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Monday:

8:30 am-4:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:30 am-4:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-4:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-4:00 pm

Friday:

8:30 am-4:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Meet Our Team

  • Kerry Foreman
    ~ LAH Member since 6/12/2010
    DVM, President, CEO, Chief of Medicine, and THE BIG CHEESE

    Kerry received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Texas A&M over twenty years ago. After graduation, she moved to Wisconsin and then on to St. Paul Minnesota. She worked in several small animal practices, and then left private practice to establish a non-profit veterinary center in Minneapolis. The winters proved too fierce for her, and, loving what Denver offered, she packed her bags and never looked back. Since arriving in Denver, she joined Planned Pethood Plus as an associate veterinarian, and worked there for 12 years, leaving in January 2010 to open her own practice. She lives in beautiful northwest Denver with her husband and daughter. In her spare time she enjoys knitting and chronic remodeling of her house.*

  • Heather Reeder
    ~ LAH Member Since 1/1/2012
    DVM, Second in Comand, Voice of Reason, and Bug Saver

    Heather was raised in Denver and went to the University of Arizona were she received her Bachelor's degree in Veterinary Science.  Then she moved back to Colorado and graduated from CSU Veterinary School in 1998.  Since then she has worked for the Dumb Friends League, Harrison Memorial and also in a private practice.  Heather also did 2 years in a cat only clinic; which taught her that she really enjoys working with cats but that she missed working with dogs.  At home she has two kids, one dog, three cats and thankfully only one husband.*

  • Tiffany -
    ~ LAH Member since 9/2/2013
    CVT, Ninja, Crazy Cat Lady, and Queen of Orgainizing

    Tiffany is a born and raised native to Colorado. She graduated from Colorado Mountain College with her degree as a Veterinary Technician. Before working here she was at a larger practice, but came here looking for something smaller and more personal. Tiffany currently lives with her husband and two cats and her two dogs. She loves spending her free time playing fetch with one of her cats Pytri and reading new age fiction.  You might see Tiffany walking around the clinic.

  • Jennifer -
    ~ LAH Member since 6/12/2010
    Office Manager, Knower of all things, Assistant to everyone, and Ordering Goddess

    Jennifer has been our office manager at Lakeside Animal Hospital since we opened in 2010.  She has been in the veterinarian care business since 2004.  She believes that affordable, friendly vet care is the way to go. Jennifer lives with her husband, two teenage kids, two cats: Gus and Polly and her two pit mixs Zelda and Dilly.  She loves bully breeds and anything with a big head.  She tends to give to many treats to dogs and likes sharing stories.   In her spare time Jennifer likes to go fishing with her family, doing work around her home;  and hanging in the yard with her dogs.  If you have any comments; please feel free to contact her at - [email protected]*

  • Peter Foreman
    Clinic Dog/ Mascot

    Peter had been our mascot since we opened our doors in 2010. Sadly on Fed 19th 2016 we had to say good bye to our little gray guy. He was a great member of our team, greeting us and sneaking up front to say hello.  We will never have another like you.

    No longer by our side, but forever in our hearts. You'll never be forgotten.  Love you Peter, a.k.a. Pe Pod, The Silver Bullet

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