Elizabeth Grimshaw, DVM (pictured riding her horse)
Dr. Liz Grimshaw (previously Gettinger) graduated from North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2013, but worked as a technician in a small animal emergency clinic for a few years prior to veterinary school. Dr. Liz performed research in Cardiology at NCSU as well as research in surgery at CSU. She continued her education in a small animal rotating internship at Colorado State University before joining a private practice in Denver. Her professional interests include surgery and emergency medicine as well as pain management. Dr. Liz and her husband’s love of the mountains and their horses led them to settle in Evergreen. Her hobbies include riding her horses in Endurance rides, running, skiing, hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing and other activities. They share their home with three horses, a ferret, a cat and multiple dogs.
Krys Major-Lovan, DVM (Pictured with her horse Sherman)
Dr. Krys Major-Lovan graduated from Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1990. She went into emergency medicine for two years and then bought a solo practice in College Station, Texas, down the street from Texas A&M. She had the practice (Lovan Care Animal Hospital) for ten years, and then obeyed her call to the mountains. She and her husband, Gary, moved to southwest Washington, where she worked in a small animal practice for ten years. Wanting to be closer to family, they moved to Colorado, where she worked temporary jobs in multiple practices for two years, and then found Evergreen Animal Hospital, which felt like home. Krys enjoys most aspects of small animal medicine and surgery, but her true love is anything feline. Her family includes two adult sons (Garrett and Brandon), one granddaughter (Evie), two kitties (Squirt and Randy), and she also has a horse (Sherman) who has his own veterinarian.