Veterinary Support

  • Certified Veterinary Technician

    Beth Ingison

    Beth grew up in Michigan and moved to Colorado in 2006. Beth was a cosmetologist for 7 years and is still licensed, however she has always wanted to work with animals so she decided to go back to school in 2008 to pursue an exciting new career. She graduated from Bel-Rea Institute of Animal Technology in June 2010 and became a Certified Veterinary Technician (CVT) in July 2010. Beth joined the VCA Park Hill team in August 2012. She has one Australian Shepherd named Luna who has endless energy. She loves taking Luna out for walks whenever she gets free time. Being able to take care of animals and work with them every day is very important to her and she loves every minute of it.


  • Certified Veterinary Technician

    Stefanie Lesker

    Stefanie has been working in the Veterinary field for about 10 years and graduated from Bel-Rea as a Certified Veterinary Technician in 2004. Her family includes two Quaker parakeets named Cali (who is full of attitude) and Alfie (her little pirate who was relinquished after he was attacked by another bird and is missing part of his upper beak and a foot). Her most recent addition is Rodney, a Dumbo rat that loves to watch movies with her. She also has two Golden Retrievers named Lily and Albert that live with her part time. She is a Colorado native who loves to travel and photograph the outdoors. Her favorite past times include reading, hiking, and ballroom dancing. Working with animals has always been her passion and she has a special interest in Dentistry and exotics. Her favorite part of the day is working as a team and seeing happy clients and healthy patients.


  • Technician

    Jennifer Estell

    Jennifer Estell, originally from New York, moved to Colorado in 2008 from Phoenix AZ. She graduated from Bel-Rea Institute of Animal Technology in June 2011. She is married with two wonderful kids. In addition she has two Dobermans, one red named Rusty and one white named Bella. She also has a cat named Jingles. Taking care of animals and teaching the public the importance of animal care is one of the things she is most passionate about. That is why she choose the veterinary field to pursue her career.

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