Top 5 Low-Cost Vet Clinics in Denver

Top 5 Low-Cost Vet Clinics in Denver

Low-Cost Vet Clinics in Denver are in high demand in 2018

Your friends at Woof in Boots have  assembled our list of the top 5 low-cost vet clinics in Denver.  We know that veterinary care for your pet is important, but that it can also be expensive.  We would like toTop 10 Low Cost Veterinary Clinics in Denver recognize some of Denver’s most committed veterinarians and their associated veterinary practice for providing  low-cost veterinary procedures, surgeries, and vaccinations to Denver families in need.   Our list of  low-cost vet clinics in Denver are presented below, in no particular order.

1. MaxFund Wellness Center- Lincoln Park, Denver

Where: 1000 Inca St. Denver, CO
Appointments:  Click here to make an appointment
Phone: 303-595-0532

MaxFund Low Cost Vet ClinicWe love the MaxFund No Kill Animal Shelter mission that Dr. Suro and his wife Nancy formed back in 1989.  When Maxfund opened their doors in 1990, they recognized a need for Denver pets and their owners and decided to “Take in and nurture any injured animal with no known owner and to find loving forever homes for these animals once they had recovered”.   Because of their close proximity to Woof in Boots, our groomers have remained committed to the Maxfund mission by providing newly adopted dogs and cats free grooms to ensure these pets are looking and feeling their best as they start their new lives in their forever homes!  Stop in to their low-cost vet clinic

2. Downtown Animal Care Center – Lincoln Park, Denver

Where:  1041 Galapago St. Denver, CO
Appointments:  Click here to make an appointment
Phone: 303-595-3561

Downtown Animal Care Center low-cost vet careLocated directly to the north of Maxfund, the Downtown Animal Care Center is another low cost veterinary clinic that we absolutely love!  Their staff are friendly and supportive, and their resident orange tabby will be delighted to greet you and your pet.  Whether it be a routine wellness check or a needed surgery, you’re in good hands, as they have a caring and well trained staff that is there to comfort your pet all at a very reasonable price.  They offer a discounted walk-in vaccination clinic open to the public every Sunday from 10:00 am – 3:00 pm.  Be sure to arrive early, as there can often be a wait.

3. Broadview Animal Clinic – Hampden, Denver

Where:  10300 E. Evans Ave. Denver, CO
Appointments:  Click here to make an appointment
Phone: 303-755-1424

Broadview Veterinary Care Low Cost Vet Clinic Denver

Broadview Animal Clinic has been serving Denver’s pet families for over 40 years by offering low-cost veterinarian services with one mission in mind- “To provide quality, affordable veterinary care for our client’s pets in a friendly, professional environment.”  Your furry friends are most often seen by the same doctor which creates a much more personable feel than some of the larger low-cost vet clinics in Denver.  For those of you living near the southeastern part of Denver, this may be just the place you and your pet are looking for.  Your pet can expect quality, full-service vet care with a team who believes that friendly, quality care doesn’t need to come at an extraordinary price.

4. Planned Pethood Plus, Inc. – Wheatridge

Where: 4595 Harlan St Wheat Ridge, CO
Appointments:  Click here to make an appointment
Phone: 303-433-3291

Low Cost Vet Clinics in DenverIf you happen to reside in either of Denver’s Highlands neighborhoods, or any of the adjoining communities for that matter, you’ll be hard pressed to find anything affordable, except for this little low-cost vet clinic on Denver’s west side.  Planned Pethood Plus has plenty of 5-star reviews that have two common themes- affordable pricing and a caring staff!  We absolutely love that their mission which aims to “Significantly reduce pet overpopulation and suffering of companion animals by offering affordable common sense veterinary medicine to everyone” is inclusive of Denver’s downtown community.  Be sure to stop by their low-cost vaccination clinic every Saturday from 10:00 am to 3:00pm.

5. PetAid Colorado – Baker, Denver

Where: 191 Yuma St. Denver, CO
Appointments:  Click here to make an appointment
Phone:  303-722-5800

PetAid - Denver low-cost vet clinicEstablishing a veterinary practice as a low-cost vet clinic in Denver, can sometimes prove tricky, especially when determining on who to provide benefits to.  PetAid (formerly Harrison Memorial Animal Hospital) has developed a way to qualify patients based on a sliding income scale, which then offsets the costs of many expensive pet surgeries, procedures and vaccinations by donations raised through the local community.  Located in the southwest area of Denver, PetAid Animal Hospital is the largest non-profit animal hospital in Colorado and is fully accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) at its highest level.  To see if you qualify for their low cost clinic, click here.

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This Post Has 6 Comments

    1. Vincent

      This excerpt taken from the Denver Municode, Chapter 8, Division 3 which speaks to animal noise levels:

      Sec. 8-46. – Barking dog nuisance.
      (a)
      It shall be unlawful for any owner, possessor or keeper of any dog to permit such dog to disturb any person or neighborhood by loud and persistent or habitual barking, howling or yelping. No summons and complaint shall be issued for any violation of this section unless there are at least two (2) or more complaining witnesses from separate households who have signed such complaint. In appropriate cases, as determined by the manager of the department of environmental health or their designee, any animal control officer or police officer who has personally investigated the complaint of a single complainant, and observed problem behavior of the dog with regard to its loud and persistent or habitual barking, howling or yelping, may be the second complaining witness.
      (b)
      In any prosecution for a violation of this section, the fact that any loud dog barking which disturbed any person or neighborhood occurred either:
      (1)
      Between the hours of 10:30 p.m. and 7:30 a.m.; or
      (2)
      When none of the residents who reside at the place where the barking dog is being kept are at home;
      shall create a rebuttable presumption that the dog barking was unlawful.

