Lori Perrow, DVM, Medical Director
Dr. Lori Perrow went to college and graduated from vet school at North Carolina State University in 1999. For 2 years, after graduating, she pursued advanced training in equine medicine before she decided to switch to small animal medicine. She moved to Colorado in 2012 with her husband and daughter after visiting the state for several summers and deciding that they want to experience Colorado full time. They have five dogs and three cats. In her spare time, Lori likes to bike, run and knit.
Tyler Renehan, DVM
Dr. Tyler Renehan received his D.V.M. degree from Colorado State University in Fort Collins, CO. He has worked at several small animal general practices since his undergrad years and completed several externships at small animal hospitals - most recently at PetAid Colorado, a non-profit veterinary hospital in Denver. As an “Air Force brat,” Tyler moved around the country numerous times as a child, but settled down in his parents’ hometown of Colorado Springs when he was 8 years old. Tyler and his wife Trish have a Labrador mix named Ellie, and enjoy spending their time hiking, fishing, and exploring the local breweries.
Amanda Naturman, DVM
Dr. Amanda Naturman is from Chicago but went to college and veterinary school in Florida. She graduated from the University of Florida's vet school in 2015. After veterinary school she completed a one year small animal internship at Colorado State University. The past two years she has been working in small animal general practice in Gainesville, FL while her husband finished veterinary school there. In her free time she loves to hike and explore the outdoors, which is what brings her back to Colorado. She also loves cooking, running, traveling, and spending time with her husband, Dan, and cat Ripley.