Our Team

michealle_1375298873Dr. Michealle Hobler

Clinic Owner and Veterinarian

Dr. Hobler earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree at Colorado State University and started Milliken Animal Clinic in August 2010. The clinic originally started as a housecall service but has since grown so much that a brick and mortar establishment was created. Dr. Hobler’s goal is to provide the surrounding communities with quality, affordable veterinary care and to build lifelong relationships with her clients and patients.
Her professional interests include acupuncture, internal medicine, surgery, hospice and end-of-life care. When not working, Dr. Hobler enjoys reading, traveling, and crocheting. She also enjoys spending time with her wonderful husband Reid and their furry children, which include their Great Dane Bunsen; their Boston Terrier, Petri; their Italian Greyhound, C.C., their mixed breed, I.V.; their lovable cats, Bogart and MAC.

Dr. Brandy McGreer

Senior Associate Veterinarian

Dr. McGreer was born and raised in a small western Nebraska town. After earning her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree at Kansas State University in 2005, she and her husband, also a veterinarian, practiced outside of Chicago. Upon beginning their family, they moved to Colorado to be closer to family and, well, because it is Colorado! They love the small town feel of the Johnstown-Milliken area and are happy to call it their permanent home. Professionally, Dr. McGreer loves helping people take the best care of their furry family members. She is passionate about all aspects of veterinary medicine, but has a particular soft-spot for her older kiddos and finds geriatric medicine, pain management, and ensuring their quality of life very rewarding. An amateur photographer, self-proclaimed explorer, and firm believer of getting the most out of life, when not in clinic she is actively experiencing as much as possible with her family. You may even see her on a local stage where she lets her creativity flow performing in community theatre. For certain, her greatest joys are her wonderful husband and her two beautiful sons. Of course their house is fur-covered from their three dogs (Norman, Velma, and Sir William) and two cats (Tolken and Winnie). It would not be a home without it!

Dr. Erin Eversol

Associate Veterinarian

Dr. Eversole grew up in rural New Mexico on her family’s ranch. Growing up around horses, cattle, sheep, and a myriad of dogs and cats instilled a deep love and appreciation for all species of animals. She obtained her bachelor’s degree from New Mexico State University, where she met the love of her life. She and her husband, Jarod, were married in July 2012, right before Erin went off to vet school at Colorado State University. Erin graduated from Colorado State University in 2016 and moved back to New Mexico, where she worked in a mixed animal practice near her parents. Missing Colorado and her husband, Erin moved back up to Milliken. In her free time, Erin enjoys golfing and playing board games with her husband, and taking their dogs, Mya and Chief, into the mountains to hike.

 

Dr. Pamela Spicciati

Associate Veterinarian

Dr. Spicciati grew up in suburban Pennsylvania where she played sports, rode horses, and idolized her grandfather, who taught Animal Science and Husbandry at the local university. After a career in statistics and the social sciences, she decided to pursue a burgeoning interest in the One Health Initiative by becoming a veterinarian. Dr. Spicciati and her husband moved across the country to Colorado so she could attend veterinary school at Colorado State University, where she earned a Master’s degree in Public Health along with her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree. Her professional interests include livestock medicine, affordable and accessible companion animal medicine, and the intersection between human, animal, and environmental health. She lives in Fort Collins with her aforementioned husband, 2 wonderful children and the furriest, fuzziest Newfoundland dog that has ever lived.

reid_1376575066Reid Hobler

Co-Owner & Practice Manager

Reid and Dr. Hobler married in 1999 and have been partners in all endeavors since then. He started out as her mobile clinic side-kick and is now in charge of all financial and business decisions. He graduated from DeVry University in 2004 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. When not working, Reid enjoys playing and refereeing soccer, biking, and hiking. He also enjoys spending time with his family and working on home projects.

chandra2_1375299012Chandra Lang

Office Manager

Chandra came to northern Colorado from the western slope in 2009, where she had been working at a multiple veterinarian practice for 5 years. Chandra has worked with the D.O.W. and with large and small animals. Once in Milliken, she began working for a Veterinary Emergency Clinic in Longmont, and joined Milliken Animal Clinic in January of 2012. When she is not working, Chandra enjoys hanging out with her children Keedan, Audrey and Baby Bob. She also has four legged children, her dogs, Moby and Bruno. She has done a lot of work within the Milliken school system, and she enjoys being actively involved with the kids in the community.

