Dr. Eric Eisen received his DVM from Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1986.
Prior to that, he received a Master of Science from New Mexico State University and a Bachelor of Science from the University of Massachusetts. He moved to Colorado in 1989 and has been practicing in Lakewood since 1997.
His wife Kim and their Irish Wolfhound, Evelyn, live in the Boulder area. Professionally, his interests include giant breed dogs, dermatology, dentistry, and surgery. Personally, Dr. Eisen enjoys music, gardening, skiing, and cooking.
Dr. Erika Olson received her DVM from Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2005 and is a certified veterinary acupuncturist. Prior to vet school, she received a Master of Science from CSU and a Bachelor of Arts from Brown University. Before joining Wadsworth Animal Hospital in 2010, Dr. Olson practiced small animal medicine in Seattle, Washington and in southeast Denver.
Dr. Olson and her family share their home in Morrison with their dogs, Moose and Molly, their cat, Cheddar, and a smattering of fish. When she isn’t chasing her small children, she enjoys everything about the kitchen (cooking and eating), reading, and running.
Dr. Heather Moffett was raised on a farm in Marion, Ohio, and fell in love with both science and animals at an early age. She attended Mount Vernon Nazarene University, where she graduated with her Bachelors of Science in 2000. Heather then received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from The Ohio State University in 2004. She practiced large and small animal medicine in Utah for 4 years before moving to Denver, Colorado, and limiting her practice to dogs and cats.
Dr. Moffett lives in Thornton with her husband, Mark, two young sons and a daughter, and two senior aged cats: Scooter and Wookie. She loves hiking, traveling, and getting to work part time so she can still be a big part of her childrens’ first few years of life.
Dr. Heidi Leder is from Bear Creek, Wisconsin, where she grew up on a sheep farm and was actively involved in 4-H. She received her BS in Biology from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, and received her DVM from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2006. For two years, she worked in a mixed animal practice in Northern Wisconsin. In 2008, she moved to Greenville, North Carolina, where she worked in a small animal practice before moving to Denver in the fall of 2015. Dr. Leder became certified in Veterinary Medical Acupuncture in the spring of 2015.
Dr. Leder shares her home with her husband Jake, her dog, Zed Leppelin, and her two cats, Stan and Olyve Oyl. In her spare time, she enjoys cross-fit, running, reading, and anything involving the outdoors.
Allyson, our practice manager, has been with Wadsworth Animal Hospital and Pets Vet of Lakewood since 2000. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Colorado in 2006.
She shares her home with her Great Dane, Benny. In her spare time, Allyson loves hockey, hiking, and walking her dog.
Amber is a Colorado native and has worked in the veterinary field since she was sixteen years old. She graduated in Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology in May 2011 from Colorado State University. She has a German Shepherd named Axel, and enjoys anything outdoors including camping, fishing, and hiking.
Hannah is a Colorado native and has been working in the veterinary field for 5 years. She graduated with an Associates of Applied Science from Bel- Rea Instiute of Veterinary Technology in December of 2013. She lives with her fiance Daniel and their 2 dogs Buddy and Tasha. In her spare time she enjoys reading, painting/drawing, and spending time with her family.
Monica has been with Wadsworth Animal Hospital since 2017. She is a Colorado native who has always had a knack for caring for animals. She has a certificate in veterinary assisting from the Community College of Denver, and has worked in the veterinary field since 2015. In her spare time, Monica enjoys being outdoors and spending time with her pets. Monica has two dogs, Bear and Evie, and a cat named Luna.
Michelle moved to Colorado from southern Utah in 2014. She graduated from Dixie State University in 2013 and later graduated from the Denver School of Massage Therapy in 2014. Michelle joined the Wadsworth Animal Hospital family as a receptionist in 2017. She made the switch from human health care to pet health care a little over a year ago to pursue her passion for animals. She adopted a white Husky and enjoys taking him on hikes and fishing in their free time. She hopes to continue her experience in the pet industry and eventually train to become a veterinary technician.
Samantha is a Colorado native, a graduate from the Bel-Rea Institute, and a current student at MSU Denver for her Bachelor’s in Biology. She has been working with a variety of animals since 2014 and has had many different species as her own pets. She spends her free time with her husband and her son. As a family, they spend time hiking, gaming, fishing, and camping.