Dr. Marla Kriet grew up in the Denver area and attended Colorado State University for both her bachelor’s (Zoology) and graduate degrees. She fulfilled a childhood dream when she received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from CSU in 2000. Dr. Marla knew from a young age that she wanted a career working with animals and that, combined with her interest in science and medicine, made veterinary medicine an ideal choice. She practiced in Aurora prior to joining Advanced Pet Care of Parker in February 2016. Dr. Marla loves getting to know her patients and their families. Her professional interests include preventative and senior care, dentistry, and internal medicine. Dr. Marla became acupuncture certified in 2006. When out of the office, she spends time with her husband, Bryan, her daughter, Natalie, and their 3 dogs Avy, a golden retriever; Sally, a shih tzu; and Yeti, a Jack Russell terrier. Dr. Marla also enjoys downhill mountain biking, skiing, reading and travelling to any beautiful place.
Dr. Shawn Seibel
Dr. Shawn Seibel is from Texas originally, and attended Texas A&M University (Gig ‘Em Aggies!) for both undergraduate studies (B.S. in Biomedical Sciences) and to earn his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine (DVM). After graduation in 2004, he moved to Philadelphia, PA were he performed a 1 year Medicine and Surgery Internship at the University of Pennsylvania Ryan Veterinary Hospital. He then moved to Parker, CO in 2005 working at the Animal Emergency & Specialty Center here in Parker. He worked there for about 5 years before deciding to open Advanced Pet Care of Parker in 2009.
Dr. Shawn’s professional interests include surgery, internal medicine, dental care, and ultrasound. He is dedicated to providing high quality care and early diagnosis of problems in your pet.
When Dr. Shawn opened Advanced Pet Care of Parker he wanted something different than he had seen with other local general practices. He wanted a practice that took the time to educate clients on the issues their pets experienced and help owners recognize some of the signs of problems before they become severe. He also feels it is very important to educate owners about the signs of pain in their pet, as the pet cannot ‘tell’ their owners that they are hurting.
Dr. Shawn also wanted to have a practice that felt like family or home when you came in. He wanted to portray the belief that we treat your pet like it’s one of our own, while at the same time creating a stress-free environment so your pet can receive the best health care.
He is married and has one son. They share their home with their 2 rescued dogs. He also ‘owns’ Ludie (Ludie disagrees and feels he is the owner of the clinic and the head boss) the clinic cat that you’ll get to know very well if you visit the office as he’s usually up front (unless it’s feeding time). Dr. Shawn enjoys woodworking and remodeling his home along with outdoor adventures with his family!
Kortney has been a veterinary technician since graduating from Bel-Rea Institute of Animal Technology in 2011. She has a background in emergency medicine and has been with Advanced Pet Care of Parker since 2014. Her favorite part of being a veterinary technician is being involved in surgery. She loves scrubbing in to assist the doctors, running anesthesia, and giving your pet extra love as the recover from anesthesia. When not at work, she is busy working with her husband and son on their family ranch where they have dogs, cats, horses, and yak.
Lauren started in Veterinary field as a Veterinary Assistant until she received her degree as a Certified Veterinary Technician in 2011. Since then she has worked in general practice taking loving care of dogs and cats of all sizes. When she is not working, she is spending time at home with her 3 dogs and 1 cat or outdoors enjoying Colorado’s mountains.
Robyn is a native to Colorado who knew from a very young age animals were her passion. She graduated from Bel Rea in 2012 and practiced for 2 years before taking a break. During that time she had a son and spent the first year and half home with him. She got back into the field and realized it's what she loved doing. She started at Advanced Pet Care of Parker in May 2018 and enjoys the work life balance it offers. When she isn't working, she's spending time with her husband, son, two cats, and their husky, Shiloh.
Ericka grew up in Wisconsin and after attending a 4-year college for biology and psychology, she decided that helping animals was her calling. Shortly after moving to Colorado, Ericka attended and graduated from Bel-Rea in March of 2018 and passed her national board exam in July of 2018 but has been working as a veterinary assistant/technician since 2015. Fear-Free certified, she has a background in both general and emergency medicine, along with avian and exotic medicine. Her favorite part of the job is performing dentals with the doctors; she loves the satisfaction of turning a pet’s “less-than ideal” mouth into a pain-free and clean mouth. When she is not working, she enjoys spending time with her husband, twin boys, newborn daughter and all 4 of her dogs. Her favorite animal is the sea turtle and if she were to ever stop working with cats and dogs, she would seek a career in rescue and rehabilitation of marine animals.
Lindsey is a Colorado native that graduated from Community College of Denver as a Veterinary Technician. She has grown up with dogs and has a passion for veterinary medicine. Lindsey enjoys camping, dirt biking, fly fishing, and snowboarding.