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Lone Tree, Colorado (303) 708‑8050 Open 6 Days a Week

Monday-Friday: 7 a.m.–6 p.m.
Saturday: 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
Sunday: Closed

Lone Tree Veterinary Medical Center

“We believe that all pets deserve to have a good life.”

Meet Our Team


William J. Moyle

William J. Moyle, DVM, DABVP

Dr. Moyle earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Illinois in 1964. After serving for two years in the United States Air Force as the base veterinarian in two different states, he returned to the Midwest and became an associate veterinarian at a veterinary hospital outside of Chicago. A couple of years later after a visit to Colorado, he decided to move west and pursue the dream of having his own practice. His first was in the early 1970’s, in a little house in Southeast Denver complete with a hitching post out front. As his practice grew, he moved to a second location and then a third, each larger than the one before. By the time he needed to expand a fourth time, he decided to create something completely different in response to years of client requests for other services along with their pets’ veterinary care.

After purchasing land and building his own facility, he launched his novel concept of “complete pet care services all under one roof” in 1987 – providing medical care, plus boarding, grooming, and pet training services all in his new facility. His concept quickly caught on as clients and their pets enjoyed the convenience of many services all at one location.

In the early 1990’s, Dr. Moyle moved with his wife, dogs and cat to the east end of Highlands Ranch, right next to what is now the City of Lone Tree. With his practice still in Denver, he drove by our current location to and from work every day. It didn’t take long for him to decide that the empty acreage along Lincoln Avenue would be a great place for a veterinary practice like his. Four years later in early March of 2001, his dream became reality as he and his staff of ten greeted the very first patient at Lone Tree Veterinary Medical Center. Now, with a dedicated staff of 40, Dr. Moyle continues to greet and care for pets today.

As the owner and founder of our facility, Dr Moyle embodies the life-long dedication of a veterinarian who loves caring for companion animals. His example has inspired and encouraged many, including several of our own student staff members who have gone on to pursue and achieve their goal of becoming a veterinarian.

Dr. Moyle is board certified in canine and feline clinical practice with the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners (ABVP) with a specialized focus on internal medicine in dogs and cats. He also has many years of experience in orthopedic surgery and is a certified TPLO (Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy) surgeon. Through his surgical skills and a commitment to pet mobility, he has helped hundreds of pets with orthopedic problems return to active lives.

Dr. Moyle believes that all pets deserve to have a good life through the benefits of modern veterinary medicine and the comfort of a loving home. He is a strong advocate for preventive care and recommends proper diet, weight management and exercise, along with daily dental hygiene and routine check-ups as the ideal way to help pets live healthy lives. While Dr. Moyle focuses on caring for dogs and cats, he is also experienced in the cosmetic care of birds, which includes beak, nail, and wing trims. Providing second opinions and finding solutions for pets with difficult to diagnose issues are other areas of medicine he enjoys.

When not caring for pets, Dr. Moyle enjoys time with his wife and their Standard Rat Terrier named Trace. An accomplished athlete, Dr. Moyle has also competed in several sports, including trail running, cycling, snowshoeing, and handball. At one time, he was ranked second best player in the nation by the U.S. Handball Association. With a love for the outdoors and training at altitude, he currently participates in numerous trail running, cycling, and snowshoeing events throughout Colorado and Utah.

L. S. Burstein

L. S. Burstein, DVM

Dr. Burstein earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Missouri in 1992.

Although trained in all areas of veterinary medicine, he is also interested in non-traditional pets and exotics, having worked with them in a variety of capacities while practicing at the Knoxville Zoo in Knoxville, Tennessee.

Dr. Burstein has been on our medical team since 2004, and enjoys helping dogs and cats of all sizes, ages and breeds. He believes that pets deserve to have good lives through regular preventive care, corrective treatment when needed, and a safe, nurturing environment in which to live.

Our clients frequently comment on how much they appreciate his attention to detail and his willingness to spend the time needed to address the questions and concerns they have about their pet.

On his days off, Dr. Burstein likes to spend time with his three adopted shelter dogs named Sapphire, Osa, and Rusty, a former orthopedic patient in our Mercy Care Program.

Very skilled in the art of iron forging, Dr. Burstein enjoys making things in his forging studio, creating one-of-a-kind decorative items, tools, and other implements that are both artistic and functional.

Bryan Voss

Bryan Voss, DVM

Growing up in Michigan, Dr. Voss dreamed of one day moving to Colorado after taking frequent ski vacations here with his family. Once he met the special staff members at Lone Tree Veterinary Medical Center, he knew it was time to finally make the move west. He joined our team in May of 2015.

As a second generation veterinarian, Dr. Voss’s interest in veterinary medicine was sparked early on, spending his younger years under his father’s tutelage at their veterinary practice in the upper Midwest.

After completing high school, Dr. Voss went on to earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Zoology from Michigan State University. He continued on to pursue a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Ross University on the Caribbean island of St. Kitts. After a clinical year at Cornell University, he graduated in 2011.

