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6699 W. Ken Caryl Avenue Littleton, CO 80128


Dr. Michelle Behrendt

Dr. Michelle is a graduate of Colorado State University where she earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine.  Her special interests in veterinary medicine include pediatrics, reproduction, and Chiropractic care. Michelle is a certified veterinary chiropractioner. Her pet family includes a Border Collie, a Cattle Dog, a Chihuahua, and numerous pocket pets. Michelle has been a veterinarian for over 20 years, and is grateful that every morning, she gets to go to work.

Rebecca Cole 

I moved to Colorado in 1998, I have 1 daughter (and waiting on grandkids) I have a Blue & Gold Macaw, and 1 cat. I grew up in the country having horses, pigs, lambs, rabbits, pet chickens, dogs, cats, and reptiles. I was involved with 4-H for 9 years 4 of those years as a leader. I decided to go back to college in my 40’s to be more involved in the veterinary field where it is a passion of mine to be able to work with animals and their owners. I also have a operations management side, where I managed for more than 16 years. My hobbies include but not limited to, spending time with my pets, teaching my macaw how to talk and do tricks. photography, cooking, hiking, being out in nature, and trying new places and new adventures, you can always find me picking up a book to learn something new. It is my mission everyday to pay it forward 3 times a day, be grateful for 10 things a day, and to provide a positive experience for both the client and the patient with every appointment. 


Lauren Duda

Lauren was born and raised in Phoenix, AZ and received her bachelors degree in biology from Northern Arizona University. Lauren has had a lifelong desire to work with animals and is following her passion to help both animals and the people that love them. Lauren loves animals of all shapes and sizes, but horses are her passion. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, biking, skiing, skateboarding, and riding motorcycles.


Stephanie Whitman

Colorado native, love the state and all the creatures in it.  I started in small animal veterinary medicine straight out of high school, in and out of college. As well as experience working with horses and stock animals while living in the Rocky Mountains. Have a desire and love for working with all types of animals and strive to help those in need. I have two wonderful cats “Jinxy Mc Giblets” and “Captain Bibbers”. On my free time I like be outdoors and find new places to travel to in the state. “Develop a passion to learn. If you do, you will never cease to grow”.

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