Dr. Candice Akers
Dr. Candy was born in Dover, Delaware. She studied Animal Science at University of Delaware while completing summer internships at Tri-State Bird Rescue & Research, Inc. She discovered a passion for wildlife rehabilitation and studied husbandry, nutrition and medicine of native wild birds. Between undergraduate school and vet school, Candy worked full time providing professional oil spill response for affected wildlife. Dr. Akers attended veterinary school at Oklahoma State University. While studying for her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine she also taught fellow students about various subjects in wildlife and exotics medicine. Upon graduation in 2009, Candy moved to Denver, CO and worked in a small animal clinic. Here she focused on preventative medicine, surgery and client education. Over the years, Dr. Akers has observed the importance of holistic veterinary medicine, the effectiveness of an Integrative approach and the benefits of in-home care.
She began Journeys Mobile Veterinary Services with the goal of caring for pets with dignity and compassion. Her skills and experience bring together a well-rounded and respectful approach to her patients and clients. She believes that in-home care allows for a less stressful and more complete evaluation of each pet. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, The Colorado Veterinary Medical Association, The American Quarter Horse Association and The Parker Chamber of Commerce. At home Candy likes to spend time on her ranch, taking care of her dogs, chickens and rescue donkeys. She also enjoys gardening, cooking and watching football.
Recently Dr. Candy has accepted the award of ‘Best of The Best’ Veterinarian in Elbert County, CO 2014. As well as ‘Best of The Best’ Veterinarian in Parker, CO 2015.
Lindsie is originally from Oklahoma but has always loved Colorado. Her veterinary career began with the position of clinic receptionist and kennel assistant in 2004. She graduated from the University of Central Oklahoma with a Bachelors of Science in Biology. Her love of pets and commitment to animal health and welfare has lead Lindsie to work at clinics for over 11 years and ultimately organize a compassionate animal rescue group. Lindsie brings invaluable skills, knowledge and experience in fields of animal behavior, training, bio-security, parasitology, laboratory diagnostics and hospice care. Lindsie performs as an assistant for Dr. Candy Akers. In her free time she enjoys hiking, painting and volunteering for animal rescue organization efforts.