Meet Our Team
We’re dedicated to your pet’s health.
Thank you for allowing us to care for your pet.
Inspirada Animal Hospital officially opened June 30th, 2016. Since opening our doors, our family has grown with you as our community has grown. We have also extended our business hours and added two groomers to accommodate your pet family’s needs. We are committed to providing the best possible pet health care and customer service in the Las Vegas/Henderson communities.
Dr. Robert Loose
Head Veterinarian, Practice Manager
Dr. Loose is originally from the quaint town of Deland, Florida. From a young age, he knew he wanted to be a veterinarian as caring for animals was his greatest passion, and science his biggest interest.
He attended the University of Florida for his undergraduate degrees in biology and business and North Carolina State University for veterinary school where he graduated with distinction in anesthesia. His professional interests include chronic pain management, anesthesia, and orthopedics.
Dr. Loose spends his home time with his four cats Benny, Cheetah, Nugget, and Persia and spends his free time outdoors hiking, snowboarding, or golfing.
Dr. Amanda Hayes
Dr. Hayes is from El Reno, Oklahoma where she grew up surrounded by animals on her family’s farm and her first word was “Kitty!”. Her passion for animals flourished as a child as she cared for the orphaned animals on the farm.
She attended the University of Oklahoma for her undergraduate degrees in microbiology and chemistry, and then Oklahoma State University for veterinary school where she dedicated her time to a kitten only shelter. Dr. Hayes is certified as a Fear Free practitioner and her professional interests include behavior, nutrition, and feline medicine.
She has four cats Tonks, Remus, Honey, and Fai and an axolotl Newt. She enjoys her free time painting, reading, museum exploring, and wildlife spotting.
Dr. Kortney Regan
Dr. Regan is originally from San Diego, California and spent nearly every weekend growing up at the San Diego Zoo. The animals piqued her interest and fostered her knowledge of animal care and conservation. This continued through her dedicated work with the local Humane Society.
She attended San Diego State University for her undergraduate degree in biology and Ross University for her veterinary school. Her professional interests include soft tissue surgery and preventative care.
Dr. Regan has one dog, Jessie, and 2 cats, Sabre and Ozzie. In her free time, she enjoys camping, volleyball, and going to nearby lakes and California beach.
Dr. Angelina Colletti
Dr. Pamela Abe
Dr. Abe was born and raised in Lima, Peru to Japanese parents. She is the oldest of two siblings. Dr. Abe came to the US at a younger age obtaining her undergraduate degree at Rutgers University in New Jersey and majoring in Animal Science and Biology. She went on to graduate from Oklahoma State University where she obtained her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine.
Dr. Abe grew up surrounded by animals from chickens and turtles, to dogs and cats. At a young age she felt a strong bond to animals and with the combined passion from her mother being a human nurse, Dr. Abe began to understand medicine and its connection to animals.
Her areas of interest include Internal medicine and surgery, but she continuously raises the bar by keeping up with the advancements in medicine, surgical skills, and continued education.
Dr. Abe has two dogs! Enzo is a chihuahua she adopted from New Jersey and Griffin is a pit/boxer mix she adopted from Oklahoma.
During her spare time, you will find her spending time with family and friends, traveling, trying new restaurants and singing karaoke.
Dr. Heather Koch
Dr. Koch is from the small town of Cresskill, New Jersey where she began her veterinary career at 16 years old. While working alongside her older sister, a licensed veterinary technician in New York State, she developed great compassion for animals and their well-being.
She attended Rowan University for her undergraduate degree in biology and obtained her doctorate in veterinary medicine at Ross University. Her professional interests are geriatric care, cardiology, and soft tissue surgery.
Dr. Koch has an albino rabbit, Ezzy, that she rescued from being a food rabbit in St. Kitts. She grew up with Dobermans and plans to adopt older ones later in life. In her spare time, she enjoys road trips, weight lifting, watching sports, and eating.
Dr. Jack Gamble
Dr. Gamble was born on Long Island in the town of Huntington, NY. Although Dr. Gamble was raised by two Board-Certified veterinarians, it was not until he worked as a veterinarian assistant at a local animal hospital while at Stony Brook University that he discovered that his love for animals was his life’s passion.
After completing his Bachelor’s in Biology he then moved to the island of St. Kitts where he attended Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine. He completed his DVM following a year of clinical studies at Colorado State University. Dr. Gamble relocated to Las Vegas with his island cat Shaia who he rescued from the streets of St. Kitts, along with his girlfriend’s island dogs Mosbey and Archie.
In his free time, Dr. Gamble enjoys traveling, attending music concerts, and snowboarding. Dr. Gamble’s special interests include surgery, dermatology, and physical therapy/rehabilitation.
Dr. Brandi Clark
Dr. Clark was born in Tampa, Florida but considers Raleigh, North Carolina her home. Dr. Clark is a first-generation college student who received dual degrees in Biology and Wildlife Biology at Lees-McRae College. Dr. Clark continued her studies and received her doctorate from North Carolina State University. Throughout her studies, she dedicated her free time to wildlife rehabilitation.
Dr. Clark is Fear-Free Certified and her areas of interest include feline medicine, pharmacology, soft tissue surgery, and critical care.
During her spare time, Dr. Clark enjoys spending time with the two loves of her life, her two cats: Gracie, the talkative toritishell; and Grant, the committed cuddler. She also enjoys reading science fiction books, running, working out, and visiting all the national parks she can.
Dr. Kayli Gilchrist
Dr. Gilchrist was born and raised in Arlington, Texas. She attended the University of Arkansas where she obtained her degree in Animal Science and became a diehard razorback fan. She then went on to receive her DVM from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine
She got her first pet at the age of 4, a cat named Rolly Polly, and from there she became enveloped in the strong bond that humans and animals have together. Rolly Polly lived to be one week shy of 22 years old and drives Dr. Gilchrist’s professional interest in helping families keep their furry family members happy and healthy for as long as possible!
She has two orange cats at home – Oliver, and Cricket. In her free time, she likes to read, explore new outdoor adventures, and dine at local restaurants.