Dr. Crystal Connor was born in Kremmling, Colorado, and later spent time in Northern Arizona. She eventually moved back to Colorado to pursue veterinary medicine and is a proud 2007 CSU vet school graduate.
After vet school, Crystal moved to Boston, where she completed a small animal internship at VCA South Shore Animal Hospital. After which she worked as an Emergency doctor at a referral hospital in Portsmouth, NH. She then decided to move back to Colorado in 2010, where she continued her work as an emergency doctor in specialty hospitals in both Loveland and Longmont.
After 8 years as an emergency clinician, Crystal realized it was time to make a change so started her career as a small animal general practitioner in 2016 with the amazing LHAH health care team. As a general practitioner she has been able to continue her passion of emergency medicine by teaching pet CPR courses for the general public but also offering first aid and CPR training to local first responders and local law enforcement’s K-9 officers. In addition to her ongoing passion for emergency medicine she also enjoys dermatology and internal medicine.
Crystal and her husband became first-time parents to a two-legged child, Margot, in October of 2017. As a family, they enjoy getting out and enjoying all the activities our beautiful Colorado mountains have to offer. Their four-legged kids include Santino “Sonny”, a St. Bernard-Boxer mix adopted from the Boulder Valley Humane Society in 2012 and a cat named Phoebe, whom Crystal found as a stray kitten in 2002.