Stacey moved from Michigan to Colorado in 2004 to attend the Bel-Rea Institute of Animal Technology. After five years as a Certified Veterinary Technician, she gained the knowledge and skills to move forward with her career goal in management. She enjoys being a voice for our precious pets and providing nursing care. She has been the Practice Manager of Loving Family Animal Hospital & Pet Salon since we opened in May of 2011.
Her main focus as a manager is to provide an environment where the staff and clients can feel like they are family. She is excited to be at a hospital where she can show her compassion and continue to grow in her career every day. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her long time boyfriend, Matt, her family and her friends. She can often be found cuddling with her lazy cat, Max, a DLH.
Cloe grew up in central Kansas her entire life. She grew up surrounded by an array of animals from cats and dogs to hamsters and snakes. She always had a passion for animals and once she moved to Denver she decided it was time to find a career with animals and is beyond excited to be starting this new journey.
In her free time she enjoys working as a makeup artist and spending
time with her boyfriend and their three dogs, Frankie, Jude, and
Client Care Specialist
Brittany was born in California, raised in Iowa and is now maturing in Colorado. Living with her long time boyfriend and their "kids". Kobe, her "rescue baby", Dalilah "the princess", and Binx "the perfect cat-dog". She dedicates all of her free time to loving and cuddling with them all.
She recently made a big change from helping people to animals but knows her knowledge with the medical field can only help her while growing her knowledge her at LFAH. Client Care Specialist/Customer Service is something she is very passionate about and feels she found her home her with us at Loving Family Animal Hospital.
Lead Client Care Specialist
Sarah was born and raised in central Arkansas. It was there, surrounded by the many animals her family seemed to keep collecting, that her passion for working with animals was born. After spending a year working on a horse ranch in Oklahoma, Sarah finally decided to take the leap and move to Denver. It is her desire to attend Bel-Rea and become a certified veterinary technician that drew her to the area; and her love for helping
animals and making a difference that brought her to LFAH. As she settles in she looks forward to spending her time volunteering at Colorado Therapeutic Riding Center, exploring new hiking trails, and spending time with her dog, Ladybug, and cat, Phantom.
I choose AAHA because I believe every animal should be treated like they
are your animal.