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Dr Oneal Peters is an associate veterinarian at All Pets Mobile Vet. Oneal grew up in Carbondale and has always loved animals. She began riding horses when she was six, competing in hunter jumper and later barrel racing locally. During high school at Colorado Rocky Mountain School, Oneal loved both literature and biology but was unsure which to pursue. After graduation, she elected to take a year off to work at a local ranch and contemplate her next step. Re-immersion in the animal world made it clear that she wanted to pursue a career that involved working with animals, as so she started her pursuit of becoming a veterinarian.
Oneal attended undergraduate school at Mesa State University and completed her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at Colorado State University. Oneal enjoys working with both large and small animals. Her goal is to help animals maintain optimal health. She is certified in medical veterinary acupuncture, and attended chiropractic school at Options for Animals College of Animal Chiropractic and is certified by the International Veterinary Chiropractic Association. Dr Oneal uses integrative therapies like cold laser and acupuncture in combination with Western medicine. She is a member of the Colorado Veterinary Medical Association, the American Veterinary Medical association, International Veterinary Chiropractic Association and the American Association of Equine Practitioners. She is a member of the Krabloonik and Youth Entity boards and volunteers for the My Career, My Life program during the school year.
Oneal still enjoys creative writing, and spends much of her time hiking with her dogs, Tuko and Lena or riding her horses, Belle, Crook and Credit. During the rare rainy day, she curls up with her cats, Ballater and Emma.
Dr. Lindsey Brooks is an associate veterinarian at All Pets Mobile Vet. Lindsey enjoys the challenge of a wide variety of cases that present daily to a veterinary practice and particularly enjoys surgery, internal medicine, pain management, acupuncture, and ongoing wellness pet care.
Lindsey was born and raised in Colorado and has had a lifelong passion for caring for animals. She completed her BA in exercise science with an emphasis on physical therapy at the University of Kansas and then received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Colorado State University in 2006. Lindsey completed an internship at CSU Veterinary School/Denver Dumb Friends League and then practiced at Mesa Veterinary Hospital in Golden, CO. Lindsey is a member of the Phi Zeta Veterinary Honor Society, the American Veterinary Medical Association, and the Colorado Veterinary Medical Association.
Lindsey moved to the Roaring Fork Valley with her husband Ross, son Tate, and daughter Lois in late 2012. Lindsey and her family enjoy biking, hiking, running being outdoors with their dogs, Rosa, Sugar and Terry and cat Stuart.
Dr. Kate Owens is the owner of All Pets Mobile Vet. She grew up in New Jersey where her dream to be a veterinarian began at 7 years old. She moved to Colorado to attend the University of Colorado at Boulder and received a BA in mathematics. Dr. Owens worked at Lockheed Martin Astronautics until she was accepted to vet school at Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine.
She graduated in 2007 with the combined degrees of Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and Masters of Business. Dr. Owens is a member of the Phi Zeta Veterinary Honor Society, the American Veterinary Medical Association, and the Colorado Veterinary Medical Association. Dr. Owens is also the veterinarian and owner of The Valley Veterinary Hospital in Rifle. She enjoys all aspects of canine and feline veterinary medicine, with particular interest in “senior pet” care, oncology (cancer), surgery, and dentistry.
She has lived in New Castle and practiced veterinary medicine in the Roaring Fork Valley since 2007. She enjoys skiing, hiking, and spending time outside with her husband Scott, daughters Riley and Parker, their dogs Blitz and Lulu, and cat Frenzy.
Sydney has a sweet blood hound named Ruger, and still has her barrel horse, Pardner who is now retired.
Sydney enjoys walking Ruger, knitting and spending time with friends. When she's not working, Sydney can be found at the barn, or working on website design.
Lindsey has come to us from many places, North Carolina - New Mexico. She ended up in the Roaring Fork Valley to attend CMC's Veterinary Technology program and ended up staying because she loves this valley. She has always has a love for animals and has worked for various shelters and a wildlife sanctuary. Lindsey grew up riding horses and bringing home any critter she could get her hands on. She is excited to share the knowledge she has gained with clients, to better their care and relationships with their furry friends!
In her free time Lindsey loves hiking, riding and exploring this beautiful area. She has an 8 year old lab/aussie mix named Bella that has endless energy and loves to cuddle.