Lois Toll, DVMBorn in Denver, Colorado, Dr. Toll joined our practice as a Veterinary Assistant in 1981.  After going back to school, she became a Veterinarian in 1992.

Dr Toll’s equine experience started with the 4H Pony Club.  Her personal experience includes; eventing, fox hunting, combined driving and mountain pack trips.  She also had the opportunity to work for a hunter/jumper trainer.

Dr. Toll prides herself on being a well rounded veterinarian, and enjoys the challenge of lameness and general practice here at Littleton Equine Medical Center.

When not at work, you can find Dr. Toll gardening, cheering on her Son, Ian on the baseball field, or taking care of her many animals at home.

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Education:

  • Undergraduate, History, Mount Holyoke College, 1978
  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Colorado State University, 1992
  • Member of Dumb Friend’s League Board of Directors, Rocky Mountain Farriers Association and Colorado Unwanted Horse Alliance Board.

Listen to Dr. Toll’s interview with TheHorse.com regarding Rehabilitating, Refeeding, and Rehoming Rescue Horses here!