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  • Bodacious Bully
    It goes without saying that 14 week old Brutus was a total showstopper this morning... there wasn't a single staff member that didn't stop to snuggle and love on this Read more
  • A Wonderful "Thank You"
    This "thank you" is beyond measure! Dr. Tony received this amazing framed portrait from Tyni's dad, Gary, with the words "Thank you for saving my life Dr Tony" written across Read more
  • Love Your Pet Day
    Today is National Love Your Pet Day and we want you to know that on this day, and every other single one throughout the year WE LOVE YOUR PETS. Thank you Read more
  • Shepherds Here, There, Everywhere!
    Hmmm... There seems to be a theme for our Dental Cleanings today... Let's get some "likes" for our beautiful German Shepherd girls! (All from different families!) Read more
  • Valentine's Day
    Happy Valentines Day from our Barrington Cupid Have a wonderful weekend everyone! Read more
  • All Ears!
    "What's that you say?" Four month old Daisy here is all ears! (Literally!) Read more
  • Mac Is Makin' Us Work For It
    Some of our patients make us really work for it! Now to figure out the best way to lure Mac down for his exam...Cat treats? Cat nip? Canned food? Laser Read more
  • Workin' For a Livin'
    Did you know that when Barrington isn't here he's actually working part time at the Corner Store Gas Station across from us? We just want to apologize in advance for Read more
  • Sprout Update
    Remember Sprout from last week? Well he has found his forever home- with our Receptionist Paige!  We love when our Fox Hollow Family grows, and especially when it's a rescue Read more
  • Leptospirosis
    IF YOU ARE A DOG OWNER PLEASE READ: This little guy is Tony, and he is desperately fighting for his life against Leptospirosis, a disease that has been spreading through Denver Read more
  • Labor & Delivery Edition!
    Fox Hollow: Labor and Delivery Room Edition! Timber's mom rushed her in after she had been in active labor and had not produced any puppies, and it's a good thing Read more
  • Sprout
    There are many different varieties of sprouts... But we think this one is the best of them! Sprout came to us from his foster home with Foothills Animal Shelter to Read more
  • Puppy Pictures Aren't Always Easy...
    Jake was thoroughly unimpressed with all of our squeaky noises and whistle calls to look at the camera, he'd rather just chill and get to know Doc Tony. And he's Read more
  • Welcome Dr. Ross!
    It's official: We now have a Henderson trifecta! We are so excited (and know you are too) to welcome Dr. Ross Henderson on his first day! Read more
  • Bone Gone Wrong
    Poor Luna got her marrow bone stuck on her jaw behind her lower canines. Luckily, her family was closely monitoring her with the treat and brought her in immediately. She Read more
  • New Years Alone...
    Well, he had to spend Christmas alone, and now the New Year?! We can't believe Tucker (Orion) has not been adopted yet! Luckily he has Greg to make him feel Read more

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Fox Hollow Animal Hospital

Monday:

7:30 am-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:30 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:30 am-7:00 pm

Thursday:

7:30 am-7:00 pm

Friday:

7:30 am-7:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-2:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonial

  • "Great experience. For me, the most important thing was low stress. I had a new, large dog that needed to be neutered. I was able to make the appointment online, receive confirmation and drop him off at the appointed time without any delay. The procedure went well and I was able to pick him up when I got off work. Again, stress free and quick."
    Ronda F. Lakewood, CO
  • ""Fox Hollow Animal Hospital has the nicest staff! They treat my little Ringo like their own. The doctor was great! Right off the bat he hugged and loved on my little boy! I feel so comfortable taking my dog to Fox Hollow! Thank you!""
    Laura Carpenter
  • ""All of the office staff and veterinarians have always been kind and professional, especially during difficult visits.""
    Lindsay May