Brian Woodward DVM
Born in Palo Alto, California, but raised in Pennsylvania. Like a lot of
young people, I could not make up my mind what I wanted to do with my life,
and as a result received graduate degrees before entering veterinary
school. After graduating from the University of Pennsylvania School of
Veterinary Medicine, I practiced small, mixed, exotic, and zoological
medicine in Pennsylvania from 1975 until 2002, during which time I acted as
the Pennsylvania State Game Protection rehabilitation veterinarian, and
also established a federal licensed raptor rehabilitation center.
We raised our four wonderful children in rural areas of Pennsylvania while
I was involved in practicing medicine. In 202 I left Pennsylvania to travel
to Southern California, where I practiced veterinary medicine for another
14 years prior to moving to Boulder, Colorado to be with three of my
children and seven of my grandchildren.
Although I retired in 2017, I decided to return to the profession that has
provided a challenge and joy for so many years. My goal is to continue
providing my best to the communities and animals that I serve, continue to
ride my bicycles, and enjoy all of these special times with my growing
Born in Long Beach, California I was moved to Colorado as a very small
child and have never wanted to leave. I graduated from Bel-rea institute in
2018 and while I am a newly graduated technician I have been working with
animals for the past 4 years. My passion is to travel but I will always
return back to this amazing state. I spend my free time taking care of my 3
dogs, and 2 cats and going out hiking with my boyfriend.
Born and raised outside of Detroit, Michigan, I moved to Boulder, Colorado
in 2013. I enjoy working with animals and in my spare time, I love spending
time with my husband and pug.
As a Colorado native I have enjoyed my time working in the animal industