Meet The Team
Dr. Robinson grew up on an island just upstream from Niagara Falls. He attended Cornell University, receiving a BS in Animal Sciences. He moved to Colorado in 1979 where he met his future wife Randi while they both worked at the Denver Dumb Friends League. He attended Colorado State University where he earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degree in 1992. He became a Diplomate of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners in 2003. Dr. Robinson and Randi have three children. They share their lives with dogs Scout and Bonnie, Catdog (the cat who thinks she’s a dog), a flock of chickens, Pruit the peacock and his family, and five dwarf goats. Dr. Robinson enjoys cycling, hiking, camping in his spare time.
Dr. Joya was born and raised in Colorado Springs. She completed her undergraduate as well as her DVM programs at CSU. She started out practicing after graduation in 2017 in southern Wyoming working in a mixed animal practice on cows, horses, dogs, and cats. She moved back to Colorado to be closer to her family and has been focusing on small animal medicine since then. Her main veterinary interests include pain management, palliative care, and diagnostic imaging.
In her free time, she enjoys spending time enjoying the outdoors with her menagerie of animals including her dogs (Homer, Gordita, and Chalupa), cats (Sawyer and Sir Winston Pancakes), cow (Nemo), horse (Nugget), and chinchillas (Stitch and Avalanche). She can also be found doing puzzles, and playing board and card games with her family and friends.
Mark has always cared deeply for animals. He was born in Grand Junction, CO, but has lived in Fort Collins most of his life. He has always loved being around and working with all types of animals. Mark has a very sassy Siamese cat named Leesi who fancies herself queen of the universe and has three other cats too! He is also the proud parent of a Caique parrot named Nemo. In his spare time, Mark enjoys being outside hiking, camping, backpacking, swimming and adventuring into the unknown! He loves music, art, books, film, travelling and learning about foreign cultures and languages.
Rose graduated from Colorado State University with a Bachelor of Science in Equine Science and a minor in Business Administration. Rose has always had a passion for working with and taking care of animals. She is the proud mother of Wombie, a calm yellow lab who loves people, swimming, food of any kind, and giving kisses. Rose spends most of her free time at the barn where her horse lives cleaning, feeding, and taking care of horses. Rose also loves watching movies of all genres and keeps an extensive DVD collection. Rose hopes to see you and your beloved furry friend at the clinic!
Hope was born and raised in Wichita, Kansas. She has spent time working in the travel industry on cruise ships
the past few years. Hope was lucky enough to spend most of her time exploring the beautiful Hawaiian islands. She moved to Fort Collins, in 2020. Her love for animals has always been large, what could be better than working with animals every day! She enjoys being outside, swimming, paddle boarding and camping. You can often find her out walking her sphynx kitty Mustard. Mustard love weekly baths, nightly zoomies, and vocalizing his feelings. Hope hopes to meet you at the clinic soon!