Our Staff

Kate Dohse, DVM, Owner/Veterinarian

Dr. Kate Dohse graduated from Kansas State University in 1997.  Dr. Kate first came to work at Piney Creek Square Integrative Veterinary Medicine in 2002 while splitting her time as an emergency and relief veterinarian at various clinics throughout the Front Range. A Nebraska native, Dr. Dohse practiced for a short time in Florida before making her home in the Parker area.  She enjoys all aspects of clinical practice and her special interests include critical care, nutrition, dentistry, pain management and preventative medicine. She is passionate about educating clients as well as keeping up on her continuing education and attending national critical care and internal medicine symposiums. Dr. Kate is married with four children, one cat and one dog.  During her time away from the practice, she is advocating for those with Autism and Sensory Processing Disorders and appreciates any amount of quiet time she can get reading, listening to music and practicing yoga.

Merry Gibson, DVM, Associate Veterinarian

Sarah, Office Manager/Veterinary Technician

Many clients know and trust Sarah as she has been at Piney Creek Square Integrative Veterinary Medicine since 1999.  Sarah was born in Illinois but has lived most of her life in Colorado and graduated from Smoky Hill High School.  She received her Applied Animal Science degree from the Bel Rea Institute of Animal Technology and has particular interest in veterinary dentistry and nutrition.  Sarah enjoys boating and camping with friends and family as well as going to the movies with "the girls".  She makes her home in Parker with her husband, son and pets Marley, a Golden Retriever, and Napolean, a domestic medium hair cat.  To sum up how Sarah feels about working at Piney Creek she says, "I love the close knit family here at Piney Creek Square Integrative Veterinary Medicine with staff and clients."  GO BRONCOS!

Mikayla, Veterinary Technician

Andi, Certified Veterinary Technician

Lady Di, Greeter and Clinic Kitty

Lady Di is the official feline greeter at Piney Creek Square Integrative Veterinary Medicine and has earned the nick name 'Honey Girl' due to her sweet nature. Lady Di made Piney Creek Square Integrative Veterinary Medicine her home in 2008 after retiring from the Show Cat circuit where she was 'crowned' as a Grand Champion. Most days you can find Lady Di roaming the halls, checking on dogs and cats by sniffing exam room doors and sleeping in her 'cave' under the front desk. She is a very sweet girl who loves to visit and comfort our clients throughout the day.