Drs. Mimi Elliott and Tory Wunder

20 3rd Ave
Longmont, CO 80501

(303)651-3039

www.longmontsmallanimalhospital.com

Our Doctors

 

Dr. Mimi Elliott coming soon to Longmont!

Dr. Mimi Elliott

 

Dr. Mimi Elliott was raised in Orange County, California and could rarely be found on dry land.  She was an avid sailor which eventually led her to Georgetown University in Washington D.C. to be a part of their collegiate sailing program.  She graduated with an English major and did a brief stint working for a non-profit before realizing that she still wanted to be a vet when she grew up and then began working her way towards a degree in veterinary medicine.

Dr. Elliott graduated from Colorado State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences in 2011.  After graduation, she did an internship in emergency and critical care before finding her calling in general practice on the Front Range. 

Dr. Elliott is a veterinarian dedicated to providing high-quality medical care for companion animals in and around the Longmont area.  Her particular areas of interest include internal medicine, dentistry, and emergency medicine but she enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine, especially the surprises each day tends to bring.  

At home, Dr. Elliott enjoys the company of a sweet orange tabby named Ernie, a crazy hound puppy named Haya, and strong-willed shepherd mix named Riley (who tends to run the show).  Her favorite creatures are her husband Garrick and her daughters, Soleil and Heloise.

 

Dr. Tory Wunder coming soon to Longmont!

Dr. Tory Wunder

 

Dr. Tory Wunder was raised on a family farm in Iowa.  Tory was one of those kids who always knew she wanted to be a veterinarian.  She chose to pursue her education at Iowa State University where she received her Bachelor of Science in Animal Science and Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine Degrees.  

After graduation from veterinary school in 2000, Dr. Wunder joined a small animal practice in Mankato, MN.  In 2009, she made the move west to Colorado. 

Dr. Wunder enjoys all facets of small animal medicine, though her favorites are internal medicine, dentistry and senior pet care.  She truly enjoys celebrating and maintaining the bond between people and their pets by assisting guardians with their companion animal's health care.   

Dr. Wunder shares her home in Longmont with her partner, Andy, and their canine companions, Mabel and Gigi.  In her spare time, Tory enjoys reading, traveling and assisting Andy with renovations and upkeep on their 1898 farmhouse

 

 

Dr. Sarah Roth

 

Dr. Roth is a Colorado native and grew up in Berthoud and Loveland. She lived on acreage in the country and had a variety of animals she cared
for (dogs, cats, chickens, ducks, and peacocks). From the time she was little, she wanted to be a veterinarian and continued to pursue that
passion.

She went to undergrad and veterinary school at Colorado State University and graduated from veterinary school in 2006. After graduation, she
moved to San Diego, CA for a 1 year internship primarily in emergency, but rotating through surgery, internal medicine, radiology, and exotics.
Her love for the mountains drew her back to Colorado after completing the internship and she practiced emergency medicine around the
Denver area for 10 years.

Dr. Roth is excited to transition into general practice. Her interests include surgery, pain management, and emergency medicine. She is
passionate about providing high quality care for your family member.

She lives with her husband, John, and two dogs Grommit and Ellie. In her off time, she enjoys spending time outdoors camping, mountain
biking, and backpacking

Dr. Cassie Kandyba

Dr. Cassie Kandyba was born and raised in Boulder, Colorado. She knew she wanted to be a veterinarian from the time she was five years old, and never changed her mind. She attended school at Colorado State University, where she obtained her Bachelor of Science in Biological Science and her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine degree. 

Dr. Kandyba is certified in veterinary acupuncture as well as Fear Free methods to reduce fear and stress in pets at the veterinary clinic. She also treats most exotic pets (most reptiles, birds and small mammals), in addition to dogs and cats. She has been practicing at Longmont Small Animal Hospital since July 2019.

Dr. Kandyba’s particular interests include caring for geriatric pets, exotic animal medicine, internal medicine and veterinary acupuncture. Although she loves all animals, she does have a soft spot for cats. Her primary goal for all of her patients is to maintain or improve their quality of life and overall wellbeing.

Dr. Kandyba shares her home in downtown Denver with an elderly orange tabby cat named Honey. In her free time, she likes to draw, read, roller blade, cook, and spend time with her loved ones.