Meet our Vets

Jolene Duncan, DVM

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Dr. Duncan received her veterinary degree from University of Illinois in 2002. After graduating she promptly returned to her native state, Colorado, to pursue a career as a general practitioner. Her special interests include preventive medicine and veterinary homeopathy. She enjoys working with her clients to provide individualized care for their special family member. Dr. Duncan spends her free time with family, gardening, and enjoying the Colorado outdoors. Her family consists of husband (Doug), two sons (Kyle and Logan), and two dogs (Ned and Ellie).

Susan Ornitz, DVM

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Dr. Susan Ornitz attended Colorado State University to receive her doctorate in Veterinary Medicine in 2007. She has practiced in North Carolina and Colorado. After 6 years of general practice she went back to school for both animal acupuncture and chiropractic practices. Using a holistic approach she integrates Western medicine with eastern techniques. She has a farm that consists of eight dogs, four cats, six milking goats, and a flock of chickens. In her free time she loves to hike, ski, garden, and read.

Geralyn Gibson, DVM

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Dr. Geralyn Gibson has committed a great portion of her life to the care of companion animals. Prior to becoming a veterinarian, she had the opportunity to work as a certified veterinary technician for 15-years. During this time she owned and operated one of the few privately-owned canine blood banks. Her passion grew to serve animals and their owners in a greater capacity. Dr. Geralyn Gibson graduated from Colorado State University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1999. Her goal has always been to treat her patients, not their illnesses, and above all to do no harm. With this as her quest, Dr. Gibson completed a 155-hour post-graduate certification program in veterinary acupuncture… “Acupuncture has changed my approach to medicine. I no longer treat symptoms, I care for the whole animal.”