It’s always best to schedule an appointment in advance for your pet, whether it’s a routine examination or you believe they need special care. We have appointments available between 8:30am and 5:00pm Monday - Friday and between 9:00am - 3:30pm on Saturdays.
If your pet is experiencing a medical emergency, please call us right away and a member of our team will walk you through the next steps. Calling ahead allows us to be as prepared as possible to give your pet the right care as soon as you arrive.
Please keep your dog leashed or your cat kept in a carrier when visiting our waiting room. No matter how well-behaved your pet may be, you don’t know how other animals will react to it. Plus, we want all pets and owners to be comfortable at our facility at all times.
We treat all of our clients and their pets with love and respect. We expect the same in return. Veterinary medicine is an occupation that involves daily drama and life-and-death situations. Interpersonal drama is simply not needed; life is hard enough!
Unfortunately, we have bills to pay too! Therefore, in order to remain in business, we require a deposit of the low end of the estimate for any given procedure prior to the service being performed. At checkout, the remainder of the balance must be paid. We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, cash, CareCredit and Scratchpay. We do not accept payment plans.
We offer prescription refill shipping via our online store so that you can get your pet’s prescriptions sent right to your door. If you’d like, you can also order and pick up prescriptions at Animal Health Care Denver in person. Keep in mind that in order for us to prescribe a medication, we must first examine your pet.
Some pets require special prescription diets to meet specific health or nutritional needs. You can order prescription food prescribed by one of our team members through our online store or Hill's to Home and have it shipped to your home.
We expect that all of our patients are spayed or neutered by the age of 2. This helps prevent many life threatening medical conditions and is a hallmark of responsible pet ownership. The exception to the spay/neuter requirement are breeders who follow the medical advice of our veterinarians, as long as the pets are purebred and AKC registered. Proof of AKC registration is required. We do not condone the purposeful breeding of mixed breed dogs, as there are already millions of mixed breed dogs at shelters that desperately need loving homes.
Learn more about the spay/neuter procedure here.
Though owners of pets are, for the most part, free to elect which vaccines they would like their pets to receive, rabies vaccination is required by most cities and counties. Here at AHCD, all pets are expected to receive a rabies vaccine every 3 years. Modern vaccines are very pure and pose very little to no risk of causing health problems. Keeping your pet up to date on their rabies vaccine makes it much less problematic if your pet is involved in a biting incident or in an encounter with wildlife. Even indoor only cats can be exposed to rabies; rabid bats are known to fly into private homes.
Learn more about vaccinations here.
At Animal Health Care Denver, we’re proud to work with a range of organizations to help them care for their animals in need of adoption. We offer discounted pricing to these organizations so that they can better serve their vital mission of caring for the animals in our community that need them most.
Organizations we support include:
Located in the North Washington suburb of Denver. The hospital is directly off of exit 216 on I-25 and between E 68th Ave and E 66th Ave on Washington St.
Appointments are available between 8:30am - 5:00pm Monday - Friday and between 9:00am - 3:30pm on Saturdays.