Our Team

Jackie Campbell, DVM, DACVD

Jackie Campbell, DVM, DACVD

Colorado Springs, CO

Dr. Campbell was born and raised in Colorado Springs, Colorado. She attended Colorado State University where she obtained her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 2006. Dr. Campbell went on to complete a one-year internship in small animal medicine and surgery with VCA in Phoenix, Arizona in 2007, and a 3-year residency with Dermatology for Animals in 2010. She founded Animal Allergy & Dermatology of Colorado in 2010, and became board certified by the American College of Veterinary Dermatology in 2013.

Dr. Campbell thoroughly enjoys her role as an educator and collaborator. She provides continuing education lectures to veterinarians across the country and has spoken at a national level for the American Veterinary Medical Association, and the National Veterinary Community. Dr. Campbell’s research was published in a peer-reviewed journal and she has contributed to a clinical textbook on Veterinary Dermatology. She enjoys sharing dermatology insights with colleagues and feels fortunate to be able to work with general practitioners, and as a team improve the quality of life of animals.

Dr. Campbell enjoys all areas of veterinary dermatology, but has special interest in allergic skin disease, and ear disease. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, American College of Veterinary Dermatology, American Academy of Veterinary Dermatology, and Colorado Veterinary Medical Association.

In her home time she enjoys unplugging with her husband, two kids, and furry family. She enjoys concerts, Bikram yoga, hiking, and travel.

Jennifer Petersen, DVM, DACVD

Jennifer Petersen, DVM, DACVD

Colorado Springs, CO

We are beyond thrilled to announce that Jennifer Petersen, DVM, DACVD, is joining our team at Animal Allergy and Dermatology in November 2020. Dr. Petersen comes with collective experience working in a private practice in Wisconsin and training in a University setting at Iowa State. She received her DVM from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and completed her residency at Iowa State University. In 2018, she achieved Diplomate certification by the American College of Veterinary Dermatology. Fun fact to mention is that Dr. Petersen’s mentor was a fellow resident in the same program with Dr. Campbell during her residency.
As a child, Dr. Petersen's family dog suffered from chronic skin and ear issues, fueling her desire from a very young age to help pets with similar problems. Today, she remains passionate about her work in veterinary dermatology and allergies, holding special interests in chronic ear conditions, allergic skin disease, and Co2 laser.
Dr. Petersen is a Chicago, IL native, and has spent time living in other major cities during her veterinary specialty training adventures, including Pittsburg, New York, and Milwaukee. She's happy to plant roots in beautiful Colorado Springs with her husband, son, and labrador retriever (who also has allergies). When she's not working as a dermatology and allergy superhero, Dr. Petersen loves to explore the mountains, travel, read, watch baseball, and spend time with her family.

Erica Bachinski, Technician

Erica Bachinski, Technician

Erica brings a unique background of experience to our team at AADC. Originally from Wisconsin, her work with animals began at a young age working on her family’s Whitetail deer farm. Always dreaming of working with oceanic species Erica graduated from Hawai’i Pacific University with her Bachelor’s in Marine Biology in 2009. Her veterinary career began while working at a small marine mammal center in northern California. Erica was able to work her way up from kennel attendant to veterinary technician in just a few short years. Her combination of passion and hard work have led her many places and ultimately, she relocated to Colorado to be close to her family in 2017. Erica enjoys spending time with her niece, has a strong passion for fitness, and is an advocate for bully breed dogs. She of course has her own hunk of a Pit Bull named Mokey along with his Netherland Dwarf rabbit sister Poppy; the only thing he loves more than his momma is that ball of fur!

Kaitlyn, CVT

Kaitlyn, CVT

Kaitlyn joined Animal Allergy and Dermatology in November 2018. She brings 3 years of experience from general practice to our team. She attended school at Colby Community College and became a certified technician in July 2018. Kaitlyn has had a passion for animals since she was a child and loves being able to provide quality care to improve our pets lives. In her spare time she enjoys arts and crafts and spending time with her husband and pets Hank and Henry.

Sarah, Customer Care Representative

Sarah, Customer Care Representative

Sarah joined Animal Allergy and Dermatology in January 2018. Although she is new to us, she comes from general practice, and brings 15 years customer service to the team. Her favorite part of the job is seeing resolution in the pets' problems. The pets come in so miserable and leave with an amazing treatment plan that brings them comfort. It is so rewarding, and makes Sarah appreciate being a part of such a great team. Sarah is a Colorado Springs native. She graduated from Coronado High School, where she met her High School sweetheart whom she has now been married to for 13 years. She also has two wonderful children. When she is not at work, she enjoys camping, bowling, shooting, summer nights, bar-b-ques and traveling with her family.

Trista, Practice Manager

Trista, Practice Manager

Trista joined AADC as Practice Manager in November 2019. She comes with fifteen years of specialty veterinary experience from working with our friends at Southern Colorado Veterinary Internal Medicine as their marketing and front office manager. Trista is currently attending Fort Hays state University pursuing her BA in IT and certification in veterinary hospital management. Her passion for helping animals has extended from a childhood hobby to a rewarding career, and she's excited to grow with the AADC family. As an avid animal lover and fellow sufferer of allergic dermatitis, Trista feels it's part of her calling to facilitate care for pets needing comfort and relief from such challenging skin issues. At home, Trista shares her life with her husband, who is a former U.S. Marine, three human children, one Jack Russell Terrier, and one orange striped kitty. She enjoys hiking, coding, classical music, and geeky technology.