Jill Wilson Bull, BS, DVM, MPH
Medical Director, Veterinarian
Dr. Jill Bull graduated from the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine in 2015 and has a B.S. in Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences from UT. She also has her Masters in Public Health to provide the Broomfield-area with up to date recommendations to keep animals and their human family healthy and to facilitate disease prevention. She was born and raised in Franklin, TN and both of her parents were veterinarians. Her mother was a small animal practitioner for 35 years and her father was an anatomic pathologist and the TN state veterinarian for 30 years. After growing up in veterinary clinics, she discovered her undeniable passion for veterinary medicine during her undergraduate career. She has special interests in clinical pathology (cytology), dermatology, public health, infectious diseases, and emergency medicine. During her senior year in veterinary school, she received the Elanco Excellence in Dermatology Award and the Excellence in Clinical Pathology Award. Dr. Bull loves building relationships with clients and strives to honor God by keeping His creatures healthy. Dr. Bull married her husband, Kevin, in 2012 and they have two human babies, Claire (2018) and James (2020). They also have two pets (fur babies): Bear; a Yellow Lab mix, and Lord Voldemort (Volde); a Tabby cat who lives up to his name. She enjoys gardening, ballet, music, sled dog racing, watching hockey, and road biking.
Cassie Jensen, DVM
Dr. Cassie Jensen was born and raised in Minnesota, but left the state to attend college at Purdue University where she received a degree in Biology. She then returned to her home state to attend veterinary school at the University of Minnesota and graduated in May of 2016. After graduation, Dr. Jensen completed a 5 month internship in wildlife rehabilitation medicine before moving out to Colorado to start her career in general practice. Her favorite aspects of veterinary medicine are preventative care, client education, and fostering the human-animal bond. She has loved getting to know all that Colorado has to offer and after moving she added a cat, Thomas Jefferson, to her household. In her free time, Dr. Jensen enjoys hiking, skiing, singing, and traveling to visit friends and family.
Kristin Gablehouse, DVM
Dr. Kristin Gablehouse completed her veterinary degree at Colorado State University. She initially worked with horses prior to transitioning to small animal practice and completing a small animal medical and surgical internship at Washington State University. After several years of emergency practice, Dr. Gablehouse joined Laurel Veterinary Clinic in 2013. She was away for a few years but was thrilled to return to the Laurel family in the summer of 2019. Her main area of interest is helping patients and their families work through behavior issues, including fear, anxiety, and aggression. She has completed Dr. Susan Friedman’s Living and Learning With Animals Professional Course, focused on learning theory and applied behavior analysis. Dr. Gablehouse is also Fear Free Certified, and hopes to make every visit as stress-free as possible. Outside of work, Dr. Gablehouse runs trail ultramarathons from 50k to 100 miles. She enjoys cycling, hiking, and adventures in the mountains with her husband and Kili, their Mini Aussie.
Mandy Boos, DVM
Dr. Mandy Boos graduated from Colorado State University with an undergraduate degree in Animal Sciences in 1998. She went on to pursue her veterinary degree at the University of Missouri, graduating in 2003. Her favorite things about veterinary medicine are dentistry, wellness care, and senior patient care/pain management. Dr. Boos also loves that every day is different in general practice and that she gets to see a little bit of everything! She currently resides in Denver with her two children. They share their home with a Boston Terrier, named Goose man (from Top Gun) and two gray tabby cats named Fiona and Beast (from Disney). In her spare time, you can find Dr. Boos out enjoying all of the outdoor activities that Colorado has to offer or various activities with her children (basketball, dance, playing the guitar, and Girl Scouts).
LACEY JONES, DVM
Hospital director, Veterinarian
Dr. Lacey Jones, a Montana native and Michigan State graduate, joined the military in 2012 and volunteered to deploy to Afghanistan as the leader of a Veterinary Service Support Team. In 2014 she was honorably discharged in order to help build a small animal practice, then moved to Boulder in 2017 and began working with Boulder Vet as the new Medical Director. In her free time, she enjoys rock climbing, mountain biking, and Ultimate Frisbee. Her professional areas of interest include: client communication, orthopedic examinations, dermatology, and radiology.