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Welcome to Southwest Veterinary Hospital, PC! We Are Pleased to Serve Littleton, CO, and Surrounding Areas

When you need medical care for your pet, we hope that Southwest Veterinary Hospital, PC in Littleton, CO, will be your first choice. Our experienced veterinary team is committed to providing the best care possible for our clients’ pets. Dr. Sara Mark and Dr. Jennifer Adams, our veterinarians, have decades of combined experience in providing compassionate medical services for pets in the Littleton area as well as the surrounding vicinities. We understand that as a pet owner, you want the very best quality of care for your animals, and that is why we hope to impress you with the level of our professional services.

Veterinary Innovation

To provide the highest level of care for our clients, we believe that education never ends for our staff. The veterinarians and assistants at Southwest Veterinary Hospital, PC stay up-to-date with the latest innovations in veterinary science and strive to remain on the cutting edge of veterinary care. When you bring your pets to our animal hospital for care, you can rest assured that they are receiving treatment from a dedicated, highly-trained team.

Quality Services in Littleton, CO

Here are some of the services our veterinarians routinely provide to pets:

  • Wellness Exams: A complete physical exam is recommended at least once a year for most pets and twice a year for older pets.
  • Vaccinations: Protect your pets from potentially deadly viral diseases with vaccinations offered by Dr. Sara Mark and Dr. Jennifer Adams.
  • Flea and Tick Control: With a wide variety of flea and tick control products available, we can work with you to determine the best product to meet your pets’ needs.
  • Pet Dentistry: Pets cannot brush their teeth, so they need additional care from their human owners, and occasionally, some professional dental work from Southwest Veterinary Hospital, PC.
  • Preventive Medicine: Early disease detection is the best way to prolong the lives of your animals, so you can enjoy their companionship for years to come.
  • Diagnostic Testing: In addition to a physical examination, we can provide blood work, x-rays, fecal exams, urinalysis, and many additional tests to diagnose illness in pets.
  • Pet Surgery: In the event that your animals need soft tissue surgery, we are trained and equipped to help.
  • Weight Management: Pet obesity is becoming a major problem, which can contribute to a range of additional health problems. We can come up with a weight management program to help a pet lose a few pounds.

Contact Southwest Veterinary Hospital, PC in Littleton, CO

See how veterinary care from our expert veterinarians can do for your companion animals. If you'd like to schedule a wellness exam or any other service for your pets, call Southwest Veterinary Hospital, PC in Littleton, CO, at (303) 794-2697.

Meet Our Doctors

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr. Sara Mark

    Dr. Mark not only received the inaugural presentation of the Maxwell Dowd Paws of Praise Award from Children's Hospital Colorado on April 15th, but also was chosen by the Denver Area Panhellenic as the 2016 Alumnae Achievement Award recipient for her service to the community, volunteer involvement, and service to the sorority.

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  • Dr. Jennifer Adams

    Dr. Jennifer grew up in the Kansas City area and received her Bachelors of Science in Biology as well as her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Kansas State University. Upon graduation, she immediately headed to Denver where she has been practicing small animal medicine since 1997. She joined Southwest Veterinary Hospital in early 2008. Her veterinary interests include dentistry and soft tissue surgery.

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  • Dr. Alexandra Gold

    We’ve been searching for the right fit for our practice for a long time – and we have found her!

    Dr. Gold is a 2020 graduate of the Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences.

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Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Dr. Mark is an exceptional vet. She is bilingual- speaks both English and Dogish."
    Elveda L.
  • "I was happy with the care and concern my vet doctor used in examining Missy. We then discussed the options for treatment of her back pain. I am a returning client as we have moved to Elizabeth area, but I missed the Southwest Veterinary Hospital staff's experience and kindness in dealing with medical problems. Thank you everyone."
    Myron S.

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Office Hours - Monday through Friday, we close for the lunch hour from 12:30 to 1:30 PM.

On the second Friday of each month, we close from noon to 2 PM for our staff meeting.

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