Aspen Grove Veterinary Care announced and honored their 20,000th patient on Friday, May 4 with a photo opt and a special dog treat from Bones Du Jour. Kayli Little and her dog, Laika, were welcomed by the staff of Aspen Grove Veterinary Care during an on-site appointment.
The Humane Society of Weld County is the only 501(c) 3 non-profit animal shelter in Weld County and provides care to over 4,000 homeless and unwanted pets in the area each year. “The Humane Society of Weld County is the perfect example of dedication and genuine love to the animals in our area. Their staff members are well educated and made my journey to finding Laika a breeze,” said Little. “I would highly recommend this facility to anyone wanting to adopt!”
“Laika and I would like to thank Aspen Grove Veterinary Care for making us feel at home during our appointment,” said Little. “Everyone at the clinic is committed to doing their very best as evidenced by the hard work and effort they put into each patient. We are honored to be their 20,000th patient and grateful to have such an amazing veterinary clinic in Northern Colorado.”
Bobby and Jaime Cawthron, Co-Owners of Aspen Grove Veterinary Care, relocated to Fort Collins from Austin, Texas to purchase the practice in 2006. “It took one weekend for us to fall in love with Fort Collins and want to be a part of this wonderful community,” says Bobby Cawthron, Lead Veterinarian and Co-Owner of Aspen Grove Veterinary Care.
From being the first veterinary hospital in Fort Collins to offer therapy laser in 2008 to being named Fort Collins Small Business of the Year in 2014, Aspen Grove Veterinary Care has flourished in Northern Colorado and continues to grow each day. At the beginning of 2018, the clinic announced The Cabins at Aspen Grove, an expansion offering premier overnight boarding for pets and a spacious doggie daycare facility.
Along with the years of dedication to all Northern Colorado pets, Aspen Grove Veterinary Care regularly gives back to the community. “By providing free exams for adoptees at Fort Collins Cat Rescue and Animal House, hosting an Adopt-a- Thon and participating in The House That Beer Built through Habitat for Humanity our staff is able to show unwavering support to a community that has given us so much,” said Jaime Cawthron, Hospital Director and Co-Owner of Aspen Grove Veterinary Care.
The hospital also provides free exams at any time for all adoptees from Weld and Larimer County Humane Society!
“As we celebrate this milestone, Aspen Grove Veterinary Care would like to thank our past and current patients who have made us a success over the last 11 years. We started as a small 4-person clinic and without the driving force of everyone supporting us along the way we would not be the current staff of 23 expert professionals that we are today,” said Cawthron.