doctor morrisDr. Morris earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at Colorado State University. Prior to earning his DVM, he earned a Master's of Science in Microbiology at CSU. He has been practicing veterinary medicine for 22 years. Dr. Morris is a member of the AVMA, CVMA, AAHA and VOS. He served on the Board of Parker Area Veterinary Emergency Services, LLC. He is also on the Board for the Colorado Veterinary Medical Foundation. He is currently working at Elizabeth Animal Hospital in Elizabeth, CO. Dr. Morris is particularly interested in orthopedic surgery and has been performing orthopedic surgeries his entire veterinary career. He is currently performing a number of Tightrope CCL repairs. He also gives lectures on anesthesia and pain management. He has a special interest in working dogs and sporting dogs. Dr. Morris and his wife, Kathy, have six dogs and one cat. In addition to helping animals, Dr. Morris enjoys bicycling, sports, gardening and landscaping.
doctor hessDr. Hess attended Colorado State University and earned his BS in 1973 and his DVM with honors in 1975. He fulfilled a small animal internship at Oklahoma State University from 1977-1978. He retired from the Air Force in 1993 after 20 years of enlisted and commissioned service as a Russian interpreter and a Veterinarian and Environmental Health Officer. Dr. Hess worked at Smoky Hill Veterinary Clinic from 1993-1998. He then opened Pine Grove Animal Hospital in March of 1999. He is a member of AVMA, CVMA, and AAHA and has served as a Board Member and Chairman for Parker Area Veterinary Emergency Services, LLC. Dr. Hess has two children, Milan Hess, DVM (CSU 1998), DACT (Theriogenology) with Colorado Veterinary Specialists, and Erin Hess, BS (CSU, 1998), manager of a Starbucks store. His interests include bicycling, photography, and backpacking.
doctor allynDr. Allyn earned her DVM from Colorado State University and has been practicing Veterinary Medicine for 16 years, with special interests in Internal Medicine, Dentistry and Geriatric Medicine. Dr. Allyn has received specialty training in small animal dentistry. She is currently a member of the AVMA and CVMA. She is currently working at Elizabeth Animal Hospital in Elizabeth, CO. Dr. Allyn shares her home with four indoor cats and four dogs. She also has two horses, two barn cats and a hen house full of chickens. Dr. Allyn and her husband, Greg, have two daughters who are active in 4-H and who add to the varied animal species at the house.
doctor kinsellDr. Kinsell earned his DVM from Colorado State University and has been practicing Veterinary Medicine for 34 years. He is currently a member of the AVMA and CVMA, has served as a District Representative of the CVMA, and has served on the Large Animal Commission of the CVMA for 6 years, 2 years as chairman. His veterinary interests are primarily in small animal medicine and surgery. In particular, he enjoys orthopedic surgery. He has been the companion of many pets over the years, but is now down to a geriatric cat, Taffy, who likes to assist him with anything he is doing. Because Dr. Kinsell has always recognized that pets are central to our way of life; as a veterinarian he is dedicated to their well being.