Trish Miller, DVM
Dr. Trish Miller attended college at Midland Lutheran College, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and graduated from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1990. She practiced small animal medicine in the Chicago area prior to moving to Colorado in 1995. Dr. Miller enjoys all aspects of general practice and has a particular interest in dentistry.
Dr. Miller and her family have been residents of Berthoud since 2002. She has been married to her husband Ross since 1989. They have 3 wonderful daughters, Rachel, Alizae and Bella, who all attend school in the Berthoud School and Thompson School Districts. They have 2 labradors, 2 cats, and a guinea pig to round out their family. Dr. Miller enjoys spending her free time with her family camping, skiing, boating and watching football. She also is a very passionate and avid Denver Bronco fan.
Desiree Shasa, DVM, MS
Dr. Desiree Shasa was born and raised in New Jersey, where she began her journey to veterinary medicine, She obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Animal Science at Rutgers University in 2009 and made the trek cross country to pursue and complete a Master’s Degree in Animal Science and Reproductive Biology at the University of Wyoming in 2012. Dr. Shasa continued to pursue her dream of becoming a veterinarian and graduated from Colorado State University in 2018.
“I love veterinarian medicine because it is a diverse profession and every day presents a unique opportunity to see something new. I thoroughly enjoy client interaction and education, as well as the challenges each day brings”.
She currently lives with her puppy, Timber. Outside of the profession, she enjoys snowboarding, staying active, camping, and hiking- overall taking advantage of what Colorado has to offer!
Erin Eversole, DVM
Dr. Eversole grew up in rural New Mexico on her family’s ranch. Growing up around horses, cattle, sheep, and a myriad of dogs and cats instilled a deep love and appreciation for all species of animals. She obtained her bachelor’s degree from New Mexico State University, where she met the love of her life. She and her husband, Jarod, were married in July 2012, right before Erin went off to vet school at Colorado State University. Erin graduated from Colorado State University in 2016 and moved back to New Mexico, where she worked in a mixed animal practice near her parents. Missing Colorado and her husband, Erin moved back up to Northern Colorado. Professionally, Erin has a love for soft tissue and orthopedic surgery, as well as internal medicine. In her free time, Erin enjoys golfing, running and playing board games with her husband, and taking their dogs, Mya and Chief, into the mountains to hike.
Pam Nicholls, DVM
Dr. Pam Nicholls grew up on a farm in Wyoming and spent her youth showing horses in 4-H, helping with her family’s cattle, and taking advantage of all that a rural lifestyle has to offer. She attended Colorado State University, obtaining a bachelor’s degree in Equine Sciences in 2009 and graduating as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 2013. After graduation she returned to Wyoming, working in rural mixed animal practice before transitioning to small animal practice. She moved back to Colorado in 2017 to work in small animal practice and joined the team at Berthoud Animal Hospital in November 2019. Her professional interests include soft tissue surgery, internal medicine, and preventative care.
Outside of veterinary medicine, Pam enjoys spending time with her husband, Corey, and their furry family, which consists of four dogs and two cats. She enjoys traveling, reading, and outdoor activities, especially camping, hiking, and gardening.