"In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, Animal Oasis of the Rockies will still be providing House Call Services in an attempt to keep our fur babies happy and healthy. If you are interested in scheduling a House Call, please give us a call to discuss our particular requirements. Remember, if you are experiencing any symptoms associated with this virus, please let us know so we can make proper arrangements for your pet. Stay healthy friends, we are here for you!"

1275 E 1st Ave, Unit D 

Broomfield, Co 80020

20% off exams and vaccinations for new clients.

Annual exams. New puppy/kittens exams.
Excludes sick/problem exams
Limit 1 pet per household

Welcome to Animal Oasis of the Rockies Veterinary Hospital 
Call us at (303) 900-7765

                                             Pet Emergency? Call us right away at (303) 900-7765!

Whether you have just adopted a new pet or have owned one for years, you can trust Animal Oasis of the Rockies with your pet’s veterinary care. Routine veterinary care is essential to your pet’s health. We provide personalized treatments that are designed to keep your pet healthy from birth through his senior years. If you live in or around Broomfield, Colorado, we are your one-stop location for the health and wellness of your beloved pet.

Who We Are

Animal Oasis of the Rockies is a full-service animal hospital serving pet owners in Broomfield and the surrounding communities. Our facility is run by Dr. Stacey Huber and her veterinary care team. Our veterinary experience combined with a genuine love for animals makes us your number one choice for the care of your pet. In addition to providing excellent veterinary care, we maintain a safe, clean, comfortable environment that will put you and your pet at ease as you await treatment.

What We Do

At Animal Oasis Veterinary Hospital, we offer comprehensive veterinary care services for dogs, cats, puppies, and kittens. Our services range from pet wellness exams to dental care, core and non-core vaccinations, diagnostic testing, laser and specialized surgeries, microchipping, emergency care, and critical care. By providing all of these services under one roof, our animal hospital makes it easy for you to keep your pet in the best of health.

Puppy & Kitten Care

If you’ve adopted a puppy or kitten recently, you’ll be glad to know our Broomfield veterinarian specializes in puppy and kitten care. Baby pets need extra care to protect their health. Our puppy and kitten care program includes the following:

  • Comprehensive wellness exams to ensure your puppy or kitten is in good health
  • Blood and fecal tests to check for parasites
  • Parasite medications to keep your pet parasite-free
  • Nutritional counseling to help you make good dietary choices for your pet
  • Behavioral counseling to help your pet develop good habits and behaviors
  • Dental care: to preserve your puppy or kitten’s oral health
  • Spay & Neuter procedures: to prevent unwanted pregnancies and protect your kitten or puppy against reproductive diseases
  • Vaccinations: Puppies and kittens need a series of vaccines to protect them from diseases as their immune systems are still developing. This series can start when your pet is 8 weeks of age and continue every 4 weeks until your pet reaches 16 weeks of age. We will carefully monitor your kitten or pup’s vaccinations to keep him or her safe from life-threatening diseases.

See Our Broomfield Veterinarian for Quality Pet Care

For quality pet care services that you can trust, contact our veterinarian at Animal Oasis of the Rockies in Broomfield, CO. We’re here to meet all of your pet care needs. Call us today at (303) 900-7765 to schedule an appointment.

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Dr. Stacey Huber
Broomfield Veterinarian | Animal Oasis of the Rockies| (303) 900-7765

1275 E 1st Ave, Units DOE/DOG
Broomfield, CO 80020

Meet Our Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Abby Marconi
    Customer Service Representative

    Born and raised in MD, Abby graduated from Towson University dual certified in Education/Special Education where she then went on to teach 2nd grade for 3 years.  Abby and her husband love the outdoors, hiking, skiing, backpacking, and camping.  After some time, they decided they needed a change of scenery and Colorado was the place to do it!  Abby has always had a big heart when it comes to animals of all shapes and sizes, especially her own two fur babies; Reika, a German Shepherd, and Hopper, a Bernese Mountain Dog.  They are the light of her life and have her gushing about them every chance she gets!  Abby is extremely grateful to be a part of the AOR family where she even takes her own pups for all their needs.

