Jergens Equine

27435 County Road 70
Gill, CO 80624


Dr. Amy Jergens, DVM, DACVS 

Dr. Jergens is staff surgeon for Jergens Equine and specializes in sports medicine and surgery.  Dr. Jergens obtained her veterinary degree at the University of Illinois.  Afterwards, she completed an internship at Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital in Lexington, KY and a surgical residency at Peterson and Smith Equine Hospital in Ocala, FL.  After completing her veterinary and surgical training, Dr. Jergens was an assistant clinical professor of sports medicine and surgery at the University of Minnesota in St. Paul, MN.  Dr. Jergens is a diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons.

Doug Jergens, ACEqD

Doug Jergens is the staff dentist at Jergens Equine.  Doug attended the Academy of Equine Dentistry in Glenns Ferry, Idaho.  He received Certification for Equine Dentistry (CEqD) and then became Advance Certified in Equine Dentistry (ACEqD).  After completing dentistry training, Doug became an instructor at the Academy of Equine Dentistry.

Emma Francis, CVT

Emma Francis, CVT is a licensed veterinary technician with a special interest in Equine Anesthesia. She performs anesthesia for all surgical procedures at Jergens Equine. She grew up in Northern California in the small agriculture town of Half Moon Bay. She moved to Colorado in 2016 with her horse, Cinch, and her miniature weenie dog, Slim. In her spare time she enjoys team roping, brandings and spending time with family and friends. 

Rachelle Boneff, CVT

Rachelle Boneff, CVT graduated from Purdue University in 2017. She earned an AS in Veterinary Technology and a BS of Science. She grew up in Indiana but post grad life led her to Colorado. She enjoys traveling and being outside. In her free time, she enjoys hiking with her dog, Otis, and has recently enjoyed learning to team rope.

Jordan Mau, Assistant

Jordan Mau grew up on the island of Maui, where her love of horses began. She competed in dressage and hunter jumpers and was the trail boss for a ranch on the west side of the island. She then moved to California where she helped start and exercise racehorses. In 2008 she made the move to Colorado to pursue her love for horses. She rode dressage for an Andalusian farm showing, halter breaking, and starting colts under saddle and also started riding horses at a rehab facility in the front range. In her time away from the vet clinic she starts colts, rides horses in rehab as well as going to real estate school to become a realtor and soon veterinary technology school.