Highlands Animal Clinic

Modern medicine with old-fashioned service in the Denver Highlands.

Highlands Animal Clinic

Where everyone knows your pet’s name.

Highlands Animal Clinic

Your neighborhood vet clinic.

At Highlands Animal Clinic, we want to be here for the life of your pet.

We treat your pets as if they were our own. Through prevention, early detection and progressive treatment, we aim to provide your pet with the maximum quantity and quality of life.

Our state-of-the-art amenities are nestled in a restored Victorian that is as warm and welcoming as our veterinary team. We know that the environment is critical to care and comfort, so we created a space that feels like home for you and your pet.



Monday 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Tuesday 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Wednesday 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Thursday 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Friday 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Saturday 8 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Sunday Closed

*We are closed Mon - Fri from 1:00pm - 2:00pm for lunch

Our Services

Our veterinarians prioritize prevention and integrative, whole-pet health — because your pet deserves the best care, tailored to their specific needs. We get to know you and your pet on a personal level to determine the most appropriate and beneficial health plans.


Regular exams, along with pertinent lab work, are the foundation of your pet’s wellness.  We want to prevent disease, not just treat it.

Internal Medicine

Our experience and compassion drive early diagnosis and quicker treatment with the help of blood work machines, digital radiography, ultrasounds, cardiology and hospitalization.


These evidence-based treatments improve quality of life for many pets, especially those suffering from hindlimb mobility and neurological issues.


Whether your pet needs an elective spay or neuter, orthopedic repair of a torn cruciate ligament or fracture  or soft tissue surgery, such as a lumpectomy or cystotomy — they will always be comfortable and safe in our state-of-the-art surgical building next door.

Dental Care

Just like it does for us, our pet’s bad breath may signal deeper issues. We check your pet's teeth at least annually and encourage at-home dental health care.  Dogs and cats also need regular dental scaling, polishing, and x-rays to remove tartar and address possible underlying infection and pain.

Specialty services

We offer in-house ultrasound, cardiology, and specialized surgeries and orthopedics through our veterinary specialist partners.

Events & Sponsorships

Highlands Farmer’s Market

Summer Sundays, starting in June, 9am-1pm,
32nd and Lowell

Highlands Street Fair

Saturday, June 25, 2022,
W. 32nd Ave.

Berkeley Barkley Dog Jog

Saturday, September 24, 2022, 10am,
Berkeley Lake Park, 4601 W 46th Ave.

Brown Elementary School Poker Night

returning October 2021,
details to follow

Highlands UMC Blessing of the Animals

October 9th, '22, 1:00pm - 3:00pm
Located @ the Highlands Animal Clinic front yard

Highlands Harvest Festival

Sunday, October 30th from 2:00pm - 5:00pm
32nd Ave - from Lowell Blvd. to Perry St


What the PET PARENTS are saying

"Good clinic- they are always helpful. My dog actually likes going to the vet, and I am glad we are customers here. I recommend their services to anyone in the area. The very professional and informative staff are always willing to answer any questions you have. Also, it's a nice location in the middle of a quaint town across from a coffee shop. I know it's a good place because my dog entered alone (due to covid-19) and came out tail wagging and smiling!!”

- Janelle W.

"We love Highlands Animal Clinic. Dr. Anderson has taken incredible care of our dog Lucy for the past two years and his care has been the best. Lucy is our baby and means the world to us, and they are the only veterinary office we trust with her. Dr. Anderson is so gentle with Lucy, and really listens to my husband or myself when we have questions or concerns. I truly get the feeling that everyone cares so much for her when we are there. Thank you so much for the incredible care you provide our girl.”

- Samantha A.

"I absolutely LOVE everyone who works here. They have taken amazing care of both our huskies every time, always taking as much time as needed with their appointments (and it’s always affordable). Dr. Jenkins saved our little foster puppy’s life by diagnosing early stages of parvo while she was doing our dogs’ annual wellness exam - our foster pup didn’t even have an appointment, and we wouldn’t have known anything was wrong until it was too late if she hadn’t been so on top of it and cared so much. It’s a huge relief to have such an amazing veterinary team nearby."

- Maddie M

"This team of veterinarians is amazing. Our kitty was just diagnosed with diabetes, and they’ve been so helpful and patient in getting her back to health. Our doggo loves them, too! I think we’ve seen all the doctors and each one of them has gone above and beyond to provide us with information during COVID and answer any and all questions we may have.”

- Kate W.

"I have been going to Highlands Animal Clinic since they opened. I have to give my praises to Dr. Jenkins. When I first met her (Dr. Jenkins), I had an 8-year-old Bull-mastiff/Lab mix that had mobility issues. My dog could not get up on the couch or climb in bed and going for a walk was painful. Allison did 6 acupuncture treatments on my old dog. This old dog is now almost 16. She can still get on the couch and climb in bed. Nowadays we go in for routine laser therapy and I see a quality of life in my dog who has surpassed her years and is still thriving. I am not sure who is more determined - My 16-year-old big dog or the Veterinarian?! I think it is a team effort! I love it and appreciate the folks at Highlands Animal Clinic. As an owner of 4 senior pets - I highly recommend this clinic.”

- Kate W.


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