  • Jessica DiMartino
    Veterinary Technician

    Jessica recently moved from Oregon where she was a surgical assistant in the veterinary industry for 6 years.  Her passion for animals and the opportunity to educate new pet parents brought her to our team.  She is excited to bring her surgical experience to the AOR team and become a member of a small animal practice also focusing on client communication and preventative care.  

    Jessica loves to be outdoors, hiking with her Labrador, Cashmere, or seeking out perfect fishing spots and exploring the outdoors.  We are very excited to have Jessica join our AOR family!

  • Desirae Santoyo
    Veterinary Technician

    Desirae is passionate about the art of Veterinary medicine.  She has her Bachelors in sports medicine and her Masters in Biomedical Sciences with a specialization in Anatomy and Physiology.  She plans to attend Veterinary school to provide care to animals and education to their owners.  During her free time, Desirae enjoys being outdoors; running, horseback riding, and hiking.  She has two black Labrador Retrievers named Onyx and Ember that are her world. 

  • Jillian Frank
    Veterinary Technician

    Jillian is a student at CU Boulder studying Molecular Biology.  She plans on pursuing vet medicine after undergrad.  Her love of animals was instilled by her mom after growing up rescuing wandering strays and living with an array of pets.  In her free time, you can find her on the mountain either swimming in an alpine lake or summiting a 14'er with her fur baby, Gable, a 90lb Lab mix.  Her kitty, Maysen, stays home protecting the house from pesky insects and the occasional laser pointer. 

  • Aundreya Ibsen
    Lead Technician

    Aundreya has been driven to work with animals her entire life.  She is currently enrolled in online college working towards her technician certification and bachelors in Equine Science.  Aundreya has volunteered at the Colorado Therapeutic Riding Center for 7 years and attended the University of Wyoming for the last year.  She has worked as a Veterinary Technician for the past year and a half.  On her days off Aundreya  loves to hike, camp and ride!

  • Bella Cistaro
    Customer Service Representative

    Bella grew up in California and just graduated with degrees in Communication and Visual Arts.  In her free time she loves to draw, paint and spend time with friends and family. Bella also enjoys the outdoors and is passionate about fitness.  Bella loves to be around animals, to her they bring so much joy to her life.  Her favorite pet is her families cat, Gretta.  Her favorite animal is a Beaver.

  • Melissa Kenney
    Veterinary Technician

    Melissa recently moved to Northern Colorado from Dallas, Texas to pursue her career in the veterinary industry.  She has worked in the veterinary industry for over 2 years and plans to go back to school to get her technician certification.  Melissa has 2 Shih Tzu's, Louie and Maggie and loves them with her whole heart.  In her free time, she loves to bake, hike and be with friends and family.  Melissa is glad she moved here to be a part of this awesome staff.

  • Lisa Alexandre
    Veterinary Technician Assistant

    Lisa has been surrounded by animals for as long as she can remember.  Lisa soon began to realize that her passion towards providing exceptional animal care was something she wanted more of.  Throughout the years Lisa has gained valuable animal care experience.  She made the decision to move to Colorado (from Las Vegas) to pursue veterinary school at CSU.  Lisa enjoys spending time with her family, doing outdoor activities and reading.  She is so excited to be part of Animal Oasis of the Rockies to help care for your pets!

  • Savannah Galvan
    Customer Service Representative

    Bio Coming Soon.

  • Dr.
    Stacey Huber
    DVM / Owner

    Dr. Stacey Huber has always had a passion for
    helping animals.  From a very young age, Dr Stacey knew she wanted to be a
    Veterinarian and realized her life-long dream after graduating from the
    University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine with honors in 2002.

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  • Andrea Balogh
    Practice Manager / Co-Owner

    Andrea grew up in the Midwest where she attended Butler University with a focus in Psychology.  Andrea decided that business ownership was the only way to go, she started and grew several small businesses until starting Animal Oasis Veterinary Hospital in Naples, FL in 2009. 

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Broomfield Office

Monday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Wednesday:

10:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Saturday:

9:00 am -2:00 pm By Appointment Only

Sunday:

Closed

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