Kim graduated from Community College of Denver in 2002 with her veterinary technician degree. She has a huge heart for rabbits and was a house educator for the House Rabbit Society. She has 4 children and 14 grandkids not counting her fur grand babies!
Kim is a sucker for rescuing animals especially ones that need special treatment. She has had house rabbits for 21 years and her two iguanas have been with her for 13 years. She has nine rescue birds; the most recent addition had his beak bitten off by another bird in his previous home so she makes special soft food for him every day. She has such a big heart for animals that she has been vegan for 25 years. Kim’s only hobby is caring for all her rabbits, birds, lizards and grandkids.
(We don’t know how she has time to come to work but we’re happy she does!)
Claire graduated from Arapahoe Community College in 2013 with an Associate of Arts. She has worked in many aspects of animal care including shelter work, boarding facilities, dog training and as a veterinary technician. Her passion has always been caring for homeless and special needs animals. She currently has nine special-needs animals: everything from cats and dogs to birds and turtles.
Her dream is to have her own animal rescue some day so she can help all kinds of animals, large and small.
Bre graduated from the CVT (Certified Veterinary Technician) program at Bel-Rea Institute of Animal Technology in 2016. Before that, she volunteered at a veterinary clinic for 4 years.
She has two dogs, a box turtle, and a frog. She loves working with all animals but she admits her favorites are the reptiles.
Dr. Liza grew up in the Chicago area and she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Environmental and Evolutionary Biology from Dartmouth College in New Hampshire. She earned both a Ph.D. (Clinical Sciences, Cancer Biology) and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Colorado State University. See her full CV here.
Dr. Liza worked at Homeward Bound Animal Hospital and Homestead Animal Hospital before deciding to open her own practice. She is excited to be Fear Free Certified - this is a maturation of her gentle style of medicine and she looks forward to sharing it with all of her patients and clients.
She loves seeing patients of all shapes and sizes – from reptiles, birds, and pocket pets to cats and dogs to small ruminants, llamas and alpacas. In her spare time, you will find her golfing, trying to tire out her crazy dog family or playing with her vinyl record collection.
Lettie graduated from the CVT (Certified Veterinary Technician) program at Bel-Rea Institute of Technology with an associate’s degree in Animal Science and Behavior in 2011. Since then, she has been a technician at an animal hospital handling all types of exotics, dogs and cats. She is super excited to be Fear Free Certified.
Lettie is a sucker for all animals and has two special-needs critters at home: a cat with epilepsy and a senior, physically disabled rescue dog.