Christopher Morris, MS, DVM
Dr. Morris earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at Colorado State University. Prior to earning his DVM, he earned a Master’s of Science in Microbiology at CSU. He has been practicing veterinary medicine for 24 years. Dr. Morris is a member of the AVMA, CVMA, AAHA and VOS. He served on the Board of Parker Area Veterinary Emergency Services, LLC. Currently he is on the Board for Ginger’s Legacy, a non-profit organization serving the Front Range dedicated to helping conscientious pet owners secure funds to help pay for surgical procedures for their pets.
Dr. Morris was the original owner of Elizabeth Animal Hospital and previous owner of Parker Center Animal Clinic. Dr. Morris is particularly interested in orthopedic surgery and has been performing orthopedic surgeries his entire veterinary career. He is currently performing a number of Tightrope CCL repairs. He also gives lectures on anesthesia and pain management. He has a special interest in working dogs and sporting dogs.
Valerie Williams, AAS, CVT, Practice Manager
Valerie is the Practice Manager for Meridian Animal Hospital. She graduated from Bel-Rea Institute of Animal Technology in 1997. She has been working in small animal medicine as a Certified Technician with an interest in surgery and business management.
Cindy Gardelli, Office Manager
Cindy Gardelli is the office manager at Meridian Animal Hospital. After 22 years as a Paramedic/Firefighter she decided to pursue other interests and follow her love for animals. She has worked in veterinary hospitals for over eleven years, and loves the challenge working at Meridian Animal Hospital in Parker.You and your pets will benefit from Cindy’s many years of experience as a receptionist in an animal hospital.
Debbie Towndrow, CMT
Debbie Towndrow has been in full time practice as a licensed certified massage therapist, specializing in canines, since 1998. She is a veterinary technician with an Associates in Applied Science from Bel Rea Institute of Animal Technology. Her canine massage certification is through Boulder College of Massage Therapy.Her practice mission is simple: through therapeutic massage and education, to enhance the quality of life for both humans and animals. Her goal is for the client to see the improvements and experience the benefits of therapeutic massage.Debbie has been honored to be among the faculty of “Medical Massage, the Canine Course” in 2008 and 2011. She has also been on the faculty of Berner University, facilitating the workshop “Fundamentals of Canine Massage” in 2009 and 2010. Debbie is a member of Associated Bodyworkers and Massage Professionals.