50% savings over full service hospitals. GVPC seeks to provide for the health care needs of the pet, as well as making it comfortable for the owner.
Make the health of your pet a priority today and give us a call.
At Great Value Pet Clinic, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Eugene Clothier
Colorado Springs Veterinarian | Great Value Pet Clinic | 719-646-3580
11580 Black Forest Rd. Unit 10
Colorado Springs, CO 80908
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