Veterinary Assistants

  • Elizabeth Neat
    Veterinary Assistant

    Elizabeth joined the Northfield team in April of 2016 and has grown with the clinic since the start. Attended Pima Medical institute, where she completed courses for veterinary assisting. She had the chance to work at various animal clinics including 9 months in Tennessee at a large animal hospital. She is very grateful for the opportunity to work in this field, and feels it’s rewarding at the end of the day working with animals and a great crew. She has a son named Jaxson and 4 fur babies, a German Shepard named Rey, a mix bread named Sydney, and two cats named Lulu Poe Daniels and Princess Leila. 

  • Aleshia Jaramillo
    Veterinary Assistant

    I am a Colorado native who graduated from CSU Fort Collins with a bachelor of science in Zoology.  I interned at the Denver Zoo for two years while also gaining experience in the animal boarding/daycare field as an animal technician coordinator. I dove head first in the veterinary field as a kennel technician working at a large veterinary clinic in Denver. After a few months, I trained to be a veterinary technician assistant and have been focusing on developing good technical skills every day since. I have been an assistant at Northfield Veterinary Hospital since November 2019. When I’m not working, I try to stay active. If I’m not playing grass, sand or indoor volleyball you can find me hanging out with my family, taking care of my 4 dogs and chicken, or out in the mountains finding the best trails to hike. I also enjoy going out, socializing and building genuine relationships.

  • Savanna Vasquez
    Veterinary Assistant

    Savanna joined our team in July 2020. Savanna was born and raised in a small mountain town called Gypsum, then moved to the Denver area right after graduating high school. Upon graduating high school she also managed to earn her Associates of Science Degree. She has since been pursuing a Zoology degree through Colorado State University. She is a loving mom of two fur babies, one named Rusko who is a wild, loveable German Shepard lab and the other Griz who is a sassy, spunky Husky. She dreams to one day work for a non-profit that helps rehabilitate exotic animals in other countries.


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Northfield Veterinary Hospital


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8:00 am-6:00 pm


8:00 am-6:00 pm


8:00 am-6:00 pm


8:00 am-6:00 pm


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