Meet our Staff

Tammy Antonucci – Veterinary Technician


Tammy joined our team in June of 2017 as our receptionist. She is a graduate of the University of Colorado with degrees in Psychology and English. She is newly married and plans to eventually travel the world with her husband and pups. In her free time she loves to smother her dogs, Kevin, Mia, and Stella, with love; especially Kevin. Literature and “the arts” are her passions; and though not terribly gifted in either she enjoys the work of others.

Allie Bryant – Veterinary Technician


Allie joined our team in July of 2017 as our receptionist. She moved to Lyons from Glenwood Springs, but was born and raised in Minnesota. When she’s not at work she enjoys hiking and camping with her husband and their dogs, Mya (10) and Earl (8 months). Allie also enjoys cross stitching and reading while spending quality time with her cat, Bitte. She loves spending time in the great outdoors no matter the season and is always looking forward to fresh powder days.

 

 

Lauren DiBenedetto – Veterinary Technician

Lauren joined our team in December 2017. She has two dogs, Yoshi (9 months) and Nova (4).

Anne Byers – Front Office Manager

Anne joined our team in September 2017. She has lived in Colorado since 1970 and grew up in the Colorado Springs area. Anne’s first job after college was working at Lakeside Veterinary Hospital in Lakewood, Colorado! She has subsequently worked in the customer service medical field, with the most recent position being the Director of Marketing & Patient Experience at Lake Loveland Dermatology. Anne married her college sweetheart Dan in 1984, and they currently reside in Loveland on a 35 acre ranch. Anne has two wonderful sons, Wes and Will. Anne currently has two rescue Clydesdale horses named Captain and Chief, and one orange tabby cat named Logan. Her hobbies include anything to do with cooking and trying new recipes, swimming laps, and taking care of all two and four legged residents on the ranch. Anne loves coffee, 80’s music, good wine (ok, it’s all good), and a good belly laugh at least once a day.