Complete, loving care for your pets
Your pet’s complete wellness depends on far more than technology and advanced diagnoses – it’s about the bond between you and your pet. Your pet is a member of your family, and when you visit us at Mountain Parks Veterinary Hospital we are committed to treating you and your furry family member like you’re a member of ours. We are a unique veterinary hospital and pet care facility that works to build a strong personal connection with you so we can offer a range of veterinary and lifestyle services that meet your pet’s individual needs and the quality of care they deserve.
“Is it summer yet?” – Benny
Mountain Parks Veterinary Hospital has been a part of the Foothills scenery since 1970. As Evergreen’s first veterinary hospital, we’re strongly committed to balancing the tradition of our tranquil small town with the changing needs of modern families and their pets.
Over the years, we’ve expanded the scope of our services, the capabilities of our facilities, and our relationships with our mountain neighbors and their pets.
Our Adventure Camp & Pet Lodge services complement the veterinary care offered at our hospital by providing exercise, socialization and boarding options for your pets. In fact, we are the first pet care facility in the area that has offered veterinary services, overnight boarding and doggie daycare in one location with a veterinary staff on-site for more than 40 years.
Here at Mountain Parks Veterinary Hospital, we are committed to providing pets and their families with comprehensive, high-quality veterinary medicine while also supporting and nourishing the beautiful community in which we live and practice.
Our team is our ‘professional family,’ and we work at Mountain Parks because we are passionate about all pets… our own pets, our clinic cat Domino, and yours too! We look forward to building a lasting relationship with you and your pet.
Meet The Team
Dr. David DiMeo
Dr. David DiMeo graduated from the University of Illinois, College of Veterinary Medicine in 1983 and has been caring for pets ever since. He worked for other veterinarians before offering in-home care. In 1990 he decided to open a hospital with his wife, Dr. Julie Pelto in Rhode Island.
The new hospital became a pet care leader offering many advanced procedures such as ultrasonography, digital radiography, dental radiography minimally invasive surgery and in-house laboratory services.
Dr. DiMeo was a member of the RI State Board of Veterinary Medicine for 9 years, a delegate to the American Veterinary Medical Association for 8 years and president of the RI and New England Veterinary Medical Associations. Dr. DiMeo is also a member of the Colorado Veterinary Medical Association and the Veterinary Ultrasound Society. He stays current by frequent attendance at local and national scientific meetings.
In 2010 Drs. DiMeo and Pelto decided it was time for change and sold their practice. After two years with the new owner Dr. DiMeo went on to Purdue University to obtain advanced training in veterinary imaging. After a year at Purdue the entire family moved to Colorado.
The DiMeo family includes 3 human girls and 2 human boys ranging in age from 14 to 27, a Golden Retriever, Siberian Husky, 3 cats and an assortment of more exotic pets. The DiMeo’s are avid skiers and enjoy many sporting and cultural activities.
Dr. CeeCee Mullen
Dr. Mullen completed her veterinary degree from Tufts University in 1998 and practiced in Boston for four years before taking a position with Hill’s Pet Nutrition as a Consulting Veterinarian in Syracuse, NY. After three years there, she moved to Evergreen and returned to private practice because this is where she belongs – directly making a difference in the lives of people and their animal companions. Dr. Mullen feels very fortunate to have fulfilled her dreams of being a veterinarian and practicing in the beautiful Rocky Mountains.
Dr. Mullen has particular interests in cats, greyhounds and in improving animal health through nutrition. She currently resides in Evergreen with her husband and best friend, Johan Holmquist, their boxer, jack russell terrier and four little people in fur coats (cats). In her spare time she is a passionate mountain biker (which is what ultimately brought her to Colorado) and love camping, hiking and almost anything backcountry.
Anne grew up in Iowa and since graduating from the University of Iowa, she has lived in Indianapolis, Los Angeles, and Chicago before moving to Colorado in 2014. She has a variety of experiences from careers in Marketing, Management, Client Liaison, and Account & Project Management. Anne entered the field of Veterinary Medicine to learn more about her own dog’s health and found her passion in working with pets and educating their human parents.
Anne’s most favorite things to do are snorkeling and looking for shells and rocks. Because she grew up geode hunting in Iowa, she loves hiking and seeing the geological differences of Colorado. She also paints and gardens.
Anne moved to Evergreen in the beginning of 2017 with her dog, Sienna. She spends most of her free time hosting her friends and family to share her new surroundings. The rest of her free time is spent playing with Sienna, of course!
