Meet Our Doctors on The Peninsula
Colony Animal Hospital is staffed with a team of two talented veterinary doctors who provide quality veterinary care to dogs, cats, and exotic pets. If you have any questions about our doctors or would like to make an appointment, contact us!
Lisa Holland, DVM
Dr. Holland chose her career path out of a desire to help animals heal and prevent disease. She earned her DVM from Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine in 2000 (she received an Excellence Award that same year), and obtained her MBA from Aspen University in 2016. Dr. Holland is a member of AVMA (acting as political liaison to the local government), APHIS, and the International Association of Pain Management. She has pursued continuing education in general practice as well as shelter medicine, and had the opportunity to present at the VA Academy of Science. She also published research on termites for their academic journal.
Dr. Holland enjoys building strong relationships with her clients and fellow team members--one of her favorite things about working at Colony Animal Hospital is getting to work with our amazing staff!
Caitlin Riggs, DVM
Dr. Riggs is a 2017 graduate of Mississippi State University with a doctorate in Veterinary Medicine. Her veterinary interests include animal behavior and exotic animal medicine. While in vet school, she also pursued aPh.D.D in veterinary science, studying the effect of cyclosporine on the immune system of dogs. She can’t wait to start meeting each of you and learning all about your special pet!
Dr. Riggs has 2 Border Collies – Jess, who is 5 and Tag, who is not quite 2. She competes with Jess in Agility and has begun training Tag to compete as well. While in Mississippi, Dr. Riggs taught Agility classes. Here, she dreams of building her own Agility course at her house.
Greg Piske, DVM
Dr. Greg Piske has always been drawn to medicine and animals, which is what led him to pursue a career in veterinary medicine in the early ‘70s. He earned his DVM from the University of Tennessee in 1980 and became a veterinarian at Colony Animal Hospital in 1983. With his 30+ years of experiences in the field, he loves experiencing the human/animal bond and all of the emotions and quirks that come with it. He also enjoys being in a position that allows him to improve the quality of life, both for pets and their owners.
In addition to his training at the University of Tennessee, Dr. Piske regularly completes continuing education courses in surgery and internal medicine. For many years, he was a Diplomate of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners (ABVP), which means he was a boarded specialist in canine and feline medicine—one of only 13 in the state. To earn the status of an ABVP Diplomate, Dr. Piske undertook additional studies and examination to acquire board certification by the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners. This decision proves his exceptional knowledge and expertise in various animal species. Even though his diplomate status has officially worn out, he still maintains his specialty knowledge in cat and dog care. Additionally, he is involved in several veterinary organizations to include membership in the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA), as well as the local and state associations. He is also a Charter Member of Veterinary Management Group 5 (VMG 5).
Sarah Pound, DVM
Dr. Pound earned her DVM from Purdue University in 2021. She’s passionate about improving the everyday experience between people and their pets, and strengthening the human-animal bond. Outside of work, Dr. Pound enjoys camping, hiking, fishing, reading, and playing with her cats (she and her fiancee have 14 of them!).