Eryn Zeugschmidt, DVM
Dr. Eryn graduated with an Animal Science degree from Oregon State University and received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at Washington State University, then spent several years practicing in Arizona and Oregon before calling Colorado home. She loves the variety of being a mixed animal veterinarian and particularly enjoys surgery and critical cases of all species. When not working on animals, Dr. Eryn can be found riding her horse and enjoying the outdoors with her husband and daughter.
Ashleigh Olds-Sanchez, DVM, DABVP
Board certified in Equine Medicine and Surgery
Dr. Olds opened Aspen Creek Veterinary Hospital in 2006 and has been practicing medicine along the Front Range since 2003. She attended Colorado State University and obtained a degree in Equine Science prior to obtaining her veterinary degree from the University of California at Davis. Dr. Olds then completed an internship at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign specializing in Equine Surgery/Internal Medicine. All of these experiences gave Dr. Olds a broad educational background covering many aspects of the veterinary industry. She has extensive experience in lameness, surgery, and emergency/critical care in addition to her special interest in Equine Dentistry. Dr. Olds has completed the rigorous process of becoming Board Certified in Equine Practice by the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners. She particularly enjoys surgery and critical care cases. In her free time, Dr. Olds enjoys riding her horses, and the challenges of working cows and competing in Ranch Versatility and Reined Cow Horse events.
Shannon Harland, DVM, cIVCA
Dr. Harland graduated from University of California at Davis with her Bachelors of Science and then her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. She then completed an internship at the prestigious Alamo Pintado Equine Medical Center. Following her internship, Dr. Harland worked for 3 years in a multi-doctor equine ambulatory practice in San Diego, California. Dr. Harland then spent 3 years working as a fellow at the University Veterinary Teaching Hospital in Sydney, Australia, where she specialized in equine internal medicine and critical care, as well as supervising veterinary students. Dr. Harland especially enjoys internal medicine cases and performing ultrasound exams. She completed a rigorous course in Animal Chiropractic through the Options for Animals school in Kansas and is certified in Animal Chiropractic through the International Veterinary Chiropractic Association. Dr. Harland enjoys performing chiropractic adjustments on dogs and horses primarily. Dr. Harland also particularly enjoys working with goats and camelids. In her free time, she can be found exploring the outdoors, conquering 14ers, and competing in adventure races.
Alicia Yocom, DVM
Dr. Alicia Yocom is originally from California, where she began her love for horses. Dr. Yocom competed locally in English hunter/jumper shows while growing up, and continued to compete while obtaining an Animal Science degree from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo. She then attended U.C. Davis for veterinary school, where she had an equine focus. Dr. Yocom then completed a one-year internship at The Piedmont Equine Practice, Inc., located in the heart of Virginia horse country. Following this, she spent two years at Colorado State University, continuing to hone her skills in equine general practice as well as sports medicine and imaging. Dr. Yocom then worked as an associate veterinarian at Peninsula Equine Medical Center in California before returning to beautiful Colorado. Her interests include sports medicine and lameness, imaging, and general equine veterinary medicine. She is excited to be a part of the ACVH team and looks forward to helping the patients feel the best they can. In her free time, Dr. Yocom enjoys hiking, traveling, and spending time with her Cocker Spaniel, Penny.
Sarah Lalonde, DVM
Dr. Lalonde is a Colorado native but she attended veterinary school at Texas A & M University after attending college in Florida. Loving to travel, after Dr. Lalonde spent several years working on both large and small animals in Texas, she moved to Idaho and worked exclusively with dogs and cats. She puts a big emphasis on learning and has taught canine police handlers in Idaho. Wanting to contribute internationally, she travelled to Mongolia through Christian Veterinary Mission to teach the local veterinarians. In her free time, she enjoys seeing new places with her husband as well as baking. Dr. Lalonde has returned to her home state of Colorado and joined Aspen Creek as a full time small animal veterinarian.