Dr. Grimes is a 1992 graduate from Colorado State University's College of Veterinary Medicine and Biological Sciences. He is an active member in the AVMA, CVMA, and is accredited with the USDA. He grew up on a farm and ranch south of Flagler, CO. He then earned his bachelor degree in animal science at CSU in 1988. Thereafter, applied and was accepted into the veterinary medical program at CSU. During veterinary school he took additional electives in large and small animal anesthesia, surgery, ophthalmology, dermatology, ultrasound, critical care, and medicine. He then spent time in three different mixed animal practices in Anchorage, AK, Northern Idaho and Colorado. After earning his veterinary degree, he has been actively practicing in all aspects of veterinary medicine; including soft tissue & orthopedic surgery and dentistry. He started his own practice in Elizabeth, CO in 1997 where he met his wife, Amy, and together they built the building that houses both of their business (Creekside Animal Hospital & Gymnastics Etc.) In addition to practicing veterinary medicine, Dr. Grimes enjoys family, loves the outdoors, gardening, hiking, sports, art, & woodworking.
Dr. Peters is a 2010 graduate of Colorado State University's College of Veterinary Medicine and Biological Sciences. She is a member of CVMA, AVMA, and IVAPM and is accredited with the USDA. Dr. Peters grew up on the family farm in central Iowa and developed an early interest in animals and husbandry. After graduating from Regis University in Denver where she received a B.S. in biology, Dr. Peters attended veterinary school at CSU. Her professional interests include pain management, dentistry, and internal medicine. She has taken additional training in dentistry and completed certification in veterinary medical acupuncture in April 2013. Dr. Peters lives in Parker with her one dog, Shiloh and her two Maine Coons, Loki & Ramses.
Dr. Sanderson is a 2015 graduate of Colorado State University's College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. She is a member of CVMA, AVMA and is accredited with the USDA. Her special interests include preventative medicine, alternative therapies, and pain management. She became certified in veterinary medical acupuncture in April 2015. Dr. Sanderson grew up in Franktown, CO where she grew her passion for animals through involvement with 4-H and FFA. She grew up riding and showing horses and still enjoys riding her horse, Miles. After pursuing her undergraduate work in Equine Sciences at CSU she was accepted into CSU's veterinary school. Upon graduation she worked at an equine practice in Colorado before joining Creekside Animal Hospital. Dr. Sanderson currently lives in Colorado Springs with her husband, Colin, and their two dogs, River and Keeva. In her free time she enjoys hiking, camping, cooking and most of all spending time with family and friends.