Dr. Mike Jewell is a 1999 graduate of CSU Veterinary School. He hails from the western slope of Colorado and has practiced veterinary medicine in the Fort Collins/Loveland area since 2000. He has a special interest in surgery, both orthopedic and soft tissue. Dr. Mike has also developed his own computer repair business, a hobby of his since childhood. His other hobby is his car—a 1956 Ford Victoria. And although he works every day alongside his wife Dr. Brenda, he still loves to spend time with her outside the clinic doing landscaping and home improvement projects.
As hospital manager and a veterinarian, you can see that Dr. Brenda McClelland has the toughest job of all. A 1997 graduate of CSU Veterinary School, she developed her own holistic therapy practice for both people and pets using predominantly Reiki and Healing Touch. She has written for Cat Fancy magazine and was featured in the book The Angel By My Side, the story of a Golden Retriever who alerts people to impending heart attacks. She and her husband Dr. Mike share their home with 2 dogs and 4 cats and she enjoys gardening, movies and board games.
Meisen Mok, DVM was born and raised around the Morristown area of New Jersey. Growing up, he worked with wildlife, large animals and even did research in academia at a heartworm research laboratory. Dr. Mok received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Colorado State University in 1997. He has been active in the field of racing Greyhound adoption and Greyhound-related veterinary care and worked as an associate veterinarian at a small animal clinic in Colorado for over 12 years practicing medicine and surgery. He then helped start a not-for-profit small animal clinic located in South Carolina. Dr. Mok enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine, especially preventative medicine and client education. He spends his free time with his wife Irene, daughter Abby, their dachshund Shadow, Pomeranian mix Fancy, and retired racer Chloe.
Delle Ainsworth, CVT is a native of Loveland, CO. She graduated from Front Range Community College in 1998 with a degree in Veterinary Technology. She still lives in Loveland with her 4 dogs—Zoey, a Catahoula; Peewee and Fuzzy, both Minpin’s; and Roxy, a Rat Terrier. She also has 3 birds—Willy the Cockatoo, Allie the Macaw and Laverne the Cockatiel—and 2 cats, Tiger and Pany. Her free time is spent with her grandson Devin and she enjoys motorcycle rides around the area with husband Jake.
Jade Martinez, CVT is originally from Flagstaff, AZ. Jade moved here in 2007 to attended Front Range Community College, and obtained her Veterinary Technology degree in the summer of 2010. She is pursuing her dream of becoming a specialist in Veterinary nutrition and hopes to be certified by 2018. After getting married in 2014, she and her husband Eric moved to Windsor, Colorado where they share their home with nine “fur babies.” They have a German Shepherd named Azure, two Pugs named Thunder and Beanz, four cats: Biscuits, Calliope, Pancakes and Cheetos, and two chinchillas named Snuggles and Cuddles. In her spare time, she likes to be outside mountain biking or hiking, reading books and spending time with her family, pets and friends.
Jhoni Sorenson, CVT moved to Colorado in 1995 after her father retired from the U.S. Army. She relocated to Fort Collins to attend school and received her degree in Veterinary Technology from Front Range Community College in May 2007. Her family includes husband Neil, two beautiful children named Maddox and Deryn, and a Golden Retriever named Olive. In her spare time she enjoys being with her family, camping, hiking and movie nights.
Sandy Flatness, CVT is a native of Loveland, CO. She graduated in the fall of 2008 with her degree in Veterinary Technology from Front Range Community College. She shares her home with an energetic kitty named Havannah and also enjoys keeping a Chilean Rose tarantula, as well as freshwater fish, plants and other aquaria. When not at work she likes spending time with her pets and family, relaxing with a good book, movie or anime and hiking in the mountains with her dad.
Lindsey Johnson, CVT is a Fort Collins native. She graduated from Colorado State University with a minor in anthropology in 2007. After being inspired by the human-animal bond, Lindsey then completed a degree in Veterinary Technology from Front Range Community College in 2010. Her companions include a cat named Bella and a Husky mix named Tala. In her free time Lindsey enjoys volunteering with local rescues, hiking and cooking food with friends and family.