Dermatology and Allergy Support Staff

To learn more about any of our staff members, simply select their name below to reveal their information.
Heather joined VRCC’s Dermatology department in 2014. Heather has always enjoyed being around animals and started working as a technician  in Florida in 1992.  She worked in regular practice for 10 years before finding a wonderful job in a veterinary dermatology practice in central Florida, where she stayed for nearly 9 years.  Trying to find her forever home lead her, her husband, and their 5 fur babies- 2 dogs (Parker and Daphne) and 3 cats (Scout, Dexter, and Charley)- to Colorado.  She loves being outside- traveling, hiking, camping, and exploring new places.
Kylie has always had a love for animals and knew Dermatology was the right fit for her after a Dermatology rotation at the Colorado State University Teaching Hospital where she worked with Dr. Bachtel. Kylie joined VRCC Dermatology in February of 2016 and hit the ground running. She originally went to Kansas University on a cheer scholarship where she stayed, until realizing that CSU was a better fit with what she wanted to do long term.

Kylie recently just got married. She and her husband live in Lakewood, CO. She loves big dogs! She has two Newfoundlands (Little Bear and Diesel) who are over 140 pounds and 3 cats (Leo, Sadie and Mopar). Kylie has a passion for older muscle cars. Along with her dad and brother they have rebuilt over a dozen different cars.

Debora started with the Dermatology department at VRCC in April of 2006.  She holds a bachelor’s in Business Administration from CSU, an MBA from Regis University, and received her VTA Certification from PIMA.  Her home is shared by a Samoyed named Fenway (yes, he’s a Red Sox fan) and an Alaskan Malamute named Cinder, otherwise known as Wiggles.  Ruling the roost are Indigo a.k.a. “Fuzzbutt”, a Siamese mix and Chip, who prefers “Sticks”, a seal Point Siamese. Rounding out the bunch are Reilly, a  Flame Point Siamese Mix who the family calls “Cutie Putootie” and Snow-ee, a Domestic Shorthair who goes by “Princess”.  Beyond this well loved crew, there are many special friends that now live forever in Deb’s heart.

“Many have forgotten this truth, but you must not forget it.  You remain responsible forever, for what you have tamed.” – Antoine de Saint Exupery