Meet Our Veterinary Team
Meet Our Veterinary Team
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 healthcare 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.
Dr Olivia Court is passionate about creating strong and lasting bonds with her clients and their pets. Clients appreciate that Dr Court collaborates to create the perfect treatment plan for each pet. She takes time to educate clients about those treatment plans, diagnoses, and answer questions. Her goal is for pets to feel better, and for clients to feel empowered.
Dr Court is Fear Free certified and trained in Cat Friendly Practice methods. She lets pets set the pace for visits by getting on their level, taking time for the pet to feel comfortable, and offering lots of treats. Dr Court loves teaching clients how to take care of their pets’ dental health. When not learning on the job, she attends conferences, researches new topics in the veterinary field, and signs up for hands-on training opportunities.
She attended the University of Massachusetts Amherst for her undergraduate degree and Tufts University for her DVM. She’s excited to be in Denver, where she can explore the area, try out new breweries, and go horseback riding. She also loves practicing yoga. Dr Court shares her home with three pets: her spoiled, toothless Italian Greyhound; Bird, who has a larger wardrobe than most people; and two cats named Sterling and Poppy.
Clients appreciate Alex’s calm and thorough approach to each appointment. She takes time to answer her clients’ questions and acknowledge their concerns. She wants them to feel educated and empowered about their pets’ care. She enjoys teaching owners about proper feeding habits, exercise, and routine check-ups. Alex also works efficiently so that appointments don’t take longer than necessary.
By treating clients as peers, Alex is able to turn consults into conversations. This allows them to be involved with the appointment process. She treats each pet as if they are her own, providing compassion, love, and lots of treats.
Alex is comfortable with all types of pets, including rabbits, reptiles, amphibians, and chickens. She has a special interest in snakes. She takes advantage of on-the-job training and seminars whenever possible.
Alex received her BS in Environmental Studies from the University of Vermont. Her focus was on ecology and conservation. Currently, she attends the University of Colorado and is working on applying to veterinary school.
Outside of work, Alex enjoys reading in a sunny spot in Cheesman Park, hiking, and attending shows. She has a Holland Lop named Maggie and a cat named Panda. While she loves all animals, she has an affinity for big, fluffy dogs that think they are lap dogs.
Ali’s approachable demeanor and kind nature help clients feel immediately welcomed to Goodheart. She takes time to explain treatments and answer questions. She also enjoys educating clients on the why behind treatments. Ali wants clients to feel informed about their pets’ care.
When working with patients, Ali takes time to understand each patient’s needs. She is passionate about senior patients and she understands the importance of a slow and steady approach. She loves to help with oral care and educate clients on the importance of dental maintenance. Ali is the self-proclaimed catheter queen, able to place catheters and draw blood on even the wiggliest patient.
Ali attended the Australian Industry Resource Centre for Veterinary Nursing. She also enjoys attending continued education training to help further develop her skills. She shares her heart with her pets: Kuda, an Australian Cattle Dog mix; Bert, a Jack Russell Terrier mix; and her cat Milky. When not working, she enjoys traveling, attending music gigs, and snowboarding with her husband.
Certified Veterinary Technician
Clients appreciate Matthew’s thorough and knowledgeable approach to patient care. He uses excellent communication skills to help clients understand all aspects of their pets’ care. Because he explains the why behind all treatment options, he helps clients make informed decisions.
Matthew enjoys studying different medications and anesthesia. He also gives pets plenty of love and treats when they are at the hospital. He attended Bel-Rea Institute, where he graduated with high honors. Matthew is a self-proclaimed cat guy, brought on by his two cats, Strawberry and Bastet. He also shares his heart with his Chihuahua/Pug mix, Ralphie, and his two children. When not working, he loves to attend live music concerts and theatre performances and play board games.
Meghan’s passion for veterinary medicine shines through everything she does. Clients appreciate that she takes the time to meet all their needs. She loves Goodheart’s open communication and transparency; she wants clients to feel involved in the process. A lifelong learner, Meghan enjoys learning more about the veterinary field and expanding her skills to help more pets. She loves helping in surgery, performing dental cleanings, and drawing blood. She wants to become a veterinarian so that she can continue to help improve animals’ lives.
Meghan uses Fear-Free techniques to help pets feel safe and comfortable. Meghan loves all animals, but especially dogs. Her Chihuahua, Elle, came to her as a rescue from a hospital she worked at. She was able to help save Elle’s life and then brought her home. She currently studies at Metropolitan State in Denver, with the goal to attend vet school. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her family, walking her dog, hiking, and going to concerts.
Becca’s thorough and passionate approach helps clients and pets feel welcome from the moment they walk into Goodheart. They love to explain treatment plans and educate clients as well as teaching clients about prevention.
Because they understand the importance of keeping pets comfortable, Becca uses Fear Free techniques. Becca is passionate about anesthesia and keeping pets safe during surgery.
Becca has been in the field for over ten years. They love to research advances in veterinary medicine and attend C.E. courses. They plan to attend a CVT program. Becca’s goal is to learn something new every day.
When not working, they love to go hiking, visit breweries, or take their Husky mix, Arlo, to the park. They also have two cats – Charlie Beansly Brown and Linus. Becca has a special love for cats and rabbits.
