Dr. Guerrera graduated from Colorado State University in 2002, with a strong interest in avian and exotics. He has worked at the Denver Zoo, and has been involved in several field studies including mountain gorillas in Uganda and sea turtles in Costa Rica. Currently, Dr. Guerrera is the primary veterinarian for the Colorado House Rabbit Society. He enjoys anything outdoors, but has a special fondness for bicycling.
Dr. Fredericks loves veterinary medicine and the challenges of diagnostic medicine. A 15 year veteran of Broomfield Veterinary Hospital, Dr. Fredericks graduated from the School of Veterinary Medicine at Michigan State University.
Dr. Miller is a Colorado native, with a special passion for avian and exotic companion animal medicine. After graduating from the Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine she completed a small animal internship at Cornell University, gaining experience in emergency and critical care, internal medicine, surgery, and of course exotics. She is excited to be practicing in her home state and enjoys exploring the outdoors in her free time. Other interests include cooking and swimming, as well as caring for her own pets including a hedgehog, a cockatiel, a rabbit, and a corgi.
Dr. Dan Targoff is a Colorado native. Born and raised in the Arvada/Westmister area until venturing off to college at Colorado State University for his undergraduate degree in Chemistry and his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Targoff loves everything about veterinary medicine but has particular interest in pain management, exotics (especially reptiles) and dentistry. Dr. Targoff got his certificate in Veterinary Medical Acupuncture while in veterinary school and has been using acupuncture to help all critters with pain, neurologic disorders and a myriad of other ailments and diseases for the past 6 years. When not helping pets, he enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, hiking, music, and brewing beer.
Dr. Lisa Fredericks