Susan M. Muench, DVM
Following graduation from the University of Missouri, Columbia with a degree in Horticulture, Dr. Susan Muench continued her education and received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Colorado State University in 1990.
As the owner of the Olde Towne Animal Medical Center, her professional interests include internal medicine, infectious disease, small mammal species, pediatrics/geriatrics, neurology, ophthalmology, soft tissue surgery and emergency medicine.
In addition to practicing veterinary medicine, Dr. Muench has taken training courses in Local Emergency Preparedness, Animal Forensics, FEMA training, Disaster Life Support, and as a Technical Specialist with the Boulder County Incident Management Team.
As she continues to be active in the Longmont community, Dr. Muench has received several awards. In 2006 she received the Citizen Service Citation from the Longmont Police Department; in 2007 the Friend of Animals Award from Animal Control for her continued service and support; and in 2008 the Certificate of Merit from the Longmont Police Department for providing treatment to fire victims.
When her schedule permits, Dr. Muench donates her veterinary service in domestic and international underserved communities. 2009 – Provided continuing education and consultation to veterinarians throughout the Republic of Georgia in eastern Europe. 2010 – Performed spay/neuter surgeries at a local shelter in Loreta, Mexico. Conducted preventive care farm visits and clinics in New Amsterdam, Guyana and Paramaribo and Lilydorp, Suriname. 2011 – Performed spay/neuter surgeries at a local shelter in Ibarra, Ecuador.
Her animal family consists of Dani, a Shih Tzu-Poodle mix you may have met at the office, and Little Kitty who is terribly shy therefore you won’t see her anywhere near the clinic!
Kim has been with Olde Towne since May 2014. She brings with her experience in a variety of areas including gardening, hardware, and a prior position in a veterinary hospital.
Kim loves working at Olde Towne! She enjoys the patients and their individual personalities; as well as the diversity of animals that come to us through Longmont Animal Control and Greenwood Wildlife Center.
Kim lives with her daughter, 2 cats and 2 rats.
Kim’s interests outside of work include hiking, camping, gardening and being a sports spectator.
As Olde Towne’s newest employee, April began working November 1, 2014. Although having worked as a veterinary assistant since 2003, she is aspiring to attain a veterinary technician degree from Front Range Community College.
April lives with her husband, Colton, and 2 children, Isaac and Autumn; and 2 cats “Pooh” and “Kisses”.
In her spare time, April enjoys reading and loves to dance.
“Sir Leon” has been a part of our Olde Towne family since August 16, 2013. With an unknown history, Leon, quickly made himself a critical member of the daily functions at the hospital!
Leon consistently reminds us when it is 8:30am and 4:30pm, his meal times. Although he does prefer the warm lap of our clients over unnecessary association with their pets, he shows amazing compassion for our patients by making sure someone is attending to them. His overall position here in the hospital is one of making our clients feel welcome. While waiting to see the doctor, you may even find him in your lap!
Sir Leon spends his free time resting in the sun.