Following graduation, Dr. Voss spent four years working at a busy small animal practice in central New York, where he gained considerable experience in surgery, internal medicine, and the care of small animals. While he enjoys all facets of small animal medicine, he has particular interests in orthopedic surgery, oncology, and geriatric care. He also enjoys the general cosmetic care of birds, which includes beak, nail, and wing trims.

Dr. Voss favors a compassionate and transparent style of practicing veterinary medicine, and encourages open communication with his clients about the care of their special family companions.

When not practicing medicine, Dr. Voss can usually be found spending time with his wife and two children, and their German Shepherd mixed breed dog named Winter. He also enjoys golfing, snowboarding, rock climbing, and cheering on his favorite collegiate football team, Michigan State.

Amber  Korner

Amber Korner, DVM

Dr. Korner grew up in California and first knew she wanted to be a veterinarian when she was in the third grade.  She remembers always having dogs as a child and when at the family cabin during the summer months, wanting to examine the wild animals that frequently wandered onto the family property.

Dr. Korner earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at the University of California at Davis (UC Davis) in 2012.  She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in neurobiology, physiology and  behavior at UC Davis in 2007.

During the course of her academic studies, Dr. Korner volunteered at local animal shelters and assisted with veterinary care in any way she was needed.  She also worked at the California Raptor Center where she was actively involved in the care and public presentation of raptors during their rehabilitative process.  In her later academic years, Dr. Korner assisted in several research studies at the UC Davis Veterinary Genetics Laboratory and the Animal Science and Companion Animal Behavior department.

As a DVM, Dr. Korner has worked in a variety of clinical environments, including, small animal general practice, emergency medicine, and veterinary neurology specialty practice.  With her broad areas of expertise, she has managed a wide variety of medical cases across many different species.  Her most extensive work has been in the area of veterinary neurology, where she spent four years as an associate in neurology at a veterinary specialty hospital in Southern California.

Dr. Korner truly enjoys utilizing her unique skills and knowledge in solving the medical problems of the patients she sees. She also believes that clear communication with pet owners is vital in helping them understand the needs of their pets, any course of treatment or tests being recommended, and why these recommendations are important in helping their pets be well and live a healthy life.

When not at our facility, Dr. Korner enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter, and their two dogs, Aiden, a boxer-pointer mix and, Charlie, a lab-shepherd mix.  She also loves hiking, backpacking, and bicycling.  Having been a goalie during her college years for the UC Davis Women’s Water Polo team, she especially loves any activity that involves water.

Lisa Boals

Lisa Boals, DVM

As a young child, Dr. Boals had a love for animals and read any book about animals that she could get her hands on.  Of her many favorites were the classic stories by James Herriot, a veterinarian who lived in Yorkshire, England back in the 1930's. 

Dr. Boals has many fond memories of herself as a youngster dusting off the old microscope kept by her mother (who had been a medical technologist) to look at medical slides and the tiny creatures that lived in the water in a nearby pond.  She continued to pursue those ‘creature’ interests while utilizing a scholarship to obtain her Bachelor's Degree in Microbiology at Mississippi State University in 2003.   She continued on at Mississippi State for the next several years to study veterinary medicine, where she earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2008.  

After graduation, Dr. Boals moved to Denver, which was a logical place to begin practicing the profession she loved, having first fallen in love with Colorado while visiting the state as a child. 
During the many years since, Dr. Boals has continued to practice small animal general medicine in the Denver area and loves the special bond that people in Colorado share with their furry family members.  

Her favorite part of being a veterinarian is being able to help lengthen and strengthen the human-animal bond through preventative medicine, proper nutrition, and good dental care.  Whether she is helping puppies and kittens start off on the right ‘paw’ with their families or maintaining that strong bond through geriatric and end of life care, Dr. Boals enjoys making pets’ lives better every step of the way. 

Having always loved books and movies about medical mysteries, Dr. Boals has a strong interest in diagnostic medicine and has participated in several veterinary research studies.  She has also pursued additional training in cardiology, ophthalmology, cytology, dentistry and internal medicine. 

When not caring for pets, Dr. Boals enjoys skiing and fly fishing with her husband, hiking 13’ers, and photographing the natural beauty of Colorado.  She and her husband share their household with an 11 year-old Golden Retriever named TJ. 

Laura Clarke

Laura Clarke, DVM

Dr. Clarke always knew she wanted to be a veterinarian, but it wasn’t until her college years that she became laser focused on learning and experiencing all that she could about the field of veterinary medicine and the care of animals.  She had many jobs during her college years, including, boarding kennel attendant, animal assistant, veterinary receptionist, veterinary technician, and veterinary emergency technician.  She also worked on a dairy farm milking cows.

Over the course of her academic career, not only did Dr. Clarke graduate with a Bachelor of Science from Illinois State University and a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Kansas State University, she had acquired many practical skills along the way and a deep appreciation of the importance of veterinary care.  One of her favorite parts of being a veterinarian comes from the reward of being able to help pets have healthier lives.

