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Welcome to Garrison Animal Care Clinic

Your Lakewood Veterinarian
Call us at (303) 202-6200


Anxiety? Bad Breath? Stomach and Intestinal Problems? Behavioral issues? Skin Issues? - Garrison Animal Care Clinic is here to help

At Garrison Animal Care Clinic our policy is simple: We love pets and love keeping them healthy even more.

Principle Veterinarian, Dr. Donna Williams specializes in providing our patients with quality preventative care, long-term treatments for chronic issues , and client education that empowers every owner to be an active member of their pet’s medical team.

Your pets’ well-being is important to us regardless of their age, disposition, or medical history. We treat both dogs and cats and strive to keep our clinic comfortable for both species -- we even have a room dedicated just to cats! Our clinic’s culture believes in adapting how we handle your pet based on their personality so that they have as comfortable a visit as possible.

Our clients’ experience is deeply important to our veterinary practice, and we take every possible measure to ensure that you feel like a complete partner in planning your pet’s medical care. On a slow day we are happy to walk you and your family through our clinic so that you can meet our medical team face to face.  We are also happy to schedule “Friendly Pup Visits” - an appointment where your dog can visit the clinic, explore, and meet the team without any invasive procedures or shots.

We believe in conversations, not lectures. We believe in community. We believe in keeping our pets happy, healthy, and vibrant.



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At Garrison Animal Care Clinic, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

Dr. Donna Williams,DVM
Lakewood Veterinarian | Garrison Animal Care Clinic | (303) 202-6200

9124 West 6th Ave
Lakewood, CO 80215

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-3:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Meet Our Talented Team

Treating our patient's pets as we would our own

  • Dr.
    Donna Williams
    Principal Veterinarian

    Dr. Williams is a California native. She graduated from the University of California, Davis with a BS degree in Animal Science. She utilized her undergraduate degree asa licensed veterinary technician for 10 years before attending veterinary school at CSU, School of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences.

     Dr. Williams has been practicing small animal medicine in the Denver area since 1999. She has a broad range of experiences including Chief of Staff Doctor with Banfield Pet hospital and Clinical Director of Pima Medical Institute. Her special interests in veterinary medicine include both internal medicine cases and developing wellness programs for dogs and cats.

     When not at the hospital, Dr. Williams can be found exercising, cooking or going out-and-about the town to live music venues. Her most favorite pastime is spending time enjoying the great outdoors with her beloved dogs, Nina and Tallulah.

  • James Lyons
    Practice Manager

    James Lyons is Garrison Animal Care’s Practice Manager. He is excited to bring his love for preventative care to the Lakewood community and your pets. Originally working in human medicine, James moved to veterinary care six years ago. James is dedicated to providing the best quality of care in a supportive environment. He is responsible for administrative concerns, and is always happy to speak with clients regarding any questions related to services, payment concerns, or scheduling events.

  • Elizabeth McQuaid
    Veterinary Assistant

    Elizabeth has loved animals her entire life. She grew up on a small farm in Colorado and often got in trouble for bringing animals into the house. As a a teen, she also worked on an alpaca farm, raising and training alpacas for shows. Later in life, she became a private dog trainer, before attending Grinnell College in Iowa. During school, she worked at a veterinary office for the first time. She graduated with a Bachelors in Biology, and returned to her favorite state, Colorado. When not caring for animals, Elizabeth loves to read, rock climb, and rarely stops singing.

  • Joyce Herrick
    Receptionist

    A Denver native and lifetime animal lover with a background in nursing. My nursing career began early in life leading to 30 years working as a Municipal Government Community Service Officer. (more to follow)

  • Dyani Silvas
    Lead Tech

    Dyani Silvas joined our veterinary clinic in 2018 as a Lead Tech. She is our back of house specialist who supports the doctors in providing stellar service to our clients.

  • Dr.
    Jason Arble
    DVM, MS, DACVR : Radiologist

    Dr. Jason Arble, of Veterinary Imaging Consultants, can travel to Garrison Animal Care Clinic to perform ultrasounds for your pet. Dr. Arble is from southern New Mexico and graduated from New Mexico State University before attending the School of Veterinary Medicine at Louisiana State University. He spent three years practicing small animal and exotics medicine and surgery in Las Vegas, NV and Phoenix, AZ before training in veterinary radiology at Ohio State University. After completion of his residency and earning a concurrent master’s degree Dr. Arble was a faculty member at Oklahoma State University for two years before coming to the Front Range and establishing Veterinary Imaging Consultants.

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Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Finally a wonderful place to take your pet in for whatever reason! Affordable, great people, skilled vets, just the whole package! I wish I knew about this place before!!"
    Kate M.
  • "First time there and was very impressed how Dr Williams took her time to get to know my dog"
    Tammy K.
  • "Took my 1 year old bernedoodle here for booster vaccines and turned out poor boy had an ear infection. They got me the meds he needed and it cleared up in a week. The doctor and her staff are extremely friendly and personable, it was a pleasant Saturday morning for being at the vet."
    Celina G.
  • "Dr. Williams is the best veterinarian we have ever had. The staff there is very approachable and care about not only our dogs but us as well."
    Michael B.