Dr. Longley, pictured here with his buddy Garmin, grew up on the east coast of Canada in Halifax, Nova Scotia before heading to Kansas for college. He graduated from Kansas State College of Veterinary Medicine in 1992. Aside from short stints in Las Vegas and Seattle, he has spent the majority of the past 20 years in small animal practices in the Denver Metropolitan area. Dr. Longley’s special interests include feline medicine, ultrasound and preventative care.
Dr. Longley emphasizes the importance of communicating with “pet parents” to ensure they have the information, resources and knowledge to provide proper nutrition and optimal care to their favorite companions. His hope is that this crucial information will provide each client the best chance that their companions will live long, happy and healthy lives.
Dr. Longley, his wife Amy and their daughter Megan share their home with several beloved critters: Puck, a diabetic Maine Coon kitty; Abie, a golden retriever rescued after six years as a breeding dog in a puppy mill; Garmin, a lab/cattle dog mix misplaced by tornadoes in Oklahoma; and Mater, a maltese/Jack Russell terrier mix who was another rescue that his wife thought was just too cute to walk away from.
An avid cyclist, Dr. Longley enjoys participating in many events here in Colorado such as the Triple Bypass, and the Children’s Hospital Courage Classic.