Veterinarians

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Matthew S. Demey, DVM

Owner

Dr. Matthew S. Demey, DVM, joined the team right after graduating from Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2000. In 2004, Dr. Demey joined SHVH as a partner in the business, and as of 2016 became the sole owner as Dr.'s Ley and Mullen retired. Dr. Demey has developed a special interest in surgery over the years, particularly orthopedics and laparoscopy. Dr. Demey and his wife, Jess, have a son, Cole, and three four-legged family members at home, Tigger, Wyatt and Yeti.

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Michael E Ley, DVM

Associate

Dr. Michael E. Ley, DVM, was one of our founding partners and a 1981 graduate of Colorado State University’s School of Veterinary Medicine. His professional passion and area of specialty is veterinary surgery, and he is the proud owner of two mischievous Westies, Shasta and Daisy. Dr. Ley retired from ownership of SHVH as of January 2016. He is now enjoying his semi-retirement as a part-time associate. He and his wife, Kathy now have extra time to spend with their new grand-daughter.

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Julie Supon, DVM

Associate

Dr. Julie Supon, DVM, graduated from Colorado State University in 2005. She has always known that she wanted to be a veterinarian and deeply enjoy meeting new people and caring for their beloved pets. When she is not treating patients, she love to be outdoors. Her hobbies include hiking, biking, fly-fishing and gardening. She and her husband also love to travel. She enjoy giving back to the community through her church. Her husband and son Liam also share their house with: Penelope, a feisty tortishell cat.

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Chandra Francis, DVM

Assistant Medical Director

Dr. Chandra Francis, DVM, attended Colorado State University where she received a Bachelors of Sience in Biology and a Master of Science in Zoology.  She earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 2002. Dr. Francis is a certified Fear Free Practitioner since 2018.  She also attended the Veterinary Dentistry Course, and the VMG Regional Leadership Retreat in 2017. She is passionate about being an animal welfare advocate and veterinary medicine allows her to combine her love for animals with the challenge of medicine. When she is not working she enjoys camping, hiking, traveling, running and spending time with her husband and their kids Aubrey and Colin. Her family cares for Rigby, a yellow Labrador, and a cat named Bodie.

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Tressa Magnone, DVM

Associate

After completing her dual BS degrees in Biology and Chemistry at Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania, she ventured forward toward her life goal of practicing veterinary medicine. She received her DVM from Michigan State University in 2012. She remained in Michigan for a year and a half at a small animal private practice offering both general and emergency medicine. With growing ambition and joy for her new career, she ventured to Colorado and became part of the Seven Hills Veterinary family in January, 2014. Her dog, Mirabel, and cat, Desperado, were her ever faithful tag-alongs. Tressa and her small family have come to feel at home in Colorado. She is delighted at the opportunity to provide compassionate care to her patients, as well as the ability to positively affect the lives of their human companions.

Brooks Butler, DVM

Associate

Dr. Brooks Butler attended Kansas State University, where he earned a Bachelors degree in Agribusiness in 2009, a Masters in Biomedical Science in 2011, and a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 2013. Upon graduation, Dr. Butler moved to Texas and practiced at a mixed animal veterinary hospital for 3 years. In 2016, he returned to his home state of Colorado to join Seven Hills Veterinary Hospital. Dr. Butler attended the FRANK Communication Training, Ultrasound Training, and has a WVC TPLO Certification.  Dr. Butler also attended the course for AO North America Principles in small Animal Fracture Management.  Dr. Butler grew up around horses, dogs and cats, and always knew he wanted to pursue a career in which he could work with animals. His specific interests include diagnostic imaging and soft tissue surgery. Hobbies outside of work include hiking with his Laborador "Brew", skiing, and playing golf.

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Christine Pugh, DVM

Associate

Christine received her undergraduate degree in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from the University of Colorado, Boulder. She went on to Mississippi State University's College of Veterinary Medicine where she received her DVM, and started with SHVH in July 2017. Christine chose veterinary medicine as her career mainly due to her father's career in veterinary medicine (he's a veterinary radiologist). It is something she's wanted to do ever since she can remember. She really enjoys the science of the medicine and of course always enjoys working with her patients. Christine has a German Shepard Dog named Dexter. When she's not fixing pets she loves doing anything artistic (drawing, painting, sculpting, photography) and outdoor activities. She loves mountain and road biking, snowboarding and hiking. Christine's newest endeavor is learning how to DJ!

Molly Wozniak, DVM

Associate

Dr. Molly Wozniak received her undergraduate degree in Animal Science from the University of California, Davis in 2011. She then went to Midwestern University in Glendale, Arizona to obtain her DVM. She moved to Colorado after realizing Arizona was too hot for her and joined SHVH in June 2018. She enjoys working with clients and getting to know them and their furry companions. When she is not working she loves to spend time with her (newly wed) husband, dog (Denver), and two cats (Nala and Zia). She enjoys snowboarding, hiking, traveling and reading.

Kristin Hamann, DVM

Associate

Dr. Kristin Hamann graduated from Texas A&M University with a B.S. in Zoology and a Spanish minor in 2003. She completed the combined DVM/PhD Program at Purdue University in 2010, with her PhD studies in spinal cord injury. After spending a little over a year doing post-doctoral research in head injury at the University of Pennsylvania, she decided her passion was in veterinary practice rather than academia. She has a special interest in Emergency Medicine and Critical Care, and has practiced in Pennsylvania, Oregon, and Idaho prior to joining Seven Hills Veterinary Hospital. Dr Hamann also attended an ultrasound wet lab in February 2015.  Additionally, she practices Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine and Acupuncture, and continues to pursue advanced studies at the Chi Institute in Florida.