Meet the Wildflower Veterinary team and learn more about why we love what we do.
Learn more about our talented team!
At Wildflower Veterinary Hospital, we are dedicated to the care of your pet. We are a highly-trained team that is passionate about veterinary medicine. Learn more about the smiling faces that care for your pet!
Dr. Kelly McGuire
Over the past 13 years, she has worked as a small animal veterinarian in a variety of settings. In 2012 she moved to Australia on a whim, 4 ½ years later returning married with an Australian husband, a baby, a dog, and a Monaro. For the last 4 years, Dr. McG worked in urban Denver at Park Hill Veterinary Medical Center. In 2020 she finally made the leap of faith to build her own hospital.
Dr. McGuire loves dentistry and can be unreasonably excited by teeth. After working in rural Australia, she is willing to perform most soft tissue surgeries (but not orthopedics, no saws, and hammers for her!). Practicing medicine in a way that is individualized to her patients is always the primary goal.
Dr. McKayla Peterson
Dr. Peterson was born and raised in Gillette, Wyoming. She attended Eastern Wyoming College where she received a scholarship to play volleyball while achieving her Associate of Science Degree. She then transferred to the University of Wyoming and completed her Bachelor of Science Degree. She spent a veterinary-based semester abroad in Thailand where she worked on many different species, with elephants being her favorite animal to work on. She then moved to the beautiful Caribbean Island, St. Kitts, where she completed her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine, and spent her clinical year at the University of Florida.
Dr. Peterson has two fur babies, her island dog, Dobby that she adopted from St. Kitts, and her three-legged cat Ginny, that she adopted on her shelter medicine rotation at the University of Florida.
Dr. Peterson fell in love with veterinary medicine because she wanted to be a voice for those who cannot speak for themselves. She especially enjoys soft tissue surgery, and has recently become certified in acupuncture.
Dr. Kris Kellermeyer
Certified Veterinary Technician
Hailey has lived in Brighton for more than two decades. She graduated Bel-Rea in 2012 with her CVT and spent her first 2 years as a mobile field technician and on-call surgery tech for LEQMC (or as equine tech). She made the transition to small animal medicine, where she is passionate about client education and helping owners understand the importance of preventive care. She also loves surgery♥️. Hailey is happily married and Mom to 3 boys. She has two dogs, Beau (mini Aussie), Elsa (lab mix), chickens, barn cats, and lots of horses. She grew up with a love of animals, rodeoing (barrel racing and some roping). Now I love watching my boys learn to rope and ride!
Certified Veterinary Technician
Hannah was born and raised in Colorado. She knew that she would be in the veterinary field and animal training field at a young age. Hannah has worked in the veterinary field for 13 years. She has grown her passion for animal behavior, low-stress handling, and cooperative care training. Her passion is to help every patient feel the safest and most comfortable during their daily care and needs and their veterinary visits. She became a Certified Veterinary technician in 2014. Shortly after, she became Fear Free Certified. In 2020 she attended the Karen Pryor Academy and received her certification as a training partner to help pursue her passion.
She shares her home with her son, dog Braven and cat Odin. She enjoys spending time with her extended family, camping, going to the theater, and music.
Amy was born and raised in Colorado. She started a family and moved to New York, then moved to Arizona where she earned an Associate of Science Degree from Mesa Community College and became a CVT in 2017. In her free time, she enjoys almost anything outdoors including hiking, camping, skiing, and fishing. One of her great passions is travel. Amy and her husband have a goal to one day visit all the U.S. national parks.
Certified Veterinary Technician
Megan was born and raised in Colorado. She has two crazy labrador Retrievers and a very loud green cheek conure. Megan was going to school for nursing when she changed her career path to be a nurse for animals instead of humans. She graduated bel rea in 2017 as a certified veterinary technician. She spends her free time going on adventures with her husband and her two tiny humans. Her favorite place to be is by the ocean. Megan loves taking care of animals because they are the true definition of a kind soul.
I was born and raised in Denver, CO with a love for animals. I graduated from Colorado State University-Fort Collins with a Bachelors in Animal Science and a minor in Business. I’m currently working towards my Associates to become certified as a technician. I also want to further my education in animal behavior and anesthesia. My everyday goal is to make a difference in the lives of the animals I encounter as well as their owners. I enjoy working with animals both large and small and have a special place in my heart for exotics. In my spare time, I’m watching YouTube videos, listening to music, spending time with my partner, and being a proud mom to two beautiful humans. I’m also a fur mom to 3 crazy fur babies, a feline named Archie, a chihuahua named Sasha, and a corgi mix named Oreo.
Brooke is originally from Oklahoma and comes from the Cherokee and Osage Nations. While living on the reservation, she found her love of animals and helping them have the best care they can have.
She enjoys caring for her pets, including a rosy boa, Bibron’s gecko, a cat named Francine, 2 Great Pyrenees, and an assortment of cichlids. She also loves spending time in the mountains, working on cars, and doing color guard.
Jeri is from Texas but, wanted to live in Colorado since she was a child. She moved here 18 years ago. She loves any and all animals and has always wanted to work with them. She has two kids and when not working, is either hanging out with them and her husband, or at her other love, A Little Farm Sanctuary. This is where she gets her fix of farm animals. She has two golden retrievers and two bearded dragons at home.
Martha moved to the Denver area 4 years ago from North Dakota. She has always had a passion for animals and currently has three dogs (Chevy, Luna, and Bailey), two cats (Knight, and Princess), snakes, lizards, and turtles.