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    Our Annie's Fund event, Paint With Your Pet, will be featured on Rocky Mountain PBS as part of their Arts District program on Friday July 14th at 8:30pm (Channel 6 in Denver).  What an honor to be chosen as one of the artistic events in the Denver area to be...

We have rescheduled our annual Annie's Fund Event, Paint With Your Pet!  Join us Sunday, June 4, from 11am to 2pm. Create amazing works of art on high quality canvases! From paw prints to portraits, we will help you and your pet create a work of...

  “We are joining our fellow Colorado Veterinary Medical Association member veterinarians to collectively offer appointments to pets in need of veterinary care! If you’re unable to afford veterinary care for your pet, tune in to 9News KUSA on April 3 between 4PM and 8:00PM to...

Nothing feels better than the wind in your teeth after a dental cleaning! February is Pet Dental Health Month and we are offering a savings of 15% on all Dental Cleaning and Assessments, $30 off full mouth radiographs and 10% off all home dental health products....

We're excited to announce Dr. Wendy Illick has joined our team at GoldenView Veterinary Hospital! Dr. Illick is a graduate of The University Of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine and recently moved to Colorado from Virginia. Welcome Dr. Illick!...

Nothing feels better than the wind in your teeth after a dental cleaning! February is Pet Dental Health Month and we are offering a savings of 15% on all Dental Cleaning and Assessments, $30 off full mouth radiographs and 10% off all home dental health products....

Statistics can be alarming, but a simple microchip may make a difference if your pet is lost. Our January Promotion offers a savings of $18.75 (net cost $45) for one pet. If you have multiple pets microchipped at the same visit, you receive one at...

Our fundraiser this year for Applewood Rescue was a huge success. We received many donations and want to thank everyone who participated. Check out our latest issue of "The Golden View" newsletter for a complete list of items. If you would still like to donate,...

Our 3rd Annual Biggest Loser contest is now in progress through April 30, 2013. All species are eligible! Winner receives a valuable $100 gift certificate. Call to schedule your appointment today to get started!...

Our 6th Annual Parking Lot Sale was a success! This year's annual parking lot sale was held Sunday, August 5, 2012. Many treasures were generously donated and sold. Our wonderful volunteers helped make this sale one of our best! ...

The Bird Toy Making Class on March 24, 2012 was a huge hit! Information about safe toy materials and design was presented, along with providing lots of parts for class attendees to make their own toys. Everyone was very creative and their flock members surely...

Ginger is a spunky, outgoing, 5 month old female rabbit. She came to GoldenView in April, 2006 with a broken leg. Her owner loved her very much, but was unable to afford her needed surgery. Ginger's family made the difficult decision to relinquish her to...

This personable cockatiel is another beneficiary of Annie's Fund care. After surviving a dog attack, this young bird was relinquished to GoldenView Veterinary Hospital because his caretaker could not afford the surgery he needed. Annie's Fund was able to provide the funding necessary to save...

A beautiful, but very pregnant, Corgi Mix was rescued by Misha May Foundation and brought in to GoldenView since the delivery was imminent. That same night, 8 beautiful puppies arrived and GoldenView, with the help of Annie's Fund, housed and cared for all nine of...

Joey was a stray cat brought to GVH by a Good Samaritan. He had been in a cat fight and had wounds on his face and body that needed medical attention. Along with paying for Joey's exam, the Good Samaritan donated $100 to Annie's Fund...

A very sweet kitty named Jax came to GVH through a loving family who could not afford a surgery necessary to help him urinate properly. They made the selfless choice to relinquish Jax to GVH. He had a fantastic first year before suffering more serious...

Alfie, a Quaker Parakeet, was attacked by a larger bird and brought to us in March 2009. Alfie suffered extensive damage to his upper beak and right leg. Unfortunately the owner's could not provide the care Alfie needed, so they relinquished him to GVH. After...

This is Sugar Bear, a 16-year-old Chihuahua mix. After being laid off from my job of 15 years, I didn’t have the money needed to get surgery for her. I cried myself to sleep for three nights in a row. This dog was all I...

Zuul is almost 4 years old. A super sweet neutered male cat, his owners relinquished him to GVH for care of significant bladder problems. Zuul has recovered well and will most likely not experience problems as long as he stays on his special (prescription) diet....

A rescued Greyhound, Walker, had received dental care at another clinic. Many teeth were pulled but all the roots were left, creating significant pain and infection. Dr. Kris performed dental radiographs and found and extracted 14 roots that had been left behind. The procedure required...

Magnum is a 7 year old neutered male Russian Blue. He's extremely outgoing and friendly, very curious and very adaptable. Sienna is a sweet, shy 3 year old spayed female domestic shorthair. She is very cooperative and, in a quiet environment, will really come out...

"Plague" is a bacterial infection that is most commonly found in wild rodent populations. The bacteria that cause it (Yersinia pestis) are carried by fleas that infect wild rodents (e.g. prairie dogs, squirrels), rabbits and cats. The disease can be found every year in Colorado...

Have you wanted to know more about why your dog needs vaccinations and heartworm prevention? See what the American Veterinary Medical Association has to say. Would you like a great source for medical information about your pet? Check VeterinaryPartner.com which provides reliable, up-to-date animal health information...

Make sure all pets are inside during the night the kids are trick'r-treating, especially black pets, to avoid the heartbreak of hideous "pranks." In fact, during the entire month of October, all black pets should be kept indoors unless you are supervising their outdoor activities...

High Risk = dogs who regularly go to doggie day care or who stay in boarding kennels. Moderate Risk = dogs who frequently visit outdoor dog parks, grooming facilities, or who regularly come in contact with other dogs. Low Risk = dogs who do not leave the...

FDA issues warning on Chicken Jerky for dogs. Pet owners should be aware that chicken jerky products from China may be associated with reports of Faconi-like syndrome in dogs, the US Food and Drug Administration has warned. For more information on this see http://www.foodsafetynews.com/2011/11/fda-repeats-warning-on-chicken-jerky-for-dogs/. ...