Dr. Jeff Danielson
Dr. Jeff Danielson took over the Kittredge Animal Clinic for Dr. Cindy Whiteside in August 2015. As a veterinarian who has practiced in the Evergreen area since 2008, Dr. Jeff believes that each patient and his/her family are different and unique in their relationships and expectations. His goal is to know each family on a more personal level, so when decisions regarding their pets need to be made, he can tailor the options to their needs.
Dr. Amy Ehrmentraut
Dr. Amy Ehrmentraut is a graduate of the University if Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine, class of 2005. She has a background in equine medicine but has been practicing small animal medicine since 2008. Dr. Ehrmentraut and her husband stay busy raising two children, playing hockey, camping and participating in Colorado’s summer heritage sport, pack burro racing, with her two handsome burros.
Dr. Liz Grimshaw
Dr. Liz Grimshaw (previously Gettinger) graduated from the University of Florida (BS in Animal Sciences) before proceeding to North Carolina State University, College of Veterinary Medicine. She continued her education in a small animal rotating internship at Colorado State University. Dr. Grimshaw performed research in Cardiology at NCSU as well as research in surgery at CSU.
Her professional interests include surgery and exotic pet medicine as well as pain management. Dr. Grimshaw and her husband’s love of the mountains and their horses led them to settle in Evergreen. Her hobbies include riding her horses in endurance rides, running, skiing, hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing and other activities. They share their home with three horses and multiple dogs.
Dr. Amy Hartmann
Dr. Amy grew up on an Ohio horse farm and decided as a little girl to become a veterinarian. She graduated from Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2000, followed by an internship and general practice in large and small animal in Nevada, Ohio, and New Mexico. Dr. Amy has practiced small animal medicine and surgery in Evergreen since 2010. Special interests include internal medicine and senior care, enjoying taking time to figure out what works best for the pet and their family. When at home, Dr. Amy and her husband, Matt, and their boys, Noah and Luke, spend their time with their church, lacrosse, skiing, and taking care of their own critters, which include 2 kitties-Rango and Pickles-and a very sweet horse, Ace.