Complete Pharmacy & Products

Compassionate care is part of our foundation in veterinary medicine, and pain control is essential in the caring process. Fortunately, pain control in dogs and cats has recently been researched and utilized seriously. Canine and feline pain management can be complex; dogs and cats may not show signs of discomfort openly which hinders diagnosing pain early when it is easiest to treat. With the help of new technology and research, we try our best to respond to the clients’ concerns and our patients’ needs by making pain relief a priority. We are also a member of the International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management. Our Broomfield Animal Clinic pharmacy is stocked with multiple antibiotics, several types of pain medications, thyroid medications, dewormers, preventatives, as well as other needed medications.

We utilize the following types of pain management:

  • Injections
  • Oral Liquids and Pills
  • Fentanyl CRI
  • Acupuncture
  • Therapeutic Laser

We also carry a complete line of Hill’s Prescription Diet foods for cats and dogs. We also have select prescription diets available from Royal Canin. If you need a specific food or size of bag for your pet please call the office before Friday at noon to place an order with us.

We now offer VetSource! Have your pet’s medications mailed directly to your home! Click on the link below!



Going out of town? We have you and your pet covered. Aspen Arbor Animal Hospital now offers overnight boarding for your cat or dog!

Our guests enjoy safe, clean facilities under staff supervision. Your pet will get plenty of exercise and socializing time in our expansive outdoor play area.

All lodging options are cage-free, with each pet returning to his or her individual climate-controlled room for a comfortable and relaxing night’s sleep.

Boarding Amenities

  • Environmentally controlled rooms
  • Outdoor play area
  • Veterinary services available during hours of operation
  • Food, water and bedding for the duration of their stay

All guests are encouraged to bring personal items from home to help make your pet’s stay as stress-free as possible, these can include:

  • Toys
  • Blankets
  • Pillows
  • Treats
  • Food

Our spaces go quickly! Make a reservation today.


Dental care is a very important part of your pet’s overall health. If left untreated, gum disease can lead to serious diseases of the heart, kidneys and liver. Studies have shown that 8 out of 10 dogs and 7 out of 10 cats show signs of gum disease by the age of three. The good news is that most dental diseases can be prevented and controlled. Dogs and cats over the age of one receive dental check-ups during their annual examinations. Good preventive oral care is an important part of protecting your pet’s overall health.


Our Dental Cleaning Includes:

  • Ultrasonic Scaling
  • Polishing
  • Fluoride Treatment

We also perform:

  • Digital Dental X-Rays
  • Extractions

Dental problems may cause your pet to suffer from:

  • Prolonged Pain
  • Tooth Loss
  • Chronic Infections
  • Heart, Liver and Kidney Disease

Signs to look for:

  • Bad Breath
  • Drooling
  • Yellow or Brown Discolorations
  • Decreased Appetite

Progressive Nature of Periodontal Disease

Stage 1

Inflamed gum line – red, swollen and sometimes tender. Plaque is barely visible, but it is already present.

Stage 2

Extensive plaque formation with tartar build-up. Inflamed gum line. Mouth is probably sore with occasional drooling. Beginning of mouth odor.

Stage 3

Thick tartar formation (creamy-brown hard masses on the teeth). Inflames and partially receding gums. Periodontal disease will under way below the gum line. Mouth is sore and bad breath is present.

Stage 4

Severe tartar formation. Inflamed and receding gum line is very sensitive. Advances periodontal disease is present with infection, bleeding, tooth and bone loss.

Preventative Care & Wellness

Proactive and Preventative Care

Our goal is to keep your companion pets healthy and happy starting with preventative care. We follow American Animal Hospital Association recommendations when it comes to preventative care. Look for links below for more information!