      (c)
      Any dog which has been allowed or permitted to persistently and chronically violate this section, as demonstrated by one (1) or more convictions for violating this section, and the receipt of subsequent complaints from more than one (1) household, is declared to be a public nuisance and may be impounded upon compliance with the procedures outlined in subsections (d) through (h).
      (d)
      Whenever any chronic barking dog nuisance as defined in subsection (c) of this section is found on any premises within the jurisdiction of the city, a written notice shall be given to the owner, possessor or keeper of the dog, or to the owner, occupant, person in possession, person in charge or person in control of the premises where the dog is located, or a written notice shall be posted at such premises when none of the above people can be found at the premises. Such notice shall be signed by the director of the municipal animal shelter or his or her authorized representative and shall give the person or persons to whom it is directed no less than seventy-two (72) hours (three (3) days) nor more than one hundred twenty (120) hours (five (5) days) to abate the chronic barking dog nuisance. Such notice shall also state that the dog may be impounded if the barking dog nuisance is not abated.
      (e)
      If, after the time given to comply with the notice has passed, the barking dog nuisance has not been abated, the director of the municipal animal shelter may: summarily abate the barking dog nuisance by impounding the barking dog; assess the costs of such abatement against the property or owner thereof, to be collected by suit or otherwise; and issue a citation for the violation of this section. The impoundment shall continue until the resolution of the citation issued in conjunction with the impoundment or, until the manager or a hearing officer has conducted the administrative hearing described in this section and determined that the dog does not constitute a barking dog nuisance and should be released.
      (f)
      At the time any dog is impounded as a barking dog nuisance, the director or their designee shall serve a notice on the owner, possessor or keeper of the dog, or to the owner, occupant, person in possession, person in charge or person in control of the premises where the dog is located; or a written notice shall be posted at such premises when none of the above people can be found at the premises. Such notice shall be signed by the director of the municipal animal shelter or his or her authorized representative. Such notice shall state that the dog has been impounded as a chronic barking dog nuisance under this section; that the owners, possessors, and keepers of the dog are entitled to a hearing to contest the impoundment; that to obtain such a hearing, the owner, possessor, or keeper must submit a written petition for release of the dog, containing the petitioner’s name and address, including mailing address, and the reason the dog should not be classified as a chronic barking dog nuisance; and that this petition must be filed with the manager within seven (7) days of the impoundment. If the last day of this seven-day period falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or holiday, the time for filing the petition shall be extended to the next regular business day.
      (g)
      When a dog has been impounded pursuant to this section, and the owner, possessor or keeper of such dog disputes the classification of such dog as a chronic barking dog nuisance, the owner, possessor or keeper of such dog may file a written petition for a hearing concerning such classification with the manager no later than seven (7) days after impoundment. If the last day of this seven-day period falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or holiday, the time for filing the petition shall be extended to the next regular business day. Such petition shall include the petitioner’s name and address, including mailing address and the reason the petitioner believes the dog should not be classified as a chronic barking dog nuisance. The petition shall be set for a hearing to be held on a date no more than twenty (20) days after the date the petition is filed. The manager, or the manager’s designee, shall issue a notice of the hearing date by mailing a copy to the petitioner’s address no later than ten (10) days prior to the date of the hearing. Where the owners, possessors, or keepers of the dog fail to file a written petition with the manager within seven (7) days of the impoundment, excluding Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays, they shall be deemed to have waived their right to a hearing to contest the classification of the dog as a chronic barking dog nuisance.
      (h)
      The hearing on the chronic barking dog classification shall be held before the manager or a hearing officer designated by the manager. The sole issue at the hearing shall be whether the dog constitutes a chronic barking dog nuisance as defined in subsection (c) of this section. The hearing shall not address the sufficiency of abatement or any other issues.
      (i)
      It shall be unlawful to fail to comply with a notice to abate a nuisance issued as provided in subsection (d).
      (Code 1950, § 754.1; Ord. No. 270-92, § 1, 5-11-92; Ord. No. 800-97, § 1, 11-10-97)

      There’s also City of Denver document on noise level compliance and sound pressure levels specific to certain zones. https://www.denvergov.org/Portals/771/documents/Chapter-36-Noise-Control.pdf

  1. Lacey

    UPDATE: The Planned Pethood Clinic just relocated to Wheat Ridge so that people are aware (their site just got updated) the new location is 4595 Harlan St Wheat Ridge, CO 80033

  2. Ryan Morrison

    My dog has had black, tarry stools yesterday and today. I have about 60 bucks. None of these places will take her because of my lack of funds. I don’t qualify for their credit card payment plans. Is there any alternative than to just watch as my dogs health deteriorates?

    1. Hello Ryan,

      We’re sorry to hear about your pet. Here are a few other low-cost vet clinics in the Denver-metro area that may be able to help with payment assistance. Please let us know if you are able to find assistance, as we would like to share your findings with the community.

      Guardian Angel Veterinary Clinic – http://gavccolorado.com/

      Piney Creek Veterinary Clinic – http://www.pineycreekvetclinic.com/local-resources/financial-aid-programs/

      Animal Care Center of Aurora – http://animalcareaurora.com/

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