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Dr. Ziegler comes to us after serving as a general practice veterinarian on the Front Range for eleven years. Practice before that included working at the Aspen and Carbondale Animal Hospitals for one year and a one year rotating internship at Wheat Ridge Animal Hospital. While growing up in the mountains west of Denver, Dr. Ziegler always wanted to become a veterinarian. A long detour included becoming a Certified Veterinary Technician at Colorado Mountain College which brought him to the Roaring Fork Valley in 1986. While attending CMC, Dr. Z. worked at a local ranch and other businesses which built character and a strong work ethic.
With becoming a veterinarian still in mind, he commuted from this area to Mesa State College where he earned a bachelor’s degree. Finally in 1995 Dr. Z. left the valley to attend veterinary college and graduated four years later from Colorado State University. Now he is excited for this new opportunity to return to this paradise and the wonderful people who live here. Dr. Ziegler is very grateful to Dr. Leake for the chance take the helm as owner of Red Hill Animal Health Center. Dr. Z is also grateful for the competent and friendly staff who have made him feel at home.
Dr. Z. and his wife, Kelly, are ecstatic to make Carbondale their new home. Dr. Z has great love and respect for the outdoors and plans to spend his precious free time hiking, mountain biking, fishing, camping, snowshoeing, cross country skiing, and tending his barbecue. Dr. Z. also shares his life with a German Shorthaired Pointer – Katie, Golden Retriever – Otis, Chihuahua – Chowie, and cat – Ranger.
Dr. Ziegler is a member of the CVMA, AVMA and AAHA and has special interests in wound management, soft tissue surgery, and lamenesses. Dr. Z. encourages old friends and new to come by and say “hello” any time.
Dr. Liz Kremzier grew up in New Hampshire. She started volunteering for her family veterinarian when she was eleven years old, and continued working there until she went away to college. After spending two years in Europe, Liz transferred back home to the University of New Hampshire where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Animal Science. After graduating, Liz came to Colorado and earned a Masters of Science in Clinical Sciences and her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Colorado State University. Liz has also completed training in Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine and Acupuncture through the Chi Institute. Liz and her husband Larry moved to the Roaring Fork Valley in 2003. They live in Carbondale with their two children Oliver and Callista, Labrador Retrievers named Nanna, and Fate, and a menagerie of other furry, feathered and scaled pets. Liz is passionate about providing comprehensive and compassionate veterinary care to pets and their families. Liz enjoys spending time outdoors with her family, bicycling, skiing, hiking, playing ice hockey and gardening.