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Chatfield Veterinary Hospital
Your Veterinarian in Littleton CO
Call us at (303) 978-9750


Welcome to Chatfield Veterinary Hospital, your one-stop shop for premium veterinary care, boarding, daycare, and grooming! We are a small practice dedicated to providing quality, personalized care for your pets, and the highest level of customer service to you.

Our mission is to work with you and your pets to achieve the best care and most affordable treatment options in the Littleton area. We understand how much your pet means to you, and our professional and knowledgeable staff treats all our patients with that understanding in mind. Our services range from routine preventative care, medical and surgical care, dentistry, and early diagnosis and treatment of conditions that affect our pets.

Here on our webpage you can find all the information you need to make your first visit, and every visit after, a positive and welcoming experience. To inquire about our clinic or any of the services we provide, we welcome you to call us or visit the clinic and our friendly staff will help you in any way they can. We look forward to seeing you and your pet!


NOTICE TO GROOMING CLIENTS: Tabea, our regular groomer, has been on maternity leave and is expected to return on September 1st. We had a temporary groomer who left unexpectedly so we have been doing our best to try and get some of the grooming clients taken care of. Unfortunately this has meant having to reschedule some of our regular grooming clients. We apologize for the extreme inconvenience this has caused and hope to have the issue resolved as soon as our regular groomer returns. We have taken care of scheduling Tabea her first month back but moving forward she will be handling the grooming schedule. Our receptionists are currently taking names and numbers of clients who wish to get on the grooming schedule and they will get a call from Tabea when she returns. We thank you again for your continued patience.


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*Please allow at least 24 hours for prescription refills!

Hours of operation:

Monday - Thursday: 7:30am - 7:00pm

Friday: 7:30am - 6:00pm

Saturday: 8:00am - 2:00pm

Sunday: CLOSED


IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY:

If you believe your pet needs emergency care outside of our normal business hours, please call:

VRCC (Veterinary Referral Center of Colorado)

(303) 874-7387

3550 S Jason St, Englewood, CO 80110


Deer Creek Animal Hospital

(303) 973-4200

10148 W Chatfield Ave, Littleton, CO 80127


Colorado Veterinary Specialists & Animal ER

(303) 794-1188

221 W County Line Rd, Littleton, CO 80129



Dr. Lori Perrow
Littleton Veterinarian | Chatfield Veterinary Hospital | (303) 978-9750

Reach Boarding and Daycare directly at: 720.257.3083

8420 W. Ken Caryl Ave

Littleton, CO 80128 5238

Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "What can I say....my lab Annie starts whining and getting excited as soon as she see the Vets from the road. She LOVES everyone there. So do I :-)"
  • "Moved to Colorado 8 years ago, and instantly began with CVH.. With each cat I have owned, all the care have always been the best and very caring! All the people, techs, receptionist, groomer, doctors, have always gone above and beyond!!! Thank you!!!"

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Primary Hours

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 – 6:00 PM

Saturday:

8:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Sunday:

4 - 6 (Boarding Pick Up Only)

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