Dr Clarke joined our medical team in November of 2023.  Having grown up in suburban Chicago, she returned to its rural suburbs as a veterinarian where she practiced for almost 30 years before moving to Colorado.

Although Dr. Clarke enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine, she has a special interest in pet dentistry.  With many years of advanced training in pet oral surgery, she brings considerable experience and skill in oral surgery techniques.

Dr. Clarke says she can’t imagine doing anything other than being a veterinarian and especially loves being able to fix the problems her patients have so they go home feeling better.  She also enjoys helping owners understand their pets’ needs as they make the decisions that are important to their pet’s well-being.

In her free time, Dr. Clarke spends time with her adult children, reading, working in her garden, doing home improvement projects, and hanging out with her three cats.  She also loves being outdoors and walking with her four dogs, and caring for her horses and pet jersey cow.

Lisa Pepmeyer

Lisa Pepmeyer, DVM

Dr. Pepmeyer has been practicing veterinary medicine for over 28 years, and brings substantial knowledge and experience to the fore with every pet she sees.  She has been a part of our veterinarian team since 2012.

Having grown up in Ft. Lupton, Colorado, she remembers always having an intense interest in both animals and the outdoors, and decided to combine these passions into her career as a veterinarian.

Dr. Pepmeyer pursued this quest by earning a Bachelor of Veterinary Science degree at the University of Colorado in 1982, after which she continued on to earn a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Colorado State University in 1986. Over the course of the next decade, she refined her medical skills as an animal emergency critical care veterinarian. 

Dr. Pepmeyer has continued to expand her expertise in general clinical practice in both small and large animal medicine and surgery over the many years since.

In addition to her medical skills, Dr. Pepmeyer holds a Class II Health Certificate License and is well-versed in the often complex details of transporting pets to other countries around the world.   

Dr. Pepmeyer enjoys all aspects of being a veterinarian, including, interacting with the humans attached to the pets she cares for. 

When not practicing veterinary medicine, Dr. Pepmeyer enjoys reading books and journals on a wide range of topics, being in the outdoors, and sharing time with friends who play in local country-rock music bands.  Her most favorite past time, however, is hanging out with her menagerie of pets, including, two Saddlebred horses, Jack and Vinne, six cats - Baxter, Fidget, Shorty, Elway, Ember, and Quiver – and a variety of wild animals that frequently visit her property.

Professional Groomers

Jill Squires

Jill Squires
Salon Manager

Jill is a graduate of the Colorado Career Academy and the advanced program in New Techniques & Breed Standards at the Paragon School of Dog Grooming. A professional groomer for over twenty years, she has provided grooming services at our facility since 2001 and has served as manager of our Salon since 2011. Jill loves working with pets and grooms all breeds of dogs and cats. She is shown with her Beagle, Hank, and Rottweiler, Miesha.

Check out our Grooming services here! 

Natasha  Lindsey

Natasha Lindsey

Natasha is a graduate of the Penn Foster Career School and has been grooming professionally at our Salon since 2004. An animal lover at heart, Natasha provides grooming services for all breeds of dogs and cats. She currently lives with her cat, Musha and is shown with her first Malamute, Simba.

Check out our Grooming services here! 

Pet Behavior Specialist

Will Bruner

Will Bruner

Will has worked professionally as an animal trainer since 1992, focusing initially on exotic animals in zoos. In 1996, in addition to his zoo training work, he began providing in-home dog training and animal behavior consultation. He found that the same training techniques he had used with dolphins, tigers, and birds of prey in their zoo environment transferred easily to helping people with their pets in the home.

As a result, he expanded his animal training to include companion pets. With a focus on training dogs, he also works with cats, birds, and other small animals.

For over 20 years, Will has perfected his practice of training dogs and continued fulfilling his passion for improving their lives with his time-proven techniques and the use of positive communication.

Will’s training philosophy is based on three primary principles: Consistency, honesty, and rewards. He believes that training works best, not when trying to control your dog, but when you are communicating with your dog. Dogs need structure and challenges – both physical and mental – but to be happy and content, they also need praise! It is his goal to help both dogs and their owners achieve this balance in their relationship as life-long companions.

Will believes strongly in the Canine Good Citizen program and has been an AKC Approved Evaluator since 2010. He has also competed in obedience and agility with his own dogs and has added popular sporting classes to his training programs, including Scentwork and Treibball. After participating in the first US Treibball classes conducted in Colorado in 2010, Will went on to compete in the first sanctioned Treibball competition in Arizona in 2014. He is also certified as a judge and trainer for the American Treibball Association.

Will is a professional member of the Animal Behavior Management Alliance (ABMA) and participates in several professional organizations related to zoo and animal training. Always happy to help with your pet training needs, he is available Tuesday through Saturday for consults, classes, and private lessons. Learn more about our Behavior Training here.