Dr. Meriam Tadros, DVM
Dr. Meriam Tadros recently acquired Denver Animal Hospital from Dr. Dan Berman in the summer of 2015. She is very excited and committed to carry on the legacy that Dr.Berman started at Denver Animal Hospital. Dr. Tadros received her Doctorate of Veterinary medicine degree from Cairo University in 1999 and completed a one year of internship at Oklahoma State University in 2003 for advanced training in small animal medicine and surgery. She enjoys practicing all aspects of veterinary medicine, with a special interest in internal medicine, extensive dentistry and pain management. Having worked in private practice for over 10 years, she is looking forward to utilizing her experiences at Denver Animal Hospital. Dr. Tadros moved to Denver in 2000 where she lives with her husband Joseph along with Bruno her G.S.P..
Dr. Tracy Mich, DVM
Dr. Tracy Mich Graduated from CSU College of Veterinary Medicine in 2001. During her veterinary career, she has travelled domestically and abroad to provide veterinary services to underserved communities. Giving back to her community has always been a passion. She currently volunteers when she can with the local non-profit group Peace, Love and Paws helping to provide veterinary care for pets whose families are homeless or extremely low income. While she has lived other places during her adult life, Dr. Mich has spent the majority of her life in Colorado and is one of the increasingly fewer people born here. She was a high school graduate of JFK High School in Denver. Dr. Mich has a great passion and love for Veterinary Medicine but has also other rewarding careers like, teaching Middle School in Utah and giving boat guided tours in Glacier National Park (one of her favorite jobs) in Montana. Dr. Mich enjoys skiing and hiking here in Colorado, loves to travel and has been a SCUBA diver for many years. She has 2 Chihuahuas names Ivy and Juni who are her special loves and brings them to work with her everyday.
Dr. Erin Casey, DVM
Dr. Erin Casey, a Colorado native, graduated with a BS in Environmental Health from Colorado State University. She then received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Colorado State University in 2008. Additionally, Dr. Casey received a certification in veterinary acupuncture and a minor in business. After graduation she was accepted into New York City Veterinary Specialists’ internship program in Manhattan, for advanced training in small animal specialty and emergency medicine. Her personal interests include skiing/snowboarding, hiking, photography, and traveling. Dr. Casey and her husband, David, have a young daughter, Charley, and a son, Matthew. They live with their terrier mix named Tater Tot.
Laura, B.A., Hospital Manager
Laura was born in Germany and grew up all over the United States. She spent most of her time in California, where her interest in working with animals brought her to start interning at a clinic at the age of 15. She started training as a technician at the age of 17 while attending CSU as a pre-Vet/Dance major. After receiving her BA from CSU, Laura had continued to share her love of animals and dance by splitting her time between the two. Laura has been with Denver Animal Hospital since 2014 and is thankful for the supportive and talented team she continues to work with every day.
Debbie experienced a brave move from Chicago to Denver in 2013. As a Veterinary Technician, her passion for working with animals can be traced back to the Anti-Cruelty Society. Where she began her career as a Kennel Attendant. Navigating through other positions and ultimately leading to a Vet Tech position. As a seasoned tech, her valuable career experiences include Spay/Neuter clinics, Canine Therapy Groups, Wildlife Rehabilitation, a Raptor Assistant Internship, Veterinary Clinical Trials and Private practice. Undergraduate studies included a Major in Biology and coursework in Environmental Science at Northeastern University.
Having worked previously with Dr. Tadros for 1 year at a previous animal hospital, Debbie has propelled herself with transferable skills, surviving through change while remaining an integral part of DAH since 2016. Embracing the same core values and goals of the clinic. As well, bonding with the team to continue the goal of preserving the human bond and immeasurable ways that pets touch our lives.
Debbie’s passion extends beyond animal care and education. While in her time away for Denver Animal Hospital, she volunteers for Project Helping and the Denver Rescue Mission. Enjoyment can also be found with Visual Display and Design, Cooking and Entertaining and Nonfiction writing. With her trademark smile as an opener, Debbie is prepared to build new relationships with the clients and beloved pets of Denver Animal Hospital.
Pam, B.S., Technician
Pam has been in the Veterinary field since 2006. She attended Bel-Rea Veterinary Technician Institute in 2002 and then University of Phoenix where she earned her Bachelors in Business. Pam has been in many roles over her career such as, Hospital Manager and Lead Technician. Pam worked with Dr. Meriam Tadros at a pervious hospital for 3 years and when she came to DAH Pam followed shortly after her in the spring of 2017. Pam loves working in Veterinary Medicine, educating clients and improving the lives of pets, it has always been one of her life long passions. For fun she loves to hang out with her kids and husband and taking care of their small “farm” of animals. In her spare time Pam loves to read, do wood working projects and write fantasy novels.
Jah-sheem is a Caribbean-American from New York City that migrated to Colorado from Georgia about 2 years ago. He graduated from Kennesaw state University with his bachelors in Biology in 2013. He has been a practicing Veterinary technician for the last 16 years and specializes in low-stress handling. Cat handling in particular is his favorite avenue of veterinary care. He believes that medical wellness comes through applying great compassion and kindness and continues to apply this belief into the everyday DAH team experience. Jah-sheem usually spend a his free time exploring nature or spending time with his great friends and family.
Joanna graduated from Bel-Rea Veterinary Technician Institute in 2017 and came to Denver Animal Hospital straight out of school. Working in Animal Health has always been a passion of hers and at DAH she has really grown and developed her skills in medicine and educating others. In her spare time, Joanna enjoys riding her bike and exploring the outdoors with her pup, Jessie Jane. Joanna loves being part of this community and hopes to continue to learn and grow.
Lena is a Colorado native, that grew up in Boulder. She moved to Denver after graduating from Front Range Community College in Fort Collins in 2015. She agreed working in the veterinary field when she was 17 years old as a vet assistant and pursued her Veterinary Technology degree and became a Certified Veterinary Technician in 2015. She has a love for animals and a passion for animal nutrition. She has a big family that includes: 2 Siamese cat mixes Chulo and Loki, 3 Dogs Grizzly (Standard poodle), Theodore (Aussie mix), and Meeko (spaniel mix). She also had a turtle named Russle, a bunny named Moo, and a chinchilla named Luna. In her free time, Lena enjoys kayaking, cars, and photography.
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Chelsey was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia. She has always had a passion for animals, humans and the great outdoors. In 2018, Chelsey, her fiancé and two chocolate labs decided to fulfill their lifelong dream and moved to Colorado. She started with DAH as a CST in June 2018 and has been with us ever since. She has a medical background as an Advanced EMT and has also been in multiple roles in the animal hospital setting. Chelsey enjoys establishing client/patient relationships at DAH and growing with the team. In her spare time, she can be found in the mountains hiking, biking or camping with her two chocolate labs Corduroy and Duncan and her fiancé.
Krystyna was born in Greensboro, NC and has lived in several cities including Honolulu, Toronto, and New York City. In search of a home closer to nature she moved to Denver and switched careers from teaching English as a second language to the veterinary field in order to work with animals. Krystyna started as a kennel technician at Maxfund Animal Shelter and from there transitioned to working for a veterinary ophthalmologist as an assistant and receptionist. Krystyna has a deep interest in ocular diseases and hopes to continue learning more about veterinary science. In her spare time Krystyna enjoys hiking, brewing beer, and hanging out with her two animals, Bindi the chihuahua mix and Bronson the bearded dragon.