Dr. Lisa Weiser
Dr. Lisa Weiser graduated from the University of Wisconsin Madison School of Veterinary Medicine in 2003. She continued her education with an internship in emergency medicine and critical care at a specialty clinic in South Florida. She has spent time practicing in Florida, Wisconsin, Seattle, and just recently relocated to the Northern Colorado area. Her interests include internal medicine, preventative medicine, and geriatric patient care.
Outside of work she enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, biking, and cooking.
Dr. Joya Migliaccio
Dr. Joya was born and raised in Colorado Springs. She went to Colorado State University for her undergraduate and received her DVM from their College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences in 2017. She started out in practice in southern Wyoming working in a small mixed animal practice on cows, horses, dogs, and cats. She moved back to Colorado to be closer to her family and has been focusing on small animal medicine since then. Her main veterinary interests include pain management, rehabilitation, palliative care, and diagnostic imaging.
In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her menagerie of animals including her dogs (Jolene, Homer, Gordita, and Chalupa), cats (Sawyer and Sir Winston Pancakes), cow (Nemo), horse ( Nugget), and chinchillas (Stitch and Avalanche). She can also be found hiking, reading, or playing board and card games with her family and friends.
Dr. Linda Stephens
Dr. Linda Stephens attended Cornell University for her undergraduate degree and in 2016, received her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Cornell’s College of Veterinary Medicine. Moving to Pueblo, Colorado, Dr. Linda practiced at a mixed animal general practice and emergency medicine clinic. There she treated multiple species including livestock, equine, companion animals, pocket pets, and even a few exotics. When Fort Collins became her home, she focused on small animal medicine and general practice. Dr. Stephens is passionate about dentistry, surgery, the human-animal bond, and palliative care in our geriatric pets.
When away from the clinic, you will find Dr. Linda hiking, doing yoga, paddleboarding, camping, relaxing with a book, or spending time with her family including her Boxer dog (Liam), Sphynx cat (Polina), and her California desert tortoises (Fatty and Waffle).
Dr. Roni Kloer
Dr. Kloer is now the practice owner, although she joined Garden Valley Veterinary Hospital in 2013. She earned her education at Colorado State University, first obtaining a biology undergraduate degree and later a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. She continued on at CSU for Veterinary School and graduated with her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2012. Dr. Kloer is proud to be a CSU Ram!
After completing vet school, Dr. Kloer did a small animal rotating internship at VCA Alameda East Veterinary Hospital in Denver where she gained extensive experience seeing emergency cases and working with specialists in internal medicine, surgery, critical care, oncology, and cardiology. After her internship, Dr. Kloer joined the team at Garden Valley Veterinary Hospital and enjoys being a general practice doctor. Her veterinary interests include emergency medicine, wellness care, geriatric care, feline medicine, pain management and acupuncture.
Outside of veterinary medicine, Dr. Kloer enjoys cooking, reading, and dog training. Dr. Kloer and her husband, Tim, currently have 3 cocker spaniels named Max, Jackie, and Diva.