Littleton Paws Animal Hospital

Littleton Paws Animal Hospital is an AAHA-accredited, full-service veterinary medical facility, located in Littleton, Colorado. Dr. Jennifer Tremblay and the professional, courteous staff at Littleton Paws Animal Hospital seeks to provide the best possible medical care, surgical care and dental care for their highly-valued patients. We are committed to promoting responsible pet ownership, preventative health care and health-related educational opportunities for our clients. Littleton Paws Animal Hospital strives to offer excellence in veterinary care to Littleton, CO and the surrounding areas. Please take a moment to contact us today, to learn more about our veterinary practice and to find out more information about how Littleton Paws Animal Hospital can serve the needs of you and your cherished pet.
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  • 5035 South Kipling Parkway
  • Suite B-5
  • Littleton,CO 80127
  • Phone: (303) 973-1200
  • Fax: (303) 973-8380
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  • Mon/Tues: 8:00am - 6:00pm
  • Wed:8:00am - 6:00pm
  • Thurs: Closed
  • Fri: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Sat 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
  • Sun: Closed
  • Walk ins and emergencies welcome
  • Dr. Jennifer Tremblay

    Dr. Jennifer Tremblay

    Veterinarian
    My name is Dr. Jennifer Tremblay. I am the chief veterinarian on staff and I welcome you into our Littleton Paws home.

    I am originally from Illinois where I was born and raised in a small rural Northwest community called Harvard.    I grew up on a 10-acre farm filled with many different kinds of animals. I guess it really was no surprise to my family when I started proclaiming I wanted to be a veterinarian at the age of 7 and would follow our horse vet around like a shadow whenever he came to the house. I was an active member of my county’s 4-H program for 10 years. I also belonged to the Quarter Horse Association and the Arabian Horse Association. I showed horses throughout my teenage years. 

    People love to ask me how long I’ve been in this field and I always answer “so far, my whole life”. I began at the bottom of the ladder at 15 years old mucking out stalls for a large animal vet and then moved up to a kennel attendant position in a small animal hospital. Over the years I have been a technician’s assistant, a receptionist, a veterinary technician, then finally a veterinarian.

    I went to Iowa State University for my undergraduate work and earned two bachelor’s degrees. My first was a Bachelor of Science Degree in Zoology. My second was a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology, with an emphasis in animal behavior. During that stretch of schooling, I worked as a veterinary technician is DesMoines, Iowa commuting back and forth from Ames. Next stop was veterinary school and to see the Colorado mountains for the first time. I was so proud to be accepted to Colorado State University, which is always ranked in the top 5 veterinary schools for small animal medicine. Go CSU!! For those who don’t know, there are only 22 veterinary schools in North America, so we really have a gem in our own backyard.

    After graduating from the 22nd grade with my Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine, I moved to Las Vegas. I practiced there for 7 years at some of the highest caliber animal hospitals in the area. I learned emergency medicine, dermatology, internal medicine, general and advanced surgery, enhanced my education with more courses on performing echocardiograms, and abdominal ultrasounds. While I was busy working alongside boarded specialist I even got the idea I might want to go back to school and become boarded myself but the thought of another 2-4 years of tuition was too daunting an idea. Right around that time I was offered a position back in beautiful Colorado.

    Another 4 years passed while I diligently practiced general and emergency medicine in Thornton, Colorado. Finally, I decided to go out on my own and pursue my real dream- to start my own practice and offer veterinary medicine the way I remember it as a child: a caring hand, a reassuring smile, and hopefully a healing touch. It really is the best job in the world and I consider myself lucky every day I get to help heal someone’s pet.  I love what I do - always.