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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Thalena Boyd, MS, Client Care Coordinator

Thalena graduated from the Florida Institute of Technology with a Bachelors Degree in Management Science and a Masters Degree in Computer Science. She had always been passionate about working with animals, so she finally followed her heart and transitioned into the veterinary field. Some of her favorite aspects of working as a client care coordinator […]

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Dani O’Connell, Client Care Coordinator

Dani attends Front Range Community College and is studying for her Associates Degree in Natural Resources along with a pre-paramedic certificate. She plans to return to CU to study Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. Dani hopes to one day attend veterinary school to become a wildlife vet. She would love to work with wolf conservation and […]

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Kristin Culver, Client Care Coordinator

Kristin graduated from Colorado State University with a Bachelor of Liberal Arts in Political Science. Kristin really enjoys the challenge of specialty medicine, and she is proud to be a part of a team that helps our clients and their pets find relief through expert veterinary medical care. Furthermore, she loves developing meaningful relationships and […]

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Danielle O’Connell, Client Care Coordinator

Dani attends Front Range Community College and is studying for her Associates Degree in Natural Resources along with a pre-paramedic certificate. She plans to return to CU to study Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. Dani hopes to one day attend veterinary school to become a wildlife vet. She would love to work with wolf conservation and […]

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Amanda Kimball, Client Care Coordinator

Amanda is passionate about working with people and their pets, and has found a true love for working in veterinary practices. In her free time, she enjoys ice skating, being in the outdoors and spending time with her family and pets, which include her Catahoula Leopard Dog named Vash, and a Bearded Dragon named Cosmo.

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Allison Hagy, CVT

Allison received her B.S. in Psychology from Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo. While there, she joined the Equestrian team and competed on the English riding team. After working for several years in New York City, Allison decided that her heart is really with animals and that she would return to school to become a Certified […]

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Patrick Gibson, CVT, Lead Technician

Patrick graduated from Bel-Rea Institute of Animal Technology with a degree in Veterinary Technology in 1994, and received his certification that same year. He  joined the cardiology team at VRCC in Denver in 2009.  Patrick has lived and traveled all over the world, and most recently spent six years on the island of Bermuda. He […]

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Krissi Ellis, B.S., Nursing Supervisor

Krissi Ellis, B.S. Nursing Supervisor   Krissi graduated from the University of Arizona in 2003 with her Bachelors of Science in Animal Science. She worked as a supervisor in the Emergency and ICU departments at a specialty hospital in North Carolina for 7 years following graduation.  In 2011, she and her husband moved to Colorado. […]

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Regan Rising, CVT & Director of Operations

Regan moved to the United States from New Zealand in 2003, where she worked on a cutting horse ranch for several years before getting her associates degree in veterinary technology from Bel-Rea Institute of Animal Technology. Regan joined RMVC as a certified veterinary technician in 2009 and was promoted to Director of Operations in 2013. […]

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