Annual wellness Exam and Vaccines

  • Annual wellness exams are an important way to maintain your pet’s health. Imagine if you only went to your doctor once every seven years!
  • We offer core and lifestyle based vaccines. For dogs, core vaccines are rabies and distemper combination (DAPP). For cats, core vaccines are rabies and FVRCP.
  • Lifestyle vaccines are recommended based upon your pet’s activity, exposure and risk. We are happy to discuss all lifestyle vaccines during your pet’s wellness appointment! Follow the link below for more information regarding vaccines and you pet.
  • AAHA Vaccine Information

Microchip Implantation

  • The American Humane Association estimates over 10 million dogs and cats are lost or stolen in the U.S. every year. One in three pets will become lost at some point during their life.
  • Microchipping a a quick and affordable way to protect you pet.
  • Find me: Why microchips are important

Spay and Neutering

  • In Colorado, we have the highest pet adoption rate of any other state in the country with most of these pets already being spayed or neutered. However, there are still many situations where we see unnecessary breeding and unwanted pet litters.
  • Follow the link below to help guide you in your decision regarding spaying and neutering your pet. As always, we are here to help answer any questions you may have.
  • Spay and neuter when the time is right

Baseline Blood Work

  • One of the greatest tools we can have as health care providers for your pet, is blood values taken when they’re healthy. This allows our doctors to have a comparison as your pet ages or when they have a medical issue.

Heartworm Testing and Preventative

  • With so many people and their pets moving into Colorado, we strongly recommend year round heartworm preventative and regular testing. Aspen Arbor Animal Hospital has treated two heartworm positive patients already this year!
  • American Heartworm Society Homepage

Annual Fecal/Intestinal Parasite Testing

  • If you’ve live in Colorado and have a dog, you’ve probably heard of Giardia. There are many other parasites that thrive in the Colorado environment and can cause GI problems for your pet as well. What’s worse, some of them can be transmitted to humans! We recommend yearly parasite checks to make sure your pet is parasite free.
  • Wanted; Your Pet’s Poop

Annual Dental Care

  • Just like people, dogs and cats need routine dental care. Our team undergoes regular training that allows them to stay on the forefront of modern dental care. In fact, our team performs and average of 480-dental cleanings per year!
  • Dental Care Guidelines for Dogs and Cats



Master Grooming Services by PawSpa Pampering!

We at Aspen Arbor believe your pet deserves to be pampered! We want your pet to not only feel good on the inside but to look and feel good on the outside, too! Believe it or not, the physical state of a pet can affect the way he/she feels and acts. The PawSpa is located in Aspen Arbor Animal Hospital. PawSpa’s Master Groomer, Nadja, has over thirteen years of experience.  Originally from Germany, she now lives in the Denver area with her five dogs; Nemo, Mulan, Jiminy, Mushu, and Rafiki and her cat, Rajah.  She enjoys going to church, hiking, mountain biking, going to the movies, board games, and gathering with her friends.

How to Schedule an Appointment

Grooming is generally recommended every 4 to 6 weeks.

All pet grooming is by appointment only. Unfortunately, PawSpa does not provide walk-in grooming services.

Please call 720-280-1102 to schedule an appointment. Please give us 24-hour notice if you need to change or cancel an appointment.

Vaccine Requirements

Your pet must be current on the vaccines listed below. Please provide proof from your veterinarian at the time of your appointment. If your pet received their vaccinations at Aspen Arbor Animal Hospital, we can access your records at the time of your pet’s appointment!

Dogs – Rabies, distemper combination (DHPP), and Bordetella (kennel cough)

Cats – Rabies and FVRCP

Vaccines must be given a minimum of two weeks prior to their grooming appointment.

Grooming Prices

Prices depend on services requested and vary depending on the condition of your pet’s coat. Please call PawSpa for an estimate.

PawSpa Hours

PawSpa is conveniently open 5-days a week!

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday; 8:00 am – 2:00 pm.

Wednesday and Sunday; Closed

Services Provided

Basic Bath: Includes nail trim, ear cleaning, and external anal gland expression.

Hair Cut: Includes haircut, bath, nail trim, ear cleaning and external anal gland expression.

Additional Services: Nail grinding, teeth brushing, brush out, face trim.