Jayne Lennan, VT, AAS

Jayne received her AAS in Veterinary Technology at Front Range Community College and completed an internship at CSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital. As a young child, Jayne loved animals. She began volunteering at her local humane society and veterinary hospitals to gain experience in the field that she would later choose as her career. She loves […]

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Pamela Lee, DVM, Diplomate ACVIM Cardiology

Dr. Pamela Lee is board certified in Cardiology as a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Medicine. She received her bachelor’s degree in her self-designed major of Animal Behavior and Zoology from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri in 2004. She then attended veterinary school at Ohio State University and completed a combined Doctorate […]

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Sick Sinus Syndrome

Sick Sinus Syndrome Your pet has been diagnosed with Sick Sinus Syndrome (SSS).  Sick Sinus Syndrome is a combination of a variety of electrical abnormalities that typically result in a heart rate that is too slow (sinus pauses, wandering pacemaker, atrioventricular block).    Miniature Schnauzers and West Highland Terriers are the most common breeds for this arrhythmia but […]

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Rachel Burrows, Client Care Coordinator Manager

Rachel grew up in upstate New York, where she attended the University of Albany (SUNY). After graduating with a Bachelors (BA) in Psychology, she moved to Scotland to pursue her Masters (MSc) in Animal Behavior and Welfare at University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh Scotland. Rachel brings some amazing veterinary experience from her previous positons in both […]

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Katie Larson, BS, CVT

Katie is a Minnesota native, who attended North Dakota State University where she obtained a Bachelor of Science in Veterinary Technology. After obtaining her degree, she moved to Colorado where she worked in General Practice (GP) for seven years. Her favorite aspect of working in GP was the variety of cases and animals she saw. […]

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Featured Pet – December 2017

Featured Pet of the Month – December Big Ben is our featured pet of December, and who doesn’t love a handsome bulldog? He is a bit of a goof ball, but he considers taking care of his baby humans a very important job. He also takes finding a good snack quite seriously, as you can […]

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National Veterinary Technician Appreciation Week Oct 15 – 21

National Veterinary Technician Appreciation Week provides a welcome opportunity for us to show our technicians just how much we appreciate them. While we hope they feel appreciated EVERY day, technician appreciation week allows us to brag about them publicly. This special week also highlights the incredibly important role technicians play in caring for our clients […]

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Featured Pet – October 2017

Mathilda, our featured pet of October, is a really special little girl. She is a four year old pygmy goat who was referred RMVC by Rocky Top Veterinary Services after a heart murmur was detected. Mathilda was given good news following her echocardiogram and she will not need to see her cardiologist for a recheck […]

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Featured Pet – August 2017

Navarre Hoffsetz – This adorable little pup might be small but his personality is MIGHTY! He is frequently involved in escapades that leave his family laughing. Like when he was a puppy and would grab a toilet roll and run through the house with toilet paper streaming behind him. Or the time no one realized […]

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The Kindness of Others

Klementine O’Neil was in the business of making people smile, and how could anyone not smile looking at this sweet face. She loved coming to RMVC for her cardiology rechecks, and her visits were often followed with a touching note or some delicious snacks for her team. Sadly we lost Klementine last month, when her […]

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