Selena’s calm and positive approach to patient care allows clients and pets to feel comfortable while at the hospital. She loves to educate clients, especially about preventive care and dental care. Selena also ensures that clients understand all aspects of their pets’ treatment plans.
Selena uses Fear Free techniques to create a calm, stress-free environment. She knows that vet visits can be stressful for pets, so she takes her time and adjusts care based on what the patient needs. Her skills included placing catheters on even the wiggliest patient, drawing blood in a stress-free manner, and monitoring vitals when pets are in surgery.
When not learning on-the-job, Selena attends CE courses and conferences. She attended PIMA Medical Institute, where she received her Veterinary Associates Degree. She would love to earn her VTS.
Selena shares her heart with her five small dogs: Poodles Bruno, Lola, and Phoebe; Slim Shady, a Havanese, and Mango, a Terrier Mix. When she’s not snuggling on the couch with them, she loves to draw and paint, and explore new restaurants where she can try different foods.
Steph is a thorough, detailed technician. Clients appreciate that she takes time to explain procedures, lab work, and treatment plans. Steph wants clients to understand the benefits of yearly blood work and prevention. She believes in collaborating with clients and doctors. She wants clients to be involved with the entirety of the process. Steph believes that collaboration can also help with stress and keep pets comfortable.
Steph uses Fear Free methods when working with pets. She is patient and allows pets time to adjust before beginning any treatments. She is passionate about animal dentistry and helping pets maintain healthy teeth. To keep her skills up-to-date, she has subscriptions to several veterinary organizations and uses their learning materials. Steph received an Associate’s Degree in Veterinary Technology from Pima Medical Institute.
In her free time, Steph enjoys going hiking and camping with her Pitbull, Simba. Otherwise, she can be found hanging out with her friends or snuggling Nala, her rescue cat.
Veterinary Technician Assistant
Allie’s clear communication, calming presence, and professionalism help clients feel confident with their pets’ care. She believes in Goodheart’s transparency and Fear Free practices. She loves getting to know clients and their pets so that she can provide individualized care.
Allie loves working with a team of animal lovers and learning from her team as well. Because of her experience working at a small animal ICU, she is skilled at handling urgent situations gently and proactively. Allie is currently working on her Animal Science Degree at the University of Missouri. She will then attend the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine to earn her DVM.
When not working or attending class, Allie loves to go to the gym. She also enjoys ceramics because she can work delicately with her hands and it teaches her the importance of a positive mindset. Her pets are Eddie, a black Standard Poodle; Bosley, a domestic longhaired black cat; and Jinx, a Guinea Pig. After working on ranches, Allie has fallen in love with cows.
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.
Client Service Coordinator
Chelsea’s favorite thing about Goodheart is helping clients feel welcome and part of the Goodheart family. Her goal is for everyone to have the best possible experience and for each pet to feel safe and comfortable. Clients love her customer service skills and commitment to care. She is a friendly, committed member of the team, who tries to make everyone smile.
Chelsea gained a passion for caring for people in college. She received her Bachelor’s in Psychology and Criminal Justice from Metropolitan State University. Chelsea loves cats and has two of her own: Sydney and Clooney. For fun, she loves to read all kinds of books, play video games, and go hiking.
Client Service Coordinator
Juvianni enjoys meeting new clients and their pets. He loves being able to help anxious pets. His prompt and quality client service makes each client feel welcome. His goal is to make clients’ lives easier while providing the best possible care to their pets.
By focusing on each pet’s attitude and energy, Juvianni is able to adjust his check-in process to ensure the pet is comfortable. He loves that Goodheart focuses on quality pet care.
Juvianni has two pets: Peanut, a senior Yorkshire Terrier, and Flynn, a gray kitten. Recently, he helped a new mother rabbit and her kits by researching the best way to care for them and keeping them comfortable and warm. A lover of all animals, Juvianni is excited to meet the pets that come into Goodheart.
Client Service Coordinator
Leslie loves being a voice for pets who cannot speak for themselves. She collaborates with clients to create the best plan for each individual pet. Clients appreciate her active listening skills and that she takes time to answer all their questions.
Leslie uses Fear Free techniques to help pets feel comfortable during their appointments. She gets down on their level, offers treats and pets, and takes time to make sure the pet feels secure. She loves spoiling the patients who come into Goodheart to make the experience positive.
Outside of work, she loves spending time outside with her dogs and boyfriend, Ryan. She loves anything Harry Potter or Star Wars and watching anime. She has two spoiled dogs: Obi-Juan-Kenobi, a Dachshund, and Alpha, a Pit/Lab/Mastiff mix.
Client Service Coordinator
Aubrey’s motivation is her desire to provide excellent service and care for every client and patient who comes to Goodheart. She loves being a part of a team of people who are all dedicated to taking care of pets. Clients appreciate how transparent and informative Aubrey is. She helps educate clients so they can make the best decisions for their pets’ care.
Aubrey knows veterinary visits can be scary for pets. She reads pets’ body language to gauge their comfort, and respects their space and needs. She is currently working on becoming Fear Free certified, and enjoys learning about and understanding pet behaviors.
Aubrey shares her heart with her giant Maine Coon cat, Falcon. She loves all animals, but definitely has a soft spot for cats. She received her Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from the University of West Florida. She has really enjoyed exploring Denver, including going thrifting with her friends, but also loves staying home and playing video games.