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Oxbridge is a small neighborhood located in the center of Denver Colorado. Although the weather is usually very pretty, make sure you are paying attention to your altitude as it can be easy to become complacent and travel to unsafe altitudes in the beautiful Denver mountain ranges. This can be very dangerous for a number of reasons such as very cold weather and labored breathing. 

This neighborhood features two cute, friendly, and highly rated dog supply stores. Pet Wants Denver and Dog Savvy both have ratings higher than 4.6 out of 5, making them the perfect places for all your pet needs. With around five hospitals and five veterinarians, there is no need to fear for pet health in this area. The top two hospitals in the area are VCA Aspenwood Animal Hospital and Pets on Broadway. Both have great ratings. The two best vets in the area are Vida Veterinary Care and Green Valley Ranch Pet Center.

Terrain in Oxbridge
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Mostly Artificial
Good Balance
Mostly Natural
All Natural
Mostly Flat
Mostly Hilly
Both the terrain and the environment of this neighborhood vary widely based on where you choose to take your pet. Within the neighborhood, it is mostly artificial and flat due to the neighborhood's location in the center of downtown Denver. However, when in Denver, no one is very far away from the beautiful sights of nature. Being surrounded by national parks, lakes, and mountain ranges that seem to go on forever gives residents an opportunity to find the trail that is perfect for them. For more moderate walkers who still want the beautiful sights, it's recommended to stick to parks and lakes. They will give you the view you desire without hiking a mountain. However, for more serious hikers, there is an endless number of mountain ranges to conquer. Hikers who do choose these more intense paths should be extra careful to consider their water intake, the water intake of their pets, and the altitude.
Greenways in Oxbridge
Neighborhoods in Denver have an average of:
7 Greenways
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This area is home to countless beautiful parks and greenways. Most of them are separated by two defining features, central bodies of water, or city views. Some of the best water-based parks are Confluence Park and Joseph P. Martinez Park. Confluence Park is home to the converging point between Cherry Creek and South Platte River, causing some beautiful rapids. It also has a view of Denver's lower downtown. Martinez Park follows the Lakewood Gulch and has several beautiful walking trails along the water for you to take in the sights as you stroll. 

Two of the best city parks are Commons Park, which has a beautiful view of where downtown Denver meets the beautiful nature beyond, and City of Cuernavaca Park. A great mix of both city and waterfront can be found in Harvey Park which is nestled comfortably within a nearby neighborhood and features two lakes and beautiful city views.

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