Alpine Animal Hospital

The doctors and staff at Alpine Animal Hospital are committed to bringing you and your animals better health by practicing the science of Veterinary Medicine. Founded in 1965, Alpine Animal Hospital is a leading full-service provider of large and small animal care, owned and operated by veterinarians. Our mission is to provide the highest standard od quality and compassion in veterinary care for our patients and welcoming, informative, and supportive service for our clients, while maintaining a superior working environment for our employees.

Since its inception, Alpine Animal Hospital's goal has been to assemble a veterinary health care team committed to providing exceptional client service and veterinary health care. The Alpine Animal Hospital team displays an unrivaled commitment to our clients through continuing education, technological advances in veterinary medicine and surgery, and most importantly, administering compassionate care to all pets entrusted to us.

Alpine Animal Hospital would like to take this opportunity to welcome you, your family, and your special family member to our website.  As you continue to browse and explore our website, it is our hope that you will learn more about our dedication to your family and the quality veterinary medicine and service we provide.

  • Mon-Fri: 7:30am - 6:00pm
  • Sat: 9:00am - 5:00pm
  • Sun: 1:00pm - 5:30pm
  • David Evertson, DVM

    Owner/Veterinarian


    Dr. Evertson received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Kansas State University in 1994. Dr. Evertson also recieved a bachelors degree in Molecular Biology from the University of Wyoming in 1990.  Dr. Evertson enjoys large animal practice and particularly has an interest in equine reproduction and dentistry.

  • Dana Petersen, DVM

    Owner/Veterinarian


    Dr. Petersen received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Kansas State University in 1997.  She also has a bachelors degree in Animal Science from KSU in 1995.  She is originally from Dannebrog, Neb., a small town of 325 people in central Nebraska. Her and her husband, Dr. David Evertson, found and later bought Alpine Animal Hospital just 12 days after her graduating vet school. Dr. Petersen has wanted to be a vet ever since she could remember. Her most vivid memory of that goal was when her fathers' black lab had a lump on his neck that was further diagnosed to be an absess.  Dr. Peterson and Dr. Evertson have three sons: Dawson, Devon, and Dax. They also have a border collie, Rigby. In her free time Dr. Petersen enjoys quilting, scrapbooking, and reading.  Her professional interests are small animal soft tissue surgery, puppy training, and rehabilitation/physical therapy.

  • Karly Macon, DVM

    Associate

    Dr. Karly Macon is a 2007 graduate of Colorado State University.  For several years after graduation from veterinary school, she practiced in British Columbia, Canada.  Dr. Macon loves the challenge and variety of mixed animal practice.  She is certified in Medical Acupuncture for Veterinarians and we are excited to now be able to provide acupuncture to our large and small animal patients.  Dr. Macon also received a Master of Science degree in Physiology from CSU.  She conducted research in the equine embryo transfer program and has extensive experience in equine reproduction.  Dr. Macon's other special interests include performance horse lameness, small animal internal medicine and surgery.  She also enjoys small ruminant and camelid medicine.  Her free time is spent working horses, camping, and traveling. 

  • Carey Edwards, DVM

    Associate             

    Carey Edwards received her doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Colorado State University. Carey grew up in Pine, Colorado and earned her Bachelor’s degree in Animal Technology from the University of Denver before going to veterinary school. After veterinary school, she completed a one year internship at a busy mixed animal clinic in Montrose, Colorado.  Her special interests in practice include herd health, equine medicine and reproduction but she enjoys all the variety that mixed animal practice offers. Carey spends a lot of her free time working with her husband providing contract care for cattle in southeastern Wyoming and northwestern Colorado. When she isn’t working, she enjoys reading, cooking and riding her horses. Carey and her husband run a few cows of their own and have a small “herd” of dogs (mostly Border Collies plus a few Miniature Pinschers), a pile of barn cats and good horses and a milk cow named Ruth. 

  • Lizzy Giese

    Technician

    Lizzy Giese has been a veterinary technician with AAH since December 2008. She has an Associates Degree in Veterinary Technology from Eastern Wyoming College. She grew up in Laramie and between her parents and her sister, they have 9 dogs, 3 cats and 2 fish. Lizzy enjoys sled dog racing, reading, 4-wheeling, snowmobiling, camping, hiking, and being with her friends and family.

  • Libby Mitros

    Technician Assistant               


    Libby was born and raised just outside of Laramie, near Vedauwoo. Growing up Libby was constantly around animals as she and her father would rescue any abandoned or unwanted animals such as chickens, rabbits, turkeys and horses. Even at a young age she knew that animals would always be her passion. Libby will be furthering her education by pursuing a degree at the University of Wyoming, followed by veterinary programs at Colorado State University.

  • Lane Wilson

    Technician Assistant

    Lane was born and raised in Laramie on the Harris Ranch. While growing up in a ranching environment, Lane developed a passion for animals that inspired her to pursue a career in veterinary medicine. She is currently attending the University of Wyoming, majoring in Animal Science with a Pre-Veterinary option. She plans to attend veterinary school in the future. Lane enjoys spending her free time camping, horseback riding, and spending time with her dog Jackson, as well as family and friends.

