Goodheart is committed to providing the very best veterinary care experience.
We’re pet lovers. And we know you are, too. That’s why our goal is to reshape your experience at the vet.
You should enjoy the visit. And your pet should feel calm and happy with us.
We’ve always said there isn’t one thing we do that’s dramatically different. It’s the 100 little things we do every day to make the whole experience better.
We also gift medical care to pets in need. Our team has helped hundreds of dogs and cats stay healthy once adopted. We celebrate animals who find their forever family.
We’re proud of our team and the culture we’ve built: one that delivers the best experience for you, your pet, and our community.
Goodheart Animal Health Centers was inspired by the historic building that houses our first location. We chose one with a big heart on it to reflect our focus, which is to help people and their pets. Since 2019, we’ve cultivated an experience that is warm, welcoming, and compassionate just like the heart on the building suggests.
Our mission is to provide comprehensive veterinary care, unparalleled service, and a collaborative experience to the pets, people, and communities we serve.
These are the guiding principles that dictate the behavior of all team members, internally held and valued:
Build Trust • Exceed Expectations • Collaborate Effectively • Show Compassion • Foster Education
We focus on the little things
Every day we do at least 100 little things to provide our clients and our community with the best possible veterinary experience.
We’re committed to JEDI (Justice, Equity, Diversity, Inclusion)
Our Company JEDI commitment Statement is: Goodheart is committed to ensuring a culture of equity and inclusion because we know that a diverse workplace is vital to providing the best care for clients and their pets. Our team is at our best when we embrace our individual identities, collaborate, and invest in each other.
Our team is passionate about giving back
We believe in giving back to the Denver community we serve and call home, and we partner with many local nonprofits. To date, we’ve gifted tens of thousands of dollars in medical care to local pets in need.
Meet Our People
Dr Beth Spencer brings patience, perseverance, and compassion to her practice. As a Fear Free certified veterinarian, Dr Spencer takes time to work with pets so that they are comfortable during their visit. She emphasizes wellness and preventive care so her patients can stay happy and healthy.
Dr Spencer is dedicated to clear communication, helping her clients understand their pets’ healthcare options. She also coaches the next generation of veterinarians in their CSU communication labs every year.
As a parent, Dr Spencer strives to create a kid-friendly environment with snacks, books, and coloring. She always enjoys answering kids’ questions, knowing she might be inspiring a child to become a veterinarian!
Dr Spencer completed her undergraduate studies at Yale University and received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) from the Ohio State College of Veterinary Medicine. On weekends, Dr Spencer enjoys hiking, camping, skiing, reading, movies, and spending time with her husband Eric, her kids Phoebe and Shane, and her crazy rescue mutt named Mobi.
Dr Alex Robb takes pride in building comfortable and trusting relationships with his clients and patients alike. This individually tailored approach, along with the depth of his experience, allows for effective diagnostic and therapeutic healthcare plans that everyone can feel good about.
He has completed advanced training in companion animal surgery, is a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Therapist, and is a Fear Free Certified Practitioner.
A passion for improving the effectiveness of medical organizations drives Dr Robb. He earned his MBA from the University of Denver in 2017, focusing on Strategic Leadership of Healthcare Organizations, and has delivered seminars on Leadership and High-Performing Teams for hundreds of veterinary students. He is also currently involved in developing a Simulation Laboratory at Tufts University where veterinarians and students will be able to hone their skills in cutting-edge procedures.
Dr Robb earned his veterinary degree from Tufts University in 2013 and has practiced in the Denver Metro Area ever since. He loves experiencing all of Colorado’s outdoor activities with his family, including two German Shorthaired Pointers named Lucy and Porter. He also enjoys live music, professional sports, photography, and international travel.