What to Expect

Coming to the vet can be a little scary - not only for pets but for their families.  Even pets on routine vaccine appointments can be a little cautious.  We believe in minimal restraint and low stress techniques . This includes being fed many very delicious treats during the appointments (Cheese Whiz on a stick anyone?) .  Most of our patients are so engaged in their gourmet experience they never even notice the tiny prick of a needle. 

Our appointment slots are 30 minutes long - allowing enough time for a complete nose to tail exam (including a fundic exam, which examines the back of the eye to check for issues like cataracts) and discussion of all your concerns. A copy of your pet's medical summary, blood work, x-rays and other information can be sent to your family or any other recipient you choose.

At our clinic we believe in a partnership.  Our doctors are here to discuss all the findings & options together with you to decide on the best care for your pet and your family.  When we take x-r ays, you are brought back to look at them and discuss what we are seeing.  When we bring your animal to our treatment area you are welcome to come back with them and not only witness but participate in their therapies.  At our clinic, you are more than our customer, and we are proud to more than just your vet.

For more information on the services we provide, please check out our services page.  You might be surprised at what our small clinic has to offer. 


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8:00 am - 4:00 pm


8:00 am-4:00 pm






Read What Our Clients Say

  • "I found my favorite vet clinic! Dr. Frucci and his staff are so welcoming and loving toward me and my dogs, giving me lots of great advice, and always having my dogs' comfort as the priority. We are so lucky to have found City Park Animal Clinic!!!"
    -Diane H.
  • "We moved to Fort Collins and needed a new Veterinarian, because we lived nearby at the time we found Dr. Frank by chance. Our husky was in a critical stage and close to dying during the 2013 floods, Dr. Frank actually walked across a closed bridge to administer a shot to our sweet girl. We are so fortunate we found such a passionate Vet."
    -Comer C.