Dr. Natalie Adams, CCRT, cVMA
Dr. Natalie Adams is a graduate of Virginia Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine. She did a small animal medicine / surgery internship at Michigan State University before heading out to Colorado in 1997. Natalie practiced at a 24 hour small animal veterinary hospital in Thornton for 18 years prior to joining the Arvada Veterinary Hospital team. She is certified in small animal rehabilitation and veterinary acupuncture and is excited to start offering those services at AVH. Her other special interests include geriatrics, surgery, and ultrasonography. Natalie lives in Boulder and enjoys many outdoor pursuits, including trail running, skiing, and hiking peaks with her microbeast Abel.
Dr. Susan Seethaler
Dr. Seethaler graduated with honors from Colorado State University with a doctorate in veterinary medicine in 1999, after receiving a mechanical engineering degree from Northern Arizona University. Susan worked in a Longmont small animal practice until she joined the Arvada Veterinary Hospital staff in February 2009. She lives in Arvada with her husband and their children, Jace and Channing . In her spare time, she enjoys biking, hiking, snowboarding, and gardening. They also share their home with their Doberman, Emma.
Arvada Veterinary Hospital
6645 Wadsworth Blvd.
Arvada, CO 80003
Dr. Alison Bokas
Dr. Alison Bokas attended Michigan State University for undergraduate studies and then graduated in 2008 with a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine. She grew up in veterinary medicine, having spent a lot of time at her father's veterinary hospital in Michigan. After graduation Alison moved to Colorado and worked at a practice in Littleton until joining Arvada Veterinary Hospital in February 2011. She lives in Golden with her husband, and her dog, Lucy. They enjoy hiking, skiing, rock climbing, camping and traveling. Alison looks forward to meeting and building a relationship with you and your furry family members.
Dr. Carla Anema
Dr. Carla Anema received her veterinary doctorate from Colorado State University in 1997. She is particularly interested in internal medicine as well as preventative care. In her free time, Dr. Anema enjoys gardening, beading, making jewelry and spending time with her husband and two cats. She is a native Coloradan and grew up in the Denver area.