Erie Animal Hospital

720 Austin Avenue, Suite 107
Erie, CO 80516


Erie Animal Hospital Veterinarians
Dr. Towner and her team of doctors have almost 60 years of experience providing compassionate and comprehensive care for your family pets. 


Dr. Sally Towner, CVA (Hospital Owner)

Dr. Towner is a Colorado native who received her Bachelors of Science from Colorado State University and graduated from the University of California, Davis with her DVM in 1991.Dr. Towner has practiced in urban Northern California to a small town in the Midwest before coming home to Colorado. She opened Erie Animal Hospital in a small farmhouse in 2001. She expanded Erie Animal Hospital to our current state-of-the-art facility in 2004. Her interests in veterinary medicine include: alternative medicine, physical rehabilitation, acupuncture, internal medicine, pain management, nutrition and pocket pets.

Dr. Towner is Certified in Veterinary Acupuncture and Canine Medical Massage Therapy. She has completed multiple deep dive courses in Veterinary Acupuncture with Colorado State and the Chi Institute. She is currently completing her certificate in Veterinary Chinese Herbal Medicine.

Dr. Towner lives with her family, six cats, dog and rabbit. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, snowshoeing, gardening and stained glass. 

DVM - University of California, Davis (1991)

B.S. in Animal Science - Colorado State University (1984)

Certification in Veterinary Acupuncture - Colorado State University (2007)
Certification in Canine Medical Message Therapy - Colorado State University (2008)



Dr. Teresa Seggerman

Dr. Seggerman has had a varied and interesting career. After graduating in 1992 from Colorado State University, she worked for four years in mixed animal practice, specialized in llamas and goats, before joining the US Army Veterinary Corps. She traveled to Texas and Okinawa in the Army, providing medical care for military members' pets, as well as Military Working Dogs.

Upon returning to civilian life, Dr. Seggerman focused on small animal medicine, finally turning to emergency medicine, where she spent 15 years providing critical care for pets in several hospitals in the Denver metro area. She finally decided to return to the daytime world and general practice about six years ago.

Dr. Seggerman is proudly owned by four cats: Egbert, Willow, Kheya and Soji, who insist that she work hard and play harder to entertain them. She enjoys cooking, reading, gardening, hiking and is looking forward to raising chickens this year. 

DVM - Colorado State University (1992)


 We also work with a team of veterinary specialists to provide the optimal care for your pet.