Dr Alex Robb takes pride in building comfortable and trusting relationships with his clients and patients alike. This individually tailored approach, along with the depth of his experience, allows for effective diagnostic and therapeutic health care plans that everyone can feel good about.
He has completed advanced training in companion animal surgery, is a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Therapist, and is a Fear Free Certified Practitioner.
A passion for improving the effectiveness of medical organizations drives Dr Robb. He earned his MBA from the University of Denver in 2017, focusing on Strategic Leadership of Healthcare Organizations, and has delivered seminars on Leadership and High-Performing Teams for hundreds of veterinary students. He is also currently involved in developing a Simulation Laboratory at Tufts University where veterinarians and students will be able to hone their skills in cutting-edge procedures.
Dr Robb earned his veterinary degree from Tufts University in 2013 and has practiced in the Denver Metro Area ever since. He loves experiencing all of Colorado’s outdoor activities with his family, including two German Shorthaired Pointers named Lucy and Porter. He also enjoys live music, professional sports, photography, and international travel.
Offering her clients and pets a positive experience drives Jenna. She knows the impact this has on a pet’s health and longevity.
She preps for daily visits to anticipate her patients’ needs. And then pairs cats and dogs with their favorite technician, using treats and calming voices to relax anxious animals.
Jenna is laser-focused on addressing all her clients’ concerns. She’s an exceptional multitasker who thrives on remembering the little details. She enjoys surprising clients with her follow-up skills.
Jenna stays up to date with medical developments through continuing education lectures, online courses, and one-on-one training with the experts in her hospital. She is passionate about anesthesia.
Jenna has an associate degree in Veterinary Technology. She bakes in her free time and is perfecting her fancy cupcake skills. She enjoys hiking, spicy food, and anything Harry Potter. On weekends, she loves being out-and-about with her children. She has two pets of her own: Malinois’ named Sierra “Bear Jones” and Bayou, a former police dog.
Dr Christina Suhr helps her patients feel their best through every stage of life – from rambunctious puppies and kittens to graceful seniors. Her genuine care for people and their animals drives her to treat each patient like family.
A former collegiate gymnast at Louisiana State University (Geaux Tigers!), Dr Suhr is a passionate team player. She’s a collaborative problem solver even in the face of complicated conditions. Clients love her calm and attentive demeanor.
Dr Suhr received her veterinary degree from the University of Florida in 2014. She completed a year of specialty training after graduation and is also certified in veterinary acupuncture. She continues to gain new knowledge and skills, most recently completing courses in veterinary nutrition and physical therapy. This all allows for comprehensive preventive care and supportive measures as her patients age.
In her free time, Dr Suhr enjoys mountain biking, hiking, camping, and rock climbing. She shares her home and campsites with her spouse, rescue mutts Reggie and Stevie, and her cat, an orange tabby named Gumbeaux.
Client Service Coordinator
Sam brings six years of veterinary and shelter experience to Goodheart. She values quality communication and creating a genuine connection with each client. Sam’s top priority is ensuring each pet’s needs are being met. She ensures this by using clear communication. Sam utilizes owners’ perspectives throughout the visit. She helps pets live healthy lives by empowering owners to help make decisions on their pets’ care.
Sam graduated from California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo with a Bachelor of Science in Animal Science with a minor in Psychology. She moved to Denver to pursue her Master of Social Work at the University of Denver. She has a cat named Stuart and will be training a therapy dog within the next few months.