Mark J. Ryan, DVM | Mindy Basham, DVM | Carol McDaneld, DVM | Gary Rechten, DVM

May is the beginning of mosquito season! It is important to keep your pet protected against heartworm disease, which is transmitted by mosquitos. Redstone recommends yearly testing to be sure your pet is getting the protection it needs. We have several choices for heartworm prevention, many of which include intestinal parasite protection, as well as flea and tick protection. Please stop by and visit us soon to get your pet's heartworm prevention updated. 

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Redstone Veterinary Hospital was originally started in October of 1995 by Mark J. Ryan, DVM The name was chosen from the way the morning sun lights up the red sandstone formations of Colorado National Monument in the west end of the Grand Valley. When Redstone Veterinary Hospital was started, it was a one-doctor practice. Today, Redstone has two full-time and two part-time veterinarians.  We also work with specialists in surgery, neurosurgery, and neurology. Redstone has two certified veterinary technicians and a fully experienced staff to make sure you and your pet receive the quality care you deserve.

Redstone Veterinary Hospital is a full-service medical, surgical and dental facility, featuring digital full-body and dental radiographs, ultrasound, CO2 laser surgery, single-port laparoscopic and endoscopic capability. We support and work with many animal assistance programs including: Roice Hurst Humane Society, Mesa County Animal Services, Pets 4 Vets, C.L.A.W.S., Community Cat Care, and Mesa County 4H.  The doctors at Redstone also believe firmly in the value of education and invite students from veterinary technical programs and local high schools to learn more about veterinary medicine in our hospital.  Members of our staff serve on multiple boards including Mesa County Animal Services, the Veterinary Technology Program at Colorado Mountain College, Grand Valley Emergency Center, and the Grand Valley Medical Society.


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2582 Patterson Road
Grand Junction, CO 81505


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Toll Free: (888) 814-1569
Phone: (970) 243-3130
Fax: (970) 243-0437


Office Hours

Monday 8am-6pm
Tuesday 8am-6pm
Wednesday 8am-6pm
Thursday 8am-6pm
Friday 8am-6pm
Saturday 8am-5pm

After Hours Emergency Support

Please contact the

Veterinary Critical After-hours Hospital:

Grand Valley Veterinary Emergency Center

1660 North Ave Grand Junction, CO 81501

Phone: 970-255-1911 

Payment Options

Payment due at time of service

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