Adopting a pet brings great joy and excitement to individuals and families, but it also introduces new responsibilities and concerns. Your new family member deserves the same health and safety con ...View Article
Welcome to The Center For Animal Wellness
Your Veterinarian in Denver, CO
Call us at 303-534-1875
Marley Has Found a Forever Home!
Thank you, Dan and Cynthia Bynum!
Pet Health Concerns? Read no further and call us right away!
If your pet is in need of veterinary services around the Denver-metro area, look no further! Our wonderful and licensed veterinarians are sure to treat your furry (or hairless) friend(s) with the utmost care and compassion. Your pet’s health and well-being are exceedingly important to us and we will take every step to provide your pet the best possible care that they deserve.
The Center For Animal Wellness is a full service animal hospital offering cutting edge medical, surgical, and dental care. Our doctors are experienced in various veterinary settings with treatments, ailments, and injuries. Beyond first rate pet care, we aspire to make our hospital comfortable and family-friendly while offering a soothing environment for your pet. This way you may relax in the waiting room and look forward to meeting your new Denver veterinarian.
At our facility we offer a number of resources to help educate our clients on health and wellness topics for their pets! Stop by and peruse through our clinic to see our articles, meet our knowledgeable staff, and view informational videos first hand.
If you have any further questions do not hesitate to call 303-534-1875 or email us at email@example.com and we'll promptly get back to you. Directions to our veterinary hospital can be found under the “contact us” selection at the top of the page.
Schedule an appointment with Dr. Rhea Dodd. She focuses on acupuncture, chiropractic and behavior solutions for pets. She joins us at The Center every Thursday. Click HERE for a direct link to her website and other locations of practice.
Memorial for Twin II
We had to say goodbye to a good friend this week; Twin was a kind soul who lost his battle with long term health issues. We were all honored to have known him; he was a sweet, sweet kitty who was always game for a cuddle session. We know that you are somewhere better now enjoying making mischief and stealing everyone's snacks. We love you, buddy- you will forever be missed and could never be replaced.
At The Center For Animal Wellness, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Your Friendly Veterinarians
Denver Veterinarian | The Center For Animal Wellness | 303-534-1875
Denver, CO 802041167 Santa Fe Dr.
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RABIES HAS BEEN SPOTTED...AGAIN!
A Coyote found near Boulder's Wonderland Lake tested positive for Rabies.- According to Boulder County Public Health.
So far 20 animals have tested positive for rabies in Boulder County this year
REMEMBER, the virus is still alive and has a 100% mortality rate
What can YOU do?
1.) GET YOUR ANIMAL VACCINATED.
2.) Keep your pet on a NON-RETRACTABLE 6ft leash