sherri_1390442845Sherri Keohane

Head Veterinary Technician

Sherri was raised in Milliken where she now resides.  She graduated from UNC in 2007 and has done a lot of work within the school district and the veterinary field.  She began working in a vet clinic in 2002 and has served as a technician for the past five years. When not working, Sherri enjoys spending time with her four children, her dog, and her two cats.

sabrina_t_1418135141Sabrina Trujillo

Veterinary Technician

Sabrina was born in Pueblo, Colorado, but raised in Greeley, making her a Colorado native. At a very young age Sabrina knew she loved animals, and because of that love, wanted to care for them. In 2008, Sabrina graduated from PIMA Medical Institute with a Veterinary Assistant Certificate. Before becoming a part of the Milliken Animal Clinic team, Sabrina worked at various small animal clinics as well as a wildlife sanctuary as a veterinary tech. In her spare time, Sabrina enjoys spending time with her husband John and their son, John Jr.

img_20160729_105925Jaycee Cravey

Veterinary Technician

Jaycee is originally from Leesburg, GA and moved to Colorado with her family 3 years ago. She began working in the vet field in 2011 and here at Milliken Animal Clinic in the fall of 2015. She loves snuggling pets all day learning hand on experiences as a vet tech assistant. When not working she likes to spend time with her family and friends enjoying many of Colorado’s outdoor activities and loving on her 2 dogs, Hunny and Hoyt.

img_20160729_105732Jane Homann

Veterinary Technician

Hi! My name is Jane Homann. I’m 26 years old and have been in the veterinary field  for 4 + years. It has been a joy to serve and continue to serve as an advocate for animals and their owners. In my free time, I like to spend time with my family, church family and friends. I also like to pet sit and hang out with my three-legged cat named Crash. I’m excited to join a wonderful group of people here at Milliken Animal Clinic and can’t wait to meet you and your furry family.

img_20160729_105847-1Brandy (Penny) Schrock

Veterinary Technician

My name is Brandy, I was born and raised in Colorado.  I graduated for Front Range Community College in Veterinary Technology in 2012.  I have been a stay at home mom for 4 years and am excited to be entering the Veterinary World again. When not at work I love hanging out with my husband and chasing after my son and my 2 dogs.

Nikki Rodgers

Veterinary Technician

I graduated in December 2016, with a Bachelor’s in Biology. My next goal is to attend veterinary school. I grew up on a small farm in western Colorado where my love of animals was able to grow. I participated in 4-H where at a young age I became responsible for the well being of my own animals. Being able to work with animals has and always will be a major part of my life. When I am not working or in school I like to read, travel, and spend time with my five fur babies.

Jessica ten Berg

Veterinary Technician

Hi I’m Jessi! I’m originally from California, but came out to Colorado to study Animal Science at CSU. I graduated with my Bachelor’s in 2016 and my next goal is to go to veterinary school. I have been interested in the veterinary field since I was 7 years old and I still absolutely love every aspect of it! I’m so excited to be working with the amazing people at Milliken Animal Clinic and can’t wait to meet all the wonderful clients and their four-legged children!

Brandy (Bernie) Horne

Veterinary Technician

Brandy is originally from Bloomfield, New Mexico where she was born and raised. Brandy has loved animals since a young age and grew up with various animals. She and her husband Steve have 3 children and now lives in Johnstown, after a brief stay in Casper, Wyoming. She has an Associate’s Degree in Medical Laboratory Technology and is currently working on another degree in Veterinary Technology. Brandy and her family are active fosters for Fort Collins Cat Rescue and the Colorado Reptile Humane Society. The Horne household is full of four-legged and slithering animals. Brandy is excited to be a member of the MAC team and looks forward to meeting you and your pets.

michelle_sheldon_small_1418580671Michelle (Sheldon) Atkinson

Receptionist & Veterinary Technician

Sheldon is originally from Chicago, but after many moves, landed in northern Colorado in 2002. Even as a small child, Sheldon knew she wanted to work with animals. Her career choices led her to boarding facilities and veterinary clinics where she helped provide care for many four legged friends. Sheldon became a vital part of the Milliken Animal Clinic’s team in January of 2014 when she became the lead receptionist, technician support, and all around cheer leader.

img_20160729_105652-1Sarah Boyce

Veterinary Assistant

I am a single mother of a young boy who plays competitive baseball. I have two Australian Shepherds, a black lab and a new kitten. I show dogs in confirmation and agility.

