Dr. Liberty Sieberg - Veterinarian
Dr. Liberty Sieberg (pronounced "Sea-burg") is excited to be a part of the team at Animal Care Center of Castle Pines.
She attended the University of New Mexico where she graduated with honors with a B.S. in Biology. She moved to Colorado to obtain her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at Colorado State University. After graduating in 2018, she made her way to Texas for a one year small animal rotating internship at Texas A&M, where she rotated through different areas including emergency, critical care, internal medicine, radiology, pathology, soft and orthopedic surgery, anesthesia, neurology, and oncology. Following the completion of her internship, Dr. Sieberg moved back to Colorado and started working as an emergency veterinarian.
Dr. Sieberg joined the Animal Care Center of Castle Pines eager to form long term relationships with clients and their furry family and make a bigger impact with preventative medicine. Her interests still include emergency medicine, as well as neurology, feline medicine, fear free medicine, and palliative/end-of-life care.
Outside of work, Dr. Sieberg enjoys board games, reading, exploring new foods, hiking, and traveling with her husband and daughter. Dr. Sieberg has three dogs; two heelers named Remus and Tonks, and a dachshund named Neville Longbottom. She also has a beautiful calico cat named Leviosa.