At Colorado Equine Clinic, you can expect state of the art medical care for your animals. We believe in nurturing the human-animal bond and creating a harmonious relationship between people and animals. You can expect to be greeted by a courteous receptionist, clean exam rooms, friendly doctors, and caring technicians. We appreciate the role we get to play in your animals’ health care.
Colorado Equine Clinic is a full-service equine veterinary practice established in 1988. We are passionate about the horse-human bond, offering medical care for horses in the Douglas, Jefferson, Arapahoe, Denver, and Elbert counties.
Our experienced veterinarians take pride in thorough examinations and the desire to find an accurate diagnosis, in turn healing your horse for long-term wellbeing. Our reputation stems from an unwavering commitment to quality, both in equine healthcare and in our relationship with clients and community.
Colorado Equine Clinic treats horses of all disciplines, levels, and ages. Our veterinarians have special interests in sports medicine, podiatry, and dentistry, and have obtained national certification to provide the alternative modalities of chiropractic, acupuncture, and farriery.
Dr. Page an expert in podiatry, sports medicine and lameness issues. She is known across the country for her unique talent and gift of diagnosing lameness when others could not. Because of her undying passion for these modalities she has established the International Foundation for Equine Podiatry Research. Watch the video here, to learn more about her foundation.
Dr. Page is outstanding and understands my horses' needs. The staff is helpful and supportive and I know I can count on the whole team when and if something goes wrong.
I just can't say enough good things about Dr. Barbara Page. Dr. Page has and is always so willing to explain and teach you all about what's going on with your horse. I'm extremely grateful to be able to call Dr. Page my vet! Thanks for doing all that you do for my horses and my clients horses!
My silly little pony and I had our first appointment with Dr. Baer last week. She took time to answer all my questions and did a thorough head to tail exam of my horse. As with most small horses, his mouth needed lots of attention and Dr. Baer carefully floated his teeth in their cramped space. Mariah, the technician, had her hands full keeping this short guy's head up for his float, but she did it happily and kindly. I knew my pony was in the best of hands. I enrolled in a maintenance program and it has already saved me money!