Tracey Jensen, DVM, DABVP(C/F)
Practice Owner and Medical Director
Dr. Jensen grew up in Littleton Colorado and graduated from Mesa State College in Grand Junction with a Bachelor of Science degree. After spending 4 years in biomedical research at the University of Colorado Medical School, she entered veterinary school and graduated from Colorado State University in 1996 with her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree. She and her husband, Dr. Wayne Jensen, opened the Wellington Veterinary Clinic in 1999. Through her dedication to education Dr. Jensen went on to achieve Board Certification in Canine and Feline Practice. Most recently Dr Jensen learned an area of medicine that could offer her patients with alternative pain relief and after completing over 140 hours of continuing education , she received her Certification in Veterinary Acupuncture. With a strong desire to remain current in Veterinary Medicine, Dr Jensen is a member of The American Veterinary Medical Association, Colorado Veterinary Medical Association, Larimer County Veterinary Medical Association, American Board of Veterinary Practitioners, American Heartworm Society, American Canine Sports Medicine Society, American Animal Hospital Association, American Association of Feline Practitioners, and the International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management. She and Wayne share their home in Wellington with 5 labradors, 1 border collie, 3 cats and a number of waterfowl and chickens. Her hobbies include hiking, rock climbing, scuba diving, mountain biking and retriever field trials.
Wayne Jensen, DVM, PhD, MBA
Practice Owner and Business Manager
Dr. Wayne Jensen grew up in Canyon City Colorado and attended Colorado State University for all of his higher education. His small animal medical and surgical internship was at Iowa State University, very near his family’s farm. Along with the task of Hospital Director at our clinic, he is the new chief scientific officer for Morris Animal Foundation (MAF) in which he oversees MAF’s funding of humane health studies to improve the health and well-being of companion animals and wildlife. His hobbies include hiking, mountain biking, retriever field trials and working around the Jensen farm.
Teva Stone, DVM
Dr Teva Stone grew up in Tucson, AZ. Knowing she wanted to go to vet school, she moved to Ft. Collins and attended CSU. She graduated with her Bachelor’s in Animal Science, Master’s in Biomedical sciences and with her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 2009. Always being the planner, the day after graduation her daughter was born. Dr. Stone is a member of the Larimer County Veterinary Medical Association and the American Animal Hospital Association. Dr. Stone lives in Ft. Collins with her husband, their daughter Ayslee, and their 2nd baby due in July 2012, along with 3 dogs Millie, Dooce and Basil and their cat Max. When she’s not working, she enjoys spending time with her family and being active outdoors.
Steff Porter and Samson
After moving back to Colorado in the spring of 2010 I started working at the clinic. It was during the first couple months that I realized I wanted to become a veterinary technician in addition to working with the dogs in boarding. Currently I am attending school to get my certification and am looking forward to that day. While not at school or working, I spend my time with my four-legged kids; GB my horse, Samson the dog and Pouncer the cat always manage to keep me busy!