Laramie All Pet Clinic

"The Biggest Little Clinic in Laramie"

Laramie All Pet Clinic is a full-service veterinary facility providing quality care and compassion for over 40 years. It is our commitment and desire to provide outstanding animal care for our patients and welcoming, informative, and supportive service for our clients. Our caring and experienced staff provide routine preventative care, early detection and prevention of disease, and quality medical and surgical care.

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  • Mon-Fri: 7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. (Closed from 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. daily for lunch)
  • Sat & Sun: Closed
  • David Evertson, DVM

    Owner/Veterinarian


    Dr. Evertson received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Kansas State University in 1994. Dr. Evertson also recieved a bachelors degree in Molecular Biology from the University of Wyoming in 1990. Dr. Evertson enjoys large animal practice and particularly has an interest in equine reproduction and dentistry.

  • Dana Petersen, DVM

    Owner/Veterinarian


    Dr. Petersen received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Kansas State University in 1997.  She also has a bachelors degree in Animal Science from KSU in 1995.  She is originally from Dannebrog, Neb., a small town of 325 people in central Nebraska. She and her husband, Dr. David Evertson, found and later bought Alpine Animal Hospital just 12 days after her graduating vet school. Dr. Petersen has wanted to be a vet ever since she could remember. Her most vivid memory of that goal was when her fathers' black lab had a lump on his neck that was further diagnosed to be an absess.  Dr. Peterson and Dr. Evertson have three sons: Dawson, Devon, and Dax. They also have a border collie, Rigby. In her free time Dr. Petersen enjoys quilting, scrapbooking, and reading.  Her professional interests are small animal soft tissue surgery, puppy training, and rehabilitation/physical therapy.

  • Carey Edwards, DVM

    Associate             

    Carey Edwards received her doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Colorado State University. Carey grew up in Pine, Colorado and earned her Bachelor’s degree in Animal Technology from the University of Denver before going to veterinary school. After veterinary school, she completed a one year internship at a busy mixed animal clinic in Montrose, Colorado.  Her special interests in practice include herd health, equine medicine and reproduction but she enjoys all the variety that mixed animal practice offers. Carey spends a lot of her free time working with her husband providing contract care for cattle in southeastern Wyoming and northwestern Colorado. When she isn’t working, she enjoys reading, cooking and riding her horses. Carey and her husband run a few cows of their own and have a small “herd” of dogs (mostly Border Collies plus a few Miniature Pinschers), a pile of barn cats and good horses and a milk cow named Ruth. 

  • Lizzy Giese

    Technician

    Lizzy Giese has been a veterinary technician with LAP since December 2008. She has a Associates Degree in Veterinary Technology from Eastern Wyoming College.  She grew up in Laramie and between her parents and her sister, they have 9 dogs, 3 cats and 2 fish. Lizzy enjoys sled dog racing, reading, 4-wheeling, snowmobiling, camping, hiking, and being with her friends and family.

  • Libby Mitros

    Technician Assistant

    Libby was born and raised just outside of Laramie, near Vedauwoo. Growing up Libby was constantly around animals as she and her father would rescue any abandoned or unwanted animals such as chickens, rabbits, turkeys and horses. Even at a young age she knew that animals would always be her passion. Libby is hoping to further her education and pursue a degree at the University of Wyoming, followed by veterinary programs at Colorado State University.

  • Rachel Woychik

    Technician Assistant

    Rachel grew up on a hobby farm in a rural dairy farming community outside of Independence, Wisconsin. Growing up she was around many different animals such as horses, cattle, cats, dogs, fish, frogs, and her pet goat, Jaxson. She has an Associate's Degree in Veterinary Technology from Rochester Community and Technical College in Rochester, Minnesota. Rachel originally came to Wyoming when she accepted an internship at Alpine Animal Hospital. She clicked with the hospital, fell in love with the mountains, and made the move permanently. She enjoys hiking, photography, and rollerblading with her dog, Buzz.
  • Jenny Witte

    Technician Assistant

    While Jenny is a new member to our staff here at Alpine, she has been involved in the veterinary field since 2013. Born in Scottsbluff, NE, she was raised in a family with many animals including dogs, cats, snakes, lizards, and fish. Needless to say her love for animals came from her array of pets growing up. Jenny currently has a Brittney Spaniel named Minnie and a cat named Syrah, who she considers to be members of the family. Outside of work she enjoys various activities with her son and husband, including camping, swimming, and spending time with their pets.
  • Cindi Shroyer

    Client Service Representative

    Cindi has been with LAP since November of 2014. She is a native of Ohio (Go Bucks!), but fell in love with Wyoming while living at FE Warren AFB in Cheyenne. After a stint back in Ohio, Cindi moved back to Wyoming. She has four children, four grandchildren, and a chocolate lab nambed Sadie who has Cindi wrapped around her paw. Cindi holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from Southern New Hampshire University and is currently a student in the Master of Communication program at Spring Arbor University.

  • Anissa McCutchan

    Client Service Representative

    Anissa was born in Oklahoma but has called Wyoming home for the last 30 years. She has two children and is "Nama" to two adorable grandchildren. She and her husband share a home with a chocolate lab named Shadow, a yellow lab named Kaos, and a chihuahua named Tinkerbell. Outside of work Anissa enjoys camping, fishing, relaxing at home and searching for antiques and treasures with her husband.
  • Jen Ramsbacher

    Lodge Manager

    Jen has been working in the Alpine Lodge since January 2014 where she makes friends with every animal who stays, no matter what size, breed, or species. She completed her BA in Art History from the University of Wyoming in December 2016, but decided to follow her love for animals after graduation. Jen received multiple certifications in May 2017 including Small Animal First Aid and Small Animal CPR. She currently owns Noira, a German Shepherd-Rottie mix with a bigger personality than her small stature. She also owns Onyx, a rescue Husky mix who joined the family in 2014. Jen enjoys hiking, fishing, and drawing in her free time.