Karl “Dr. Z” Zaunbrecher, brings almost 40 years of experience in Veterinary medicine to the Nederland Veterinary Hospital. A graduate of LSU School of Veterinary Medicine, he is originally from Lafayette, LA, and had a mobile Veterinary practice for 30 years in the Adirondack mountains of upstate New York. Dr Z moved to Nederland in 2020 with his partner Veronica and their 2 cats.
In his free time he enjoys mountain biking, triathlons, backpacking, and canoeing. He is also a martial arts instructor and teaches self defense at the Nederland Community Center.
Dani grew up on a farm in Vermont and started showing dairy goats in 4-H when she was 5 years old. At the age of 7 her interest turned to dogs and she began a successful career handling show dogs in the US and Canada. Dani began working at the Nederland Veterinary Hospital as a volunteer in 1996. When she is not caring for her community and their animals, Dani enjoys spending her time hiking, biking and horseback riding with her son.
Morgan has been around animals her whole life, whether it was family pets or animals she brought home to care for. She knew from a young age she wanted to be in the veterinary medicine field. She went to Harcum College for Animal Center Management to pursue her passion of helping animals. Soon after college, Morgan moved to Denver and worked as a vet tech in the city until she visited Nederland and fell in love with our town. She started working at Nederland Veterinary shortly after moving to Ned.
Lauren proudly began serving the Nederland community and their animals when she joined the Nederland Veterinary team in 2019. She takes pride in helping to provide excellent veterinary care and building strong connections with her community. When not tending to furry friends, you’ll find Lauren exploring in nature with her two dogs or practicing yoga at the local studio.
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