Dr. Willer

Dr. Randy WillerRandy Willer received his DVM degree from Iowa State University in 1985. In 1991, he completed a one-year internship at Angell Memorial Animal Hospital in Boston, MA, followed by a three-year small animal surgical residency at Colorado State University. Shortly after, he became a board-certified surgeon and a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons (ACVS).  In addition to his vast hands-on surgical experience, Dr. Willer has earned an MBA and has founded or co-founded multiple successful veterinary specialty hospitals along the Front Range. In 2010, Dr. Willer started a mobile surgical practice in the Denver metro area and Northern Colorado (Front Range Mobile Surgical Specialists).

Dr. Willer is proud to be a co-founder of Royal Vista Veterinary Specialists and is excited to offer surgical consultations and services as part of the team at RVVS. Through his many endeavors in veterinary medicine, he has gained a firsthand appreciation of the importance of the roles and relationships between clients, their pets, referring veterinarians, and veterinary specialists. His goal is to deliver the smoothest, most comprehensive experience for everyone.

When not dedicating himself to the care of animals, Dr. Willer enjoys spending time outdoors and travelling with his family.  He is very proud of his amazingly athletic and highly academic daughters.  Dr. Willer has two cats, Massio and Milky and hopes to add a new puppy to the family sometime soon to grow up with his new baby daughter.


Dr. Keesling

Dr. Kara KeeslingDr. Kara Keesling graduated from Colorado State University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1993. During her twenty-two year tenure as a veterinarian, Dr. Keesling can confidently say that she continues to be stimulated by veterinary medicine and has never been bored! Her professional experience includes small animal and equine medicine and surgery, acupuncture, canine rehabilitation, advanced diagnostic imaging, regenerative medicine, practice ownership and business administration. At Royal Vista Veterinary Specialists, Dr. Keesling is excited to fuel her passion for canine neurological and orthopedic problems by offering one of the most promising, revolutionary medical treatments available for pets today – stem cell therapy.

Dr. Keesling describes her clinical philosophy as integrative and interactive. She prefers to synergistically utilize progressive conventional and complimentary medical services to facilitate healing. Dr. Keesling feels privileged to support the strong bond between her animal patients and their human companions through advanced veterinary healthcare. Dr. Keesling’s commitment to animals as an advocate, veterinarian, and facilitator of well-rounded service provision, can be summed up in her stated goal to simply “do what is right” for her patients in all stages of their health care.

Dr. Keesling’s personal interests include service work in developing countries, traveling, cycling, fly-fishing, backpacking, yoga, and anything outdoors! Above all, she enjoys spending time with her three children, who amaze her on a daily basis! Dr. Keesling’s family members also include Beast, a crazed Terrier that many agree is about as intelligent as most members of the US Congress, Thor, a mighty Chinchilla, Duck Limit the Quarter Horse that is a great listener and holds the family secrets, Frank, an awesome feline that received his name in memory of the kindest man Dr. Keesling has ever encountered and a new, feline addition, Notorious “G”, that is just finding where he fits in the animal menagerie.


Dr. Van Camp

Dr. Sandy Van Camp completed her DVM at the University of Missouri in 1995.  She then went to practice at a small animal hospital in New Jersey for a year before starting a Radiology Residency at North Carolina State University in 1996.  After completing her residency she moved to Colorado in 1999 and began working at the Colorado State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital part time. The rest of her time was spent building a mobile ultrasound practice in Northern Colorado.

In 2008 she left CSU to dedicate all her time to the mobile ultrasound practice. Dr. Van Camp loves all aspects of imaging but her favorite modalities are ultrasound and radiology.  She has been a diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Radiology since 2001.

 Dr. Berndt

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Dr. Berndt was accepted into the Professional Veterinary Medical Program at Colorado State University and received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 1999. She unnamed (1)began practicing emergency and critical care medicine in Alexandria, VA and for the past 18 years has worked in a veterinary emergency setting. Her professional interests include surgical emergencies, and toxicologic emergencies, as well as hospice care. Emergency medicine has always been her career


Dr. Berndt’s goal at RVVS is to diagnose and treat medical pet emergencies and coordinate those emergencies with the loving and caring staff of internal

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medicine doctors, radiologist, and surgical specialists. This way RVVS has a well rounded medical treatment plan for your beloved pet.

Dr. Berndt enjoys a home in the Loveland community with her family. She loves the Colorado outdoors, including riding her motorcycle, hiking, traveling, and peace and tranquility that nature has to offer.


Dr. Talaat

Dr. Talaat graduated from North Carolia State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 2002. She when on to complete a small animal internship at Purdue University followed by a small animal surgical residency at Tufts University’s Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine and Angell Animal Medical Center in Boston, MA. Following residency she founded the surgery department at Tufts University’s satellite veterinary specialty hospital, Tufts VETS. She worked in the Washington DC area, Dever, and Toronto prior to joining Royal Vista. As a board certified small animal veterinary surgeon, she enjoys all aspects of small animal surgery, both soft tissue and orthopedic, but has a special interest in oncologist surgery. Excited to be back in Colorado, Dr. Talaat enjoys hiking with her goofy Greater Swiss Mountain Dog, baking, and traveling.