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Our Mission is to provide exceptional, compassionate veterinary care and excellent customer service to conscientious animal owners in the foothill communities and along Denver's front range. In addition to complete mobile and in-house veterinary services, we take pride in providing advanced Equine Dentistry, Animal Acupuncture & Animal Chiropractic services at your location or ours.

Aspen Creek Veterinary Hospital treats equine clientele, llamas, alpacas, cattle, goats, sheep, pigs (including pot-bellied) in addition to comprehensive small animal service (dogs, cats, etc.). Mobile veterinary services, Animal Chiropractic, Animal Acupunture and Equine Dentistry Services are offered to clients in the foothill communities and all along Denver's front range. Hospital services are available to all clients wishing to transport to our facility in Conifer.

We are conveniently located in central Conifer
less than 14 miles from Denver and
2 miles from Hwy 285 on Pleasant Park Rd.

23605 Oehlmann Park Road
Conifer, CO 80433

Phone: (303) 697-4864
Fax: (303) 697-5010

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Upcoming Events


(Starting now through the end of February)

20% OFF Dog and Cat dental cleanings:

- Regular dental care is important for the overall health of your dogs and cats.  Schedule a dental before the end of February to take advantage of this great offer.  Dental package price includes pre-anesthetic exam, IV catheter and IV fluids, general anesthesia and monitoring, dental charting, remove tartar and plaque, ultrasonic cleaning, flouride treatment and flouride polish. 

Additional services such as x-rays, extractions, medications, etc. may be indicated and will be regular priced.  Blood work and exam are required prior to general anesthesia.

Two for One Equine Dentals:

Schedule two or more horses for dentals (Powerfloats) at the same time and location, and receive 50% off the price of the dental treatment.  Regular farm call and sedation prices apply.  Equine Dentistry package includes an oral exam, dental charting, motorized equilibration or "float", and bit seat placement.  Appointments must be booked and completed before the end of February.  Call now to schedule an appointment before slots are full!  303-697-4864.



Second Annual Performance Horse Seminar:

Sunday February 23rd

Location: Jefferson County Fairgrounds, Green Mountain Rooms

Time: 8:30 am - 4:00 PM

Cost: $10/person includes coffee, lunch, and a gift bag. 

Call the office: 303-697-4864 to register or send an email request to:

Registration is now open!   Spaces are limited and we recommend early registration (no registration at the door).  This event takes place indoors (including the horse demonstrations) and there will not be weather cancellations.


"Recognizing and Understanding Myofascial Pain and the 'Wind Up' Phenomenon in Horses" Timothy Holt, DVM, Faculty CSU

"Neck and Back Pain in the Horse" Melinda Story, DVM, DACVS, cIVCA, Faculty CSU

"The Advantages of a Well Fitting Saddle"  Bev Harrison, Qualified Saddle Fitter (saddle fitting demonstration included)

"Equine Joint Health"  Victoria Maxwell, DVM, Technical Services Director Luitpold Animal Health, Lexington, KY.

"Hock Lameness:  Is it affecting performance without you realizing it?  Recognition and Treatment Options"  Shannon Harland, DVM, cIVCA

"The End of 'Navicular Syndrome'? New thoughts on caudal heel pain"  Ashleigh Olds, DVM, DABVP - Equine Practice

"Chiropractic Demonstration - how regular adjustment can improve performance and comfort"  Shannon Harland, DVM, cIVCA



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Animal Chiropractic Service: Shannon Harland, DVM is now IVCA (International Veterinary Chiropractic Association) certified in Animal Chiropractic care for both large and small animal patients. Chiropractic care can be very beneficial for a wide range of issues in dogs and horses. To schedule an appointment or for more information, please feel free to call the office.

Animal Acupunture: Aspen Creek Veterinary Hospital is now offering animal acupuncture services. We believe that a combination of traditional and non-traditional treatments can truly benefit some patients. Animal acupuncture may beneficial effects for a variety of conditions in horses, dogs, and cats. Some of the specific issues that can benefit from acupuncture include: peripheral nerve paralysis or nerve damage, intervertebral disk disease, arthritis pain, incontinence, irritable bowel dysfunction, neck or back pain, hot spots, chronic renal failure, megacolon, urinary tract inflammation, and more. We have a veterinarian trained and certified by the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society available for consults and treatment sessions. If you would like more information about this service, please feel free to call.

Did you know Aspen Creek offers a complete line of supplements and prescription veterinary diets: We are distributers for EquiPride and Platinum Performance for horses as well as Purina, Royal Canin, and Hill’s Prescription veterinary diets for dogs and cats. Some items need to be special ordered, so please call ahead.



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