Goodheart Makes an Impact Through Giving

by | Aug 11, 2020 | Blog

Goodheart Animal Health Center’s charitable giving reflects a commitment to lifelong wellness for animals. When she launched the business late last year, Dr Beth Spencer decided that Goodheart would play a key role in Denver’s collective effort to elevate the well-being of the city’s entire pet population.

Goodheart is currently supporting Denver Dumb Friends League as well as CVMA’s Connect for Care program. We recently partnered with Canine Companions for Independence. The primary way Goodheart gives back is through free medical care to shelter pets, helping cats and dogs get healthy enough to be adopted into loving homes.

While we’ve only been operating for 7 months, Goodheart has already donated over $19,000 in free medical care! Our support goes beyond our hospital walls. We engage with students at Denver-area schools by providing hospital tours to budding veterinarians, as well as hosting students for class credit. While this spring and summer look different than we hoped, we are still supporting events that we believe in like Denver’s Pride Virtual Marketplace and Juneteenth Virtual Music Festival.

When we get to help pets and people in need in our community, it makes us feel good. That is the most important impact to us – doing our part in our community.

Learn more about our giving on our “Giving Back” page here.

Denver Dumb Friends League
Colorado Veterinary Medical Association’s Connect for Care
Canine Companion for Independence

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“We cover the costs of shelter related illness up to $250 the pet needs in the first two weeks after adoption. For some pets, it’s as simple as a free post-adoption exam, vaccinations, or heartworm medications. For others, it’s a dental cleaning or a complicated surgery that improves the pet’s quality of life and also keeps the pet with its owner for years to come. ”

– Dr Spencer

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