Welcome to My Pet\\\'s Place
Your Veterinarian in Littleton CO
Call us at (303) 683-0330

Our Pack Members

staff

The people who care for your dogs and cats here at My Pet’s Place do not just consider it a job, they consider it a passion. We as a team look after your animals as if they were our own and take the time to ensure that they receive the up-most amount of care, playtime and attention. Our staff here are all trained in animal first aid, behavior evaluation and general pet illness recognition. You’ll dogs will come running into our facility ready to play with their best pals here at My Pet’s Place.

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We offer outdoor exercise time with either a staff member or a group of friendly, playful dogs for your pet to participate in. Ask us about the details on our boarding packages. For our feline friends, we have a cat room away from the dogs, and complete with kitty condos so that they may be comfortable. For any veterinary needs your pet may have, Redstone Animal Hospital is on site and available to our boarding clients. We provide a bed for each dog and cat, food bowls, and toys. If you so choose, we serve Science Diet: Sensitive Stomach and Skin dry kibble at no additional cost. (We do have a surcharge of feeding measurements exeeding 4 cups per day.) If you would like, you may bring your own food and treats. For storage purposes we ask that you measure out daily proportions. Personal belongings however are not accepted as we cannot guarantee their return.

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The Dog House

All of our standard runs have indoor/outdoor access for our canine boarders. This allows them to come in and out as they please rather than feel confined and minimizes stress. For your small dogs, we have a small dog room and small dog suites to make them all the more comfortable during their stay. Our West Facility, commonly expressed as the B-wing features our newest addition of indoor only kennels. Lined with plexi-glass and proxy flooring in a climate controlled facility; dogs who are prone to fear towards a kennel setting will love this new addition. Call us and ask about a tour so that we may place your dogs in the room that suits them for their stay.

Mindi Hein
Littleton Veterinarian | My Pet\\\'s Place | (303) 683-0330

9111 S. Santa Fe Drive
Littleton, CO 80125

Our Locations

Office Hours

Main Office

Monday:

6:30 am-8:00 pm

Tuesday:

6:30 am-8:00 pm

Wednesday:

6:30 am-8:00 pm

Thursday:

6:30 am-8:00 pm

Friday:

6:30 am-8:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

10:00 am-12:00 pm

6:00 pm-8:00 pm

Testimonials

  • "This place is awesome! They take picture's and videos of your Fur Baby! Georgia was super scared her first day we went the second day and she was howling and dancing all the way to her Daycare! She loves it! Thanks Guys for making it safe and fun!"
    Whitney C.
  • "We boarded our St Saint Bernard mix dog. This was Sophie first time in any Kennel. She can be alittle aggressive towards new people. She did great and the staff was really good with her. We highly recommend them."
    Joy A.
  • "My little puppy seems to have so much fun playing with the other doggies! Love the online pictures - it's fun to see what our little whoodle is doing during the day! The staff really make the place - they like taking care of our pups!"
    Katherine S.

Featured Articles

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  • Epilepsy

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