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Since 1975, Wadsworth Animal Hospital has provided quality veterinary care for dogs and cats in the greater Denver area, including Lakewood, Englewood, Arvada and Littleton. Located in Lakewood's Bel Mar neighborhood, Wadsworth offers comprehensive treatment services for the "other members" of your family, from pet dental care and pet vaccinations to radiology and a full pet pharmacy. At Wadsworth, your pets are assured of advanced care that recognizes and responds to their unique needs.
We offer compassionate, knowledgeable pet wellness care for all stages of your pet's life, from kitten and puppy pet vaccinations--we believe that the benefits of pet vaccinations outweigh side effects--to conditions associated with senior pets. Pet dental care and pet dermatology for the range of skin allergies and ear infections are key elements of our pet wellness care approach, as is pet acupuncture. In addition, our full pet pharmacy supports your pet's prescription medicine and food needs, offering quality and convenience.
At Wadsworth Veterinary Hospital, we are committed to giving your dogs and cats the same high-quality treatment, from pet vaccinations to acupuncture, that you would want for any family member. Our veterinarians want to be your "other family doctor," supporting your pet through all life stages.
Dr. Eric Eisen received his DVM from Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine after also receiving a Master of Science from New Mexico State University and a Bachelor of Science from the University of Massachusetts. His professional interests include pet dermatology, pet dental care and the medical needs of giant breed dogs. He and his wife have an Irish Wolfhound named Myrna.
Dr. Erika Olson received her DVM from Colorado State University. A graduate of CSU's medical acupuncture course, she has practiced pet acupuncture on cats, dogs, ferrets, rodents-even a turtle. She joined our animal hospital in 2010 after previously practicing small animal medicine in Seattle, Washington. Dr. Olson shares her home with her husband, son and daughter, one dog, one cat, a bearded dragon and a one-eyed goldfish.
Dr. Heather Moffett received her DVM from The Ohio State University. She joined our practice in 2015 after practicing large and small animal medicine in Utah for 4 years. Dr. Moffett shares her home with her husband, her two sons, and three cats.
Dr. Heidi Leder received her DVM from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and became certified in Veterinary Medical Acupuncture in 2015. She joined our practice in 2015 after moving here from North Carolina. Dr. Leder shares her home with her Great Dane, Zed Leppelin.
Our veterinarians are supported by Allyson, a University of Colorado graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Biology, who is our practice manager and has been with our animal hospital since 2000. She lives with her Great Dane, Benny. Our veterinary assistants include Amber, Janet, Hannah, Erin, Cami, Shelby, and Jenna. Our receptionist is Aurianna.
We are committed to providing quality veterinary services and compassionate care to all of the pets we see. Please contact our office today at 303-219-7788 to schedule an appointment with us today.