Animalhouse Veterinary Clinic

Compassionate Health Care for Your Pet!

889 South Boulder Road (at Main St)
Louisville, CO   80027
303.666.4888

Boulder County's premier integrative veterinary clinic.

Progressive Traditional Medicine
& Holistic, Chinese Herbs, Acupuncture, and Massage



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Dr. Mike Moran
Dr. Mike Moran attended Cornell University and obtained his B.S. in Neurobiology and Behavior in 1995. He then followed his love of music and adventure to California where he attended the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine, graduating in 2002.

After practicing for 10 years in San Francisco, he and his ever expanding family moved to Louisville, Colorado where Dr. Mike joined the Animalhouse team in the Fall of 2012. He is honored to be a part of such a renowned Louisville establishment - helping to continue the legacy of the Animalhouse commitment to the highest quality compassionate care. Dr. Mike lives with his wife, also a veterinarian, his four children and their dog, three cats and hamster. He enjoys listening to and playing music, snowboarding, fishing and hiking.


Dr. Chad Stewart
Dr. Chad Stewart earned his MS (Comparative Pathology) and DVM degrees from the University of California-Davis in 1999 and 2003 respectively. After graduation, he practiced both small and large animal medicine and surgery in New Mexico and California. After several years, he realized that small animal practice was his calling, particularly internal medicine.

Chad relocated to Colorado because of his love of the mountains and just about any outdoor activity. Some of his other passions include playing music (guitar, ukulele and drums), as well as watching movies and reading books. Chad and his wife have a young son, 2 dogs (Avery and Gibson), and a cat (Sydney).


Dr. Donna Harris
Dr. Donna Harris attended Colorado State University School of Veterinary Medicine. Upon graduation she joined a 5-doctor small animal practice in Golden. After 10 years she was offered a position in a growing small animal practice in Arvada where she was able to expand her skills in surgery and dentistry as well as pursue training in endoscopy and rhinoscopy. In 2005 Dr. Donna returned to CSU to obtain her certification in veterinary acupuncture. More recently she has studied the use of laser therapy to address treatment of wound healing and pain management.

Dr. Donna feels privileged to have joined the Animalhouse Veterinary Clinic family in September of 2014 and is committed to provide the highest quality medicine and surgery and outstanding patient care for which the hospital is known. She resides in Lakewood with her husband and enjoys camping, hiking, reading and spending time with her animal menagerie of 2 dogs, 3 kitties and 2 bunnies.

The Big Bear             AnimalHouse Clinic seen from South Boulder Road