Dr. Amanda Simonson

Amanda Simonson, DVM

Amanda Simonson, DVM

Veterinarian and Palliative Hospice Care Expert

Education & Trainings

  • Credentialed, Small Animal Vet- Stem, Regenerative Veterinary Medicine, 2013 
  • Certification, Veterinary Medical Acupuncture, Colorado State University, 2011 
  • Wendy Myers Advanced Communication Training Course, Communications Solutions, 2010 
  • Tony Woodward Advanced Dental Training Course, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 2009
  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Colorado State University, 2003 
  • Bachelor of Science, Northern Arizona University, 1997 

Activity & Honors

  • Arizona state license
  • APHIS accreditation
  • DEA license

Professional Memberships

  • American Veterinary Medical Association
  • Arizona Veterinary Medical Association
  • Veterinary Information Network


Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Pathology in Practice, Bilateral Renomegaly in a Dog, Nephroblastoma, February 15, 2020   

I am a veterinarian passionate about helping animals. I practiced for 15 years in the hospital setting doing medicine, surgery, preventive care, acupuncture, and dentistry for primarily dogs and cats.

Over the last 2 years, I spend more time in the patient’s home environment, focusing on palliative hospice care, pain management, and in-home euthanasia. I cherish the relationship shared between people and pets. I feel honored to be part of this equation.  My husband, son, and I live on a ranch full of animals including dogs, horses, chickens, rabbits, and fish. 

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