Dr. Lisano grew up in Masonville, just outside of Fort Collins, and is thrilled to be back home serving her local community! She graduated from Colorado State University in 2011 with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree, and spent her first year of practice on the western slope of Colorado. After this, her and her husband moved to New Hampshire and explored the culture of the northeast. However, Colorado called them back home, and they are happy to be settled here. Dr. Lisano is a strong proponent for keeping family pets healthy and happy in order to support and encourage the benefits of the human-animal bond. She grew up volunteering with disabled adults, and loves to see the therapy that pets can provide. She always strives to provide compassionate, comprehensive care to each of her patients and their people. As a veterinarian, Dr. Lisano is passionate about geriatric pet care, oncology, and preventative care for cats and dogs alike. Outside of work, she loves spending time with her husband, son and daughter, as well as running and baking. Her family is wild about the outdoors and can often be found hiking or snowshoeing when they are not working on their home remodel projects. They live with their two fuzzy Siberian cats, Eva and Chester, and their box tortoise, Samson.