Dr. Erin Eversole graduated from New Mexico State University with her Bachelor’s in Agricultural Biology in 2012, and continued to Colorado State University to complete her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine, graduating in 2016. She then worked in New Mexico for 2 years in mixed practice, helping both small and large animals; she and her husband, Jarod, moved back to Colorado to continue small animal practice.
Dr. Erin had a love and appreciation of animals instilled in her during her upbringing in rural New Mexico on her family’s ranch. She spent hours tending to her FFA and 4-H show animals and the variety of dogs and barn cats of her family, and worked with her family veterinarian for several summers. Her love of science and medicine met her love of animals in her undergraduate, where she worked in small animal clinics as a technician and worked with research programs for livestock nutrition and best handling practices.
Dr. Erin lives locally with her husband, Jarod, and their two dogs, Mya and Chief, and their cat, Critter. In her free time she enjoys reading, hiking, hunting, and golfing. She loves spoiling her pets and pestering her husband.
Erin joined our family in 2021.