A Colorado native, Molly has lived near Bailey her whole life. Molly is currently studying Zoology and takes pride in volunteering at the Intermountain Humane Society. She has 1 dog, 3 cats, 1 rabbit and 1 chinchilla. She enjoys hiking and learning new things through her schooling.
Maddie is a Colorado native, having grown up right here in Evergreen. Maddie studied Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Colorado – Boulder and has worked for kennels, dog walking, and pet sitting prior to her career as a Veterinary Assistant and Camp Counselor here with Mountain Parks. She has one dog, a pit bull mix rescue named “Nala.” Maddie enjoys hiking, camping, yoga, meditation, and traveling.
Lydia loves animals and people – and it’s obvious when she is at work! She has lived in the Conifer area for over a decade, after growing up in Ohio where she attended The Ohio State University and graduated with a degree in Animal Science. She is married, has 3 children, lots of grandchildren, 2 cats, 2 English Setters and an AQHA Gelding. She really enjoys living in Colorado: Riding her horse, hiking with her dogs, reading, gardening, making jewelry and cards or just relaxing with her husband.
A Kittredge, Colorado native, Joyce has always had a passion for animals and aspires to be a Veterinarian – and has plans to attend the Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Montana to study Equine Science and Business in January! At home, she has 1 horse, 1 dog, 3 cats, and 2 rabbits.
Kendal grew up in the San Francisco Bay area of California and moved to Evergreen in December of 2016. Kendal is currently attending CSU – Fort Collins studying Zoology. A fun fact about Kendal – she has been wrestling for 5 years and competes at a collegiate level! She shares her home with 1 lucky dog – a schnauzer – whom she rescued 6 years ago. While not working and studying Kendal enjoys hiking and exploring the mountains.
Jaden is currently attending Platte Canyon High school. She spent most of her childhood in Rhode Island and moved to Colorado in the summer of 2013. When Jaden is not working, she is either running, hanging out with friends, playing softball, or listening to music. Due to her parents being veterinarians, her house has quite the variety of animals ranging from tropical birds to your common household pets such as dog and cats. Jaden’s work experience related to her position is a steady job of 3 years walking and caring for dogs and cats around her neighborhood.
Mali is currently a senior at Platte Canyon High School and is thrilled to be working at Mountain Parks Adventure Camp + Pet Lodge! Mali grew up in Rhode Island with her family of 7, before moving to Colorado in the summer of 2013. Her family has always housed a variety of animals from parrots to snakes to cats and dogs. When not working, Mali often can be found with her nose buried in a book, sketching, playing softball, hanging out with friends or napping.
Tammy is doing what she’s always wanted to do… working with animals! A graduate of Bel-Rea, she incorporates many years of experience as a certified technician into our team. Her special interest is dentistry, so she is a huge advocate for preventative care, and will be happy to show you how to brush your pets’ teeth! Not only does she have a lot of technician work experience, but she has six dogs at home too! Tammy grew up in a military family traveling extensively, but as an adult she has been a consistent resident of Pine for 40 years. Prospecting, bowling, and spending time with her family, are a few of the things she likes to do when not caring for pups!
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We try not to get too bogged down in the Fine Print, but we do have a few policies that we ask all of our Clients to keep in mind when scheduling appointments and making decisions about their pets’ treatment options.
We are glad that you have chosen us for your pet’s healthcare needs. Please plan to arrive just a few minutes early so that we can have time to get to know you and get you entered into our computer system before your appointment time. If you have records from previous veterinary visits, please bring them with you to your first appointment or you can have them faxed or emailed to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also fill out our WELCOME FORM at home to save a few minutes.
WALK-INS: Appointments are recommended, however we will do our best to accommodate any last-minute or walk-in patients.
CANCELLATIONS: In the event you are unable to keep a scheduled appointment, we request that you provide at least 24 hours notice as we have reserved time especially for you and your pet. We appreciate your understanding that emergencies will always receive top priority over any scheduled appointments.
PATIENT ARRIVAL POLICY
For your protection, and that of others, all dogs must be on a leash and properly controlled while in the waiting area or exam rooms. All cats must be presented in an appropriate cat carrier or on a leash.
All fees are due at time of services rendered or patient discharge. For your convenience, we accept all major credit cards, cash and/or personal checks for the amount of the fee only.In addition, we do accept Care Credit. At our discretion, we may request a minimum of 50% of the estimated Treatment Plan as a deposit at the time of admission for all major surgeries and hospitalization. We may also request a deposit for emergency cases at the time of admission for intensive care therapy to be initiated.