Weekdays: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sat & Sun: Closed

1161 Bullet Road • PO Box 2169
Fairplay, CO 80440

(719) 836-1717 • EmailDirections

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Meet the Veterinary Staff of Park County Animal Hospital

Jeremy Ickes, DVM | Veterinarian/Owner

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Dr. Ickes graduated from the Virginia - Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine (Virginia Tech) in 2010 and purchased Park County Animal Hospital in 2012. His special interest and training in veterinary surgery, internal medicine, and emergency medicine have provided a high level of quality for the pets of South Park. Having always been fascinated by science and medicine and passionate about dogs, Dr. Ickes entered veterinary medicine so he could combine the two in order to provide the same level of care and attention for area pets that he would want for his own pets.

Dr. Ickes, his wife Kristen, and the rest of their family, 3 Golden Retrievers named Jackson, River, and Penny; and a chocolate Lab, Ellie, all enjoy being part of the Fairplay community. In their spare time they enjoy skiing, hiking, camping, and many other activities that abound in the high country! Most importantly, he welcomes client suggestions and ideas for any new services or improvements on existing services. Please share your ideas!

Heather Halt, CVT | Certified Veterinary Technician

Heather Halt

Heather earned her associate’s degree from Bel-Rea Institute and has lived in Fairplay since 2004, having moved here from Las Vegas. Her love for animals and especially for dogs drew her into veterinary medicine, and she continues to enjoy the interaction with clients and patients as well as receiving dog kisses!

Heather and her two children have a two-year-old beagle/boxer mix, Leah.

Natalie Anderson, CVT | Certified Veterinary Technician

Natalie Anderson

Natalie joined our PCAH team in May 2020 but has lived in Park County since 2000. She loves the Colorado scenery and wildlife. She graduated from Colorado Mountain College in 2012 with an AAS in Veterinary Technology and is a Board Certified Veterinary Technician. She has worked as a Veterinary Technician for 6 years and loves every aspect of the job as her true passion is helping animals. However, the most rewarding part of the job for her is performing dental cleanings as it benefits the patients so greatly.

Natalie lives with her boyfriend, Billie in Hartsel, CO. They have 4 dogs, Remington (Remi), Sonni, Marley, and Audrey, 1 cat, Spirit, 1 rabbit, Kozi, 1 horse, Lotus, 1 goat, Billy, and 5 chickens! When Natalie is not working, she enjoys hiking, backpacking, camping, fishing, riding horses, and attending live music. Natalie is pictured here with Remi on Boreas Pass.

Lindsay Madison, CVT | Certified Veterinary Technician

Lindsay Madison

Lindsey moved to Park County from Las Vegas in April 2023 and almost immediately joined the PCAH team. She has always loved working with animals and especially enjoys dentistry. Lindsey loves the remoteness of Park County and the assortment of wildlife that we have. She has has two dogs, Beans and Oliver, as well as one cat, Lily. When not at work Lindsey enjoys hiking, snowboarding, rockhounding, and fishing.

Amy Ladley | Veterinary Assistant

Amy Ladley

Amy has lived in Colorado since 2006 but moved to Park County in 2018 with her boyfriend, Alex, achieving a dream of living in the mountains. They have two dogs, Iggy and Clyde.

Amy is a talented graphic designer by trade but joined the staff at PCAH in May 2024 as she enjoys working with animals. Animals bring joy to her life and their unconditional love brings a sense of peace and connection. Amy desires to give love and care back to them in return.

Amy loves the beauty that Park County has to offer and when not at work is likely outdoors hiking and playing with her dogs. She also enjoys reading, practicing archery, and is an avid movie buff.

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