Banfield Pet Hospital® - Denver Willow Grove
1402 S Parker Rd Unit A100 | Denver, CO 80231Call 303-647-1623
|Monday||8:00am - 6:00pm|
|Tuesday||8:00am - 6:00pm|
|Wednesday||8:00am - 6:00pm|
|Thursday||8:00am - 6:00pm|
|Friday||8:00am - 6:00pm|
|Saturday||8:00am - 5:00pm|
- Early Morning Drop-Off Service
- Optimum Wellness Plans®
- Spanish speakers available
- Prescription pet foods available
- Animal Flea Control
- Animal Microchipping
- Veterinary Dentistry
- Veterinary Euthanasia
- Veterinary Vaccinations
- New Pet Initial Visit
- Physical Exam
A great local veterinarian loves your pet (almost) as much as you do by providing the best preventive pet health care. From nose-to-tail veterinary medical exams to vaccinations, microchipping, dental care and surgery, you’ll find the vet your pet deserves at your neighborhood Banfield Pet Hospital®. We’re committed to partnering with you for your pet’s health and happiness, and your peace of mind with:
• 900+ hospitals with convenient evening and weekend hours
• Optimum Wellness Plans® for affordable and comprehensive care
• Online access to your pet's medical records
• And so much more!
We are located at the corner of Florida and Parker in the Walmart Neighborhood Market shopping center and are not inside of a PetSmart. We have an exam room and a hospital ward specifically designed for cats including Feliway to reduce stress. Every hospitalized pet gets a warm fleece blanket; we have Adaptil and classical music playing in our dog ward to minimize stress.
Banfield is here to take the best possible care of your furry family members. We hope to meet you and your pet soon!
Dr. Kelly Foster is originally from Birmingham, Alabama. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in biology from Birmingham-Southern College and then from Auburn University as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. She joined Banfield Pet Hospital in 2011 and her areas of interest include ophthalmology. She has a golden retriever (Sam), a hound mix (Buster), and three cats (Schmitty da Kitty, Rufus, and Mattie). When not at work, Dr. Foster enjoys spending time with her husband Clay hiking in Rocky Mountain National Park or traveling to tropical beaches and jungles.read more
My guiding force in veterinary medicine is 'paying it forward'. I grew up in rural Pennsylvania with a great community of teachers and 4-H leaders that influenced me to keep pursuing my education. Their influence inspires me to want to give back to my community as they did.
Banfield empowers me to do just that. I can assist owners by treating their pet's illness. In addition, I can educate owners about how preventative care can improve the quality of life for their pet through our preventative care plans. In addition to working for Banfield, I volunteer both internationally and locally. In Nicaragua with Rural Area Veterinary Services and in Honduras with Equine Initiative, I care for working horses and teach veterinary students. In Denver, I volunteer with a spay/neuter clinic.
I completed my undergraduate degree at the University of Colorado, Denver with a major in biology and a minor in physics focused on biomechanics. I studied veterinary medicine at the University of Edinburgh, giving me the opportunity to achieve accreditation by the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Royal College of Veterinary Surgery, the Australasian Veterinary Boards Council and the European Association of Establishments for Veterinary Education. When I am not at the clinic, I can be found mentoring 4-H youth back in my hometown or in Colorado. I also enjoy hiking, camping and playing fiddle.
Dr. Cano grew up in Washington State, graduating from Pacific Lutheran University with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and later, from Washington State University School of Veterinary Medicine. He moved to Colorado to be with his fianc� and their family. Right now, they have a rat, Blitzen, but hope to adopt a dog soon! Dr. Cano is interested in surgery, population management, and preventative care. When he�s not with the Banfield team, he likes to be hunched over a good game of chess, play ukulele and sing, and kick things in Tae Kwon Do class.
Dr. Poad grew up in Chicago and completed her undergraduate at St. Louis University with a B.A. in biology. She then attended Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine. She moved to Colorado after completing an externship with Banfield during her fourth year of veterinary school. She has a dog named Louis and two cats named Charles and Alex. Outside of working at Banfield, she enjoys hiking with Louis (and sometimes the cats!) as well as swimming and exploring new places in Denver.read more