Liz, a Colorado native, graduated from Bel-Rea Institute with an associate of applied science in veterinary technology in 2005 and has worked in settings such as general practice and emergency ever since. She received her certification in canine massage in 2016 and became one of the first to become a certified hospice and palliative care technicians in the world in 2017. She is currently attending the bachelors social work program through MSU of Denver and plans to graduate in May of 2020. Liz has a passion for helping provide comfort care to companion animals in hospice and helping their pet parents with end of life decisions. As a board member of the Human Animal Bond who is well known for their Denver pet loss support group, she respects and honors the human animal bond. She has plans to begin working towards her veterinary social work certificate through the University of Tennessee over the next few years. When she is not focused on her studies she enjoys spending time with her husband, children, and variety of different types of pets !