Katherine (Kat) Campbell

Veterinary Technician

Kat grew up living overseas in Cambodia, Japan, Abidjan(West Africa), South Africa, India, and Greece. In High School she volunteered at a Vet’s office in New Delhi, India and fell in love with the work. She also fostered puppies in her neighborhood, and realized then that her dream was to help animals in the veterinary field. She was slightly sidetracked in College, when she ended up majoring in Zoology. Working at a Zoo for a short period of time, rekindled her original dreams of changing career paths to work in the Veterinary field. In her free time she enjoys hiking and camping, which is why she moved to Colorado with her boyfriend in April of 2017. She is very excited and honored to have become a part of the MAC family.

Brittany Weinbender

Veterinary Technician

Brittany was born and raised in the town of Greeley Colorado. Her passion for animals started from a very young age, and she has never grown out of it. Right now she has two fur babies, an Aussie mix named Willow, and a mini schnauzer named Zoey. If it were up to her she would have a farm with many more animals, but two will do for now! She currently loves her job taking care of animals and would like to go to vet school someday in the future. She joined the MAC family in February of 2017, and has loved every second of it.

Cortney Woodard

Veterinary Technician

I was born and raised in Colorado; currently I am living in the LaSalle area. I have a son and little girl on the way. I also have three dogs all large breeds; I defiantly have a soft spot for bigger dogs. I enjoy cooing and anything outdoors. My family helps with Fritzlers so I get to enjoy most of the fall months outside.

trish_1375299073Trish Dinges

Groomer

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Trish Dinges is a lifelong resident of Northern Colorado, having been born and raised in Greeley. Trish has been a professional dog and cat groomer for the past six years. Along with her experience, Trish brings passion with her to the salon every day, in order to help your furry family members look and feel their best. When not at the salon, Trish enjoys spending time with her two children, Isla Rose and Blake. She also has four furry family members; Mojo, a Lab/Irish Wolfhound mix; Brewsky, a Labrador Retriever and Layla and Baylee, her two toy Fox Terriers.

amanda_1428689793Amanda Tiffany

Grooming Assistant

Amanda was born and raised in the Greeley/Kersey area. Amanda has always had a love for animals especially cats and is why she is currently in school to become a veterinary technician. Amanda and her husband have many four legged kiddos, but Amanda is very much in love with her cat Billy. When Amanda is not working she enjoys many other activities such as drawing, camping, and gardening.

img_20160729_130155Tiffany Mullis

Receptionist

I’ve lived in Colorado my whole life, and grew up on a farm which made me realize my love for animals. I decided at a young age that I eventually want to be a veterinarian, but any work with animals is enjoyable. I have a dog, Bella, and a cat, Mitchie, that I love to spoil and spend free time with. I also enjoy spending time with my family and travelling as much as possible.

Sarah Kelton

Receptionist

Sarah has lived in Colorado her whole life and she grew up in Loveland. She moved to Milliken in 2004 and recently moved to Johnstown in April. She worked for the school district, with special needs kids for about 3 years when she decided it was time to open her boundaries to something new. She started working with the clinic in August and has enjoyed being part of the receptionist team ever since. She loves, hiking, running, spending time with her 3 girls, the Green Bay Packers, and reading. She is very excited to get to know each of you and your furry kiddos so much better.

misstipsy1_1376958407Miss Tipsy

Practice Supervisor

Tipsy is our clinic cat, overseeing all of the inner workings of the clinic. She was found as a kitten, abandoned by her mother. In utero, she was infected with a virus that caused her brainstem to be underdeveloped. While not a painful disease, she has issues with balance and depth perception. Do not be fooled, though, as she loves life and often gets into mischief! When you come in to visit, make it a point to give her extra love and attention and she’ll be your best friend.

When not supervising, Tipsy enjoys long walks on the beach and shopping.