Meet The Team
Our team is dedicated to your pet’s health.
The entire staff at Castle Pines Veterinary Hospital works tirelessly to provide the best care for your pet. Led by Dr. John Vickers, we strive to offer not only sound advice, but also optimal veterinary care.
Dr. John Vickers
His interests include internal medicine, surgery, dentistry, and ophthalmology. In August of 2007, he became the owner of Castle Pines Veterinary Hospital. When not busy at work, you can find him arguing politics with anyone that will listen. He and his wife Diana make their home in Highlands Ranch.
Dr. Elizabeth Arthur
Dr. Arthur is from Colorado and received her veterinary degree from CSU School of Veterinary Medicine in Fort Collins. For the last 15 years, she was a co-owner of a mixed animal practice in Gunnison, CO. She relocated back to the Front Range to be near family and access greater resources and education for her teen daughter.
She has particular interests in geriatrics; life-stage and life-style tailored veterinary care, surgery, and internal medicine. She also participates in programs focusing on care provision for feral, stray, and shelter populations as well as companions of the homeless.
In her free time, she enjoys cooking, reading, and hanging with her dogs, Susie and Hammie, and her friends and family.
Dr. Alicia Hanson
Dr. Teegan Wheaton
Dr. Wheaton is a Colorado native and the son of a veterinarian. He has been around veterinary medicine almost his entire life, often observing medical procedures and helping out around his dad’s clinic in rural eastern Colorado. After he served in the US Navy onboard the USS Carl Vinson, Dr. Wheaton earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Nuclear Engineering at Excelsior University. Knowing that his real passion was in veterinary medicine, he enrolled in Colorado State University’s Veterinary Medicine program and earned his DVM degree in 2015. His main areas of interest are in veterinary acupuncture, small animal surgery, and small animal dentistry. When he is not in the office helping animals, he enjoys fly fishing, snowboarding, playing ice hockey, and spending time with his daughter. Dr. Wheaton has a mischievous but loving beagle (Porter) at home.
Linda Ringstad became our Practice Manager here at Castle Pines Veterinary Hospital in June of 2019. She has been working in the veterinary industry since 2004. Her love for animals and passion for their welfare goes way back. She also has a great love and appreciation for the pet parents that she has seen over the years who work tirelessly to do right by their animals. Linda is eager to support you in any way possible.
Linda and her husband, Kirk, have three grown sons with families of their own including grandchildren she gets to spoil. They have lived in Castle Rock since 1997 and couldn’t ask for a better place to live. She looks forward to meeting you.
Please feel free to reach out to contact her directly at any time.
Lead Veterinary Technician
Liz worked in the Veterinary Medicine field for five years in New Jersey, before moving to Denver. She has now been living in Colorado for three years and loves every minute of it. She loves exercising and going for hikes. Her dog Rudy is a seven-year-old lab mix, who loves going for hikes, swimming, and playing at the dog park.
Tanner Bishop, CVT
Certified Veterinary Technician
Hello, My name is Tanner Bishop. Born and raised in Iowa with a passion for animals and the outdoors. When I’m not working, I can usually be found at a disc golf course, slow-pitch softball fields, or hiking with my dogs. My oldest dog, Rudy, a sweet Pitbull who loves spending time with his dad and rolling in the most foul-smelling stuff he can find. The youngest is Dale, a Jack Russell Terrier, who only cares about his food and who might throw his ball next. Life is good!
Bridgette Bradshaw, CVT
Certified Veterinary Technician
Bridgette started at CPVH in March of 2020 right before the world shut down due to the pandemic. She was born and raised in Colorado and graduated from Bel-Rea in December of 2017. She was recently awarded her credentials as a Certified Veterinary Technician. Outside of work you can find her chasing after her active son, Henry. She is a pet parent to 3 cats and hopes a golden retriever is in her future.
Sara Warren is a Colorado native. She has been in the veterinary field for over 6 years. She likes to volunteer her time with the local 4-H youth program. Sara is a goat project leader and superintendent for the goat project in Douglas County 4-H. In her spare time, she likes to go to a couple of local goat shows a year. She also likes to spend her time with her husband Greg outdoors, her favorite places to visit are Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park. They have 2 dogs (Lily a Great Pyrenees/ Border collie mix and Diesel a Husky). Sara has been raising goats for over 20 years. She owns over 10 goats.