A Sign of Respect
Dumb Friends League Veterinary Hospital at Yuma exists to prevent and alleviate suffering in pets whose caretakers would otherwise be unable to provide this care. Out of respect for our clients and out of concern of creating barriers when documentation is challenging, we serve our clients on an honor system. If you can otherwise afford to provide care for your pet, please obtain that care from one of the excellent veterinarians in our community. Care received at this hospital is made possible by donations intended to create a safety net, so no pet suffers.
Dumb Friends League Veterinary Hospital at Yuma will be seeing patients on a first come, first served basis.
Upon arrival, please park in a numbered parking spot, complete the information on the sign-in sheet located on the front door and return to your car. Beginning at 7 a.m., a team member will call you in the order of sign-in to begin the check-in process.
We see as many patients as possible each day, and our capacity is limited. If we are unable to see your pet, you may either return the following day, or we can provide you with other options for your pet’s care.Make a gift to Dumb Friends League Veterinary Hospital at Yuma
191 Yuma St.
Denver, CO 80223
Please note: Dumb Friends League Veterinary Hospital at Yuma is not located at the Leslie A. Malone Center on Quebec Street.
Contact UsAppointments: 303.722.5800
Prescription Refills: 303.722.5800 and choose option 4
General Questions: 303.751.5772
If you have a client that cannot afford the recommended surgical treatment, you may refer them to Dumb Friends League Veterinary Hospital at Yuma. One of our doctors will examine the pet then recommend a treatment plan, which may or may not include surgery. Please have the client call to confirm availability and provide them a copy of all records to bring with them.
Please note: We do not provide internal or external fracture repair, ligament repair or medical management of chronic disease processes, such as diabetes. We also do not hospitalize critical care patients and do not have overnight staff.