Dr. Jones, DVM
Hospital director, Veterinarian
Dr. 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.
Dr. 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 Level III Fear Free Certified and hopes to make every visit as stress-free as possible. She is currently working on a certificate in Applied Animal Behavior through the University of Washington, and was elected to serve on the Executive Board for the American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior (AVSAB) for the 2022-2024 term. 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.
Dr. Mott, DVM
Dr. Mott is originally from northern Utah; she completed her undergraduate degree in Biochemistry at Claremont McKenna College in California, then graduated from veterinary school at Washington State University in 2021. Dr. Mott loves the diversity of appointments she gets to see every day, but her main areas of interest are behavior and surgery. She is both Fear Free and Low Stress Handling certified and her goal is to make every visit a positive experience. In her spare time, Dr. Mott loves enjoying all of the beauty Colorado has to offer and can be found hiking, skiing, and spending time with her partner, Jeff, their two dogs, Sandy and Cal, and three cats, Bonsai, Maple, and Juniper.
Dr. Young, DVM
Dr. Young graduated from Hobart and William Smith Colleges in 2010 with undergraduate degrees in Computer Science and German. After joining the workforce grind for a couple years, she decided to change paths and pursue a career as a veterinarian. She completed her veterinary degree at Colorado State University in 2021. Throughout this journey, Dr. Young lived in Central New York and Seattle before falling in love with the sun and settling on the Front Range. Her favorite aspects of general practice include preventive care, forming lasting bonds with clients and patients, and senior patient wellness. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and their dog, Athena, gardening, and all crafts involving yarn.