  • Logan Rompola

    Technician Assistant

    Logan is a native of Laramie who is currently studying Animal and Veterinary Science with a minor in business at the University of Wyoming. Animals have always played an important part in her life, which is what encouraged her to pursue an education in the veterinary field. Logan has a cat named Sputnik and a dog named Ollie. In her free time, Logan enjoys kayaking, watching baseball, volunteering, and spending time with her friends and family.
  • Tarah Peterson

    Technician Assistant

    Tarah was born and raised in Torrington, WY where she earned an Associate's Degree in Sociology from Eastern Wyoming College. She then moved to Laramie to study Animal & Veterinary  Sciences with an emphasis in Animal Biology. Tarah plans to expand her education in the veterinary industry by eventually pursuing her own DVM, preferably from Colorado State University. For fun Tarah enjoys hiking with her German Shepherd named Zeus, gardening, and spending time with loved ones.
  • Jenny Witte

    Technician Assistant

    While Jenny is a new member to our staff here at Alpine, she has been involved in the veterinary field since 2013. Born in Scottsbluff, NE, she was raised in a family with many animals including dogs, cats, snakes, lizards, and fish. Needless to say her love for animals came from her array of pets growing up. Jenny currently has a Brittney Spaniel named Minnie and a cat named Syrah, who she considers to be members of the family. Outside of work she enjoys various activities with her son and husband, including camping, swimming, and spending time with their pets.
  • Cindi Shroyer

    Client Service Representative

    Cindi is a native of Ohio (Go Bucks!), but fell in love with Wyoming while living at FE Warren AFB in Cheyenne. Cindi has four children, four grandchildren, and a chocolate lab named Sadie who has Cindi wrapped around her paw. Cindi holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from Southern New Hampshire University and is currently a student in the Master of Communication program at Spring Arbor University.

  • Lis Bayne

    Client Service Representative

    Lis is originally from a small rural town in northern Maryland, where her love for all animals developed from a very young age. Growing up she had an adorable German Shepherd/Whippet mix named Kelly, along with a slew of other pets including cats, gerbils, rabbits, hamsters, parakeets, and fish. Horses have also especially played a huge role in her life, which eventually led to Lis graduating in 2015 from Colorado State University with a BS in Equine Science. In her free time Lis enjoys hiking, shooting, crafting, and riding her horse, Angel.
  • Francis Molina

    Client Service Representative/Technician Assistant

    Francis was born and raised in Los Angeles CA. At the age of eighteen she decided to move to Laramie to pursue her higher education at the University of Wyoming. She is currently majoring in Pre-Vet studies with a minor in Humanities and Spanish. She has been working at Alpine since 2015 and loves being able to help animals in need. On her off time she loves to go hiking with her two dogs, Ellie and Lucas, and enjoy the outdoors. She is excited to graduate and fufill her lifelong goal of becoming a vet!
  • Jaclynn Barnes

    Client Service Representative

    Jaclynn is originally from Florida where she received her BS in Hospitality Management from the University of Central Florida. Since then she has lived in Pennsylvania, South Korea, Alaska, Colorado, and Wyoming. She is now settled in Laramie with her fiance and two fur children, Warren and Moose. She has worked in animal medicine since 2012 as both a CSR and technician. While in Alaska, she had the unique opportunity to rehabilitate and work with orphaned moose calves. On her off time she loves to do anything outdoors, especially hiking and skiing with her family and dogs. In addition, she is a licensed CNA, taking EMT courses and attending the University of Wyoming to further her education in nursing.
  • Darby Abbott

    Client Service Representative

    Darby was born and raised in Thermopolis, Wyoming. While only recently moving to Laramie, she quickly joined the Alpine team in August 2017. She has always loved her animals, and over the course of her life she has had 5 beagles and a black lab/mini aussie mix named Stryker. When she's not busy with school or work, Darby loves to travel and be outside. She has traveled to seven different countries and wants to continue to explore!
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    Lacy Dilts

    Client Service Representative         

    Lacy is originally from Glendo Wyoming and spent her high school days in Eveleth, MN. Lacy is a trained EMT who loves animals of all kinds. Lacy was a long time client of Alpine Animal Hospital before she began working as a client service representative. Lacy has two dogs, Angel and Ripley and three cats, Gidget, Ella and Houdini. Lacy enjoys learning about science and medical fields. In the future Lacy hopes to open a animal rescue for any type of critter while focusing on animals without mothers.     

  • Joanna Dubinsky

    Certified Pet Stylist                


    Joanna was born and raised in the southwest suburbs of Chicago, IL. In May of 2009, she received her dog training certification. In April 2013, Joanna followed that up by receiving her certification in pet styling. Growing up Joanna had a wide array of pets including birds, reptiles and a horse. In her free time she enjoys reading, going on walks with her dogs, Gizmo and Summer, cuddling with her cat Toulouse, and horseback riding. She also does volunteer ministry work whenever possible.

  • Jen Ramsbacher

    Lodge Manager

    Jen has been working in the Alpine Lodge since January 2014 where she makes friends with every animal who stays, no matter what size, breed, or species. She completed her BA in Art History from the University of Wyoming in December 2016, but decided to follow her love for animals after graduation. Jen received multiple certifications in May 2017 including Small Animal First Aid and Small Animal CPR. She currently owns Noira, a German Shepherd-Rottie mix with a bigger personality than her small stature. She also owns Onyx, a rescue Husky mix who joined the family in 2014. Jen enjoys hiking, fishing, and drawing in her free time.