Our Staff

Vision Statement: Colorado CPR & AED is a dedicated professional team that has an innovative approach to teaching both K9 and Human CPR. We create an interactive environment that allows individuals to have hands on experience that can make a difference between life and death.

We use top of the line manikins that speed up the learning process. At Colorado CPR and AED we’ll ensure that learning CPR will be “FUN” and “EASY” in the comfort of your home or business Our staff consists of Firefighters, Paramedics, and EMT Basics all who are AHA certified instructors’, who bring real life experiences into the classroom.   

Eric Roth,  Owner of Colorado CPR and AED. Eric grew up in Colorado and has been working in the fire service for over 20 years. He currently works as Paramedic and dedicates much of his life to education. He holds a facility position with American Heart Association and teaches Advanced Cardiac Life Support and Pediatric Life Support.


Dan Ponce

Dan is the lead Paramedic K9 trainer. Dan has been in the fire service for over 24 years and he brings with him a love and passion for dogs.


Ryan Alexander

Ryan currently works as a ER technician and holds a position with Southeast Weld County Fire Protection Service. Ryan teaches American Heart First-Aid and CPR.


Chris Harrington

Chris works as a Firefighter as a Emergency Medical Technician. Chris teaches American Heart Association  CPR and First-Aid.

The 5 Diablo’s

From left to right you have Larry, Curly, Moe, Rudy and Champ is front center. These 5 K9 CPR manikins teach the importance of compressions during CPR. Their favorite part of the class is teaching students “Mouth to Snout”



Clyde is one of the stars of the class as he has all moveable joints. He is proud to display common landmarks and is used to show students how to carry him in a K9 cot. Clyde also sheds to give the student a real life experience.



Poncho offers his calm demeanor to teach students the art of bandaging tails, ears and how to do a tail wrap. His favorite food is tacos.



Yukons specialty is trauma. He teaches students how to handle impaled objects and  has been saved by students learning the heimlich maneuver for many times over.



Bones has seen better days but likes to hang around to show students what not to do.