Compassionate and quality care at your doorstep
Providing comprehensive care at an affordable price while being compassionate, conscientious, and meticulous. Dr. Robin seeks to educate her clients about proper care and preventive medicine for their pets.
Dr. Robin Pongracz, DVM
Dr. Robin Pongracz has been practicing veterinary medicine for over nine years. Her extensive background includes small animal private practice, relief work in emergency medicine and routine surgery. Upon receiving her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2003, from Ross University’s College of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Robin performed emergency medical care, medical procedures and surgeries to patients in animal shelters, urgent care facilities and private practice.
While in private practice, Dr. Robin sought to provide the highest quality care through the application of sound treatment practices, comprehensive diagnostic work-ups, and the use of modern equipment and techniques. As many of her clients have asserted, one of Dr. Robin’s greatest assets is her conscientious patient care and follow-up. Dr. Robin understands that clear and effective communication is paramount to building a relationship based on trust, understanding, compassion, and empathy. Now, Dr. Robin strives to offer her unparalleled customer service and high caliber patient care at your very doorstep!
Whether it’s routine vaccinations, wellness care and pain management, blood work and diagnostics, or an at-home euthanasia, Dr. Robin is here to serve you in the comfort of your own home, at your utmost convenience!
Associations & Certifications
- Registered with Colorado Board of Veterinarian’s License no. 7789 since 2003
- Member of the American Veterinary Medical Association since 2003
- Member of International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management since 2012
Dr. Robin’s Assistant: Boomer
Boomer is the best gift I have ever received. I was truly honored when my father offered me this most precious gift upon graduating from vet school. She is a 10 year-old Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and my first pet. Her name memorializes a Shih Tzu that early clients lost during my days as a senior vet student at the University of Illinois. I was so moved by the pet owners’ grief and dedication to their animal that I promised to name my first dog after theirs, boy or girl.
Boomer continues on this legacy of love. She is always there for me and her loyalty never wavers. Her favorite pastime is napping, and she loves to snack on cheese and almonds. Her greatest passion is to accompany me on car rides where she pops her head out of the window, smells the cool breeze, and licks the rearview mirror. Boomer loves to visit assisted living and retirement homes where she lifts up the spirits of the elderly. She seems to know her cuteness is contagious! Boomer is the perfect dog, and I am very fortunate to have her in my life. She has taught me not only how to be a better veterinarian, but a more kind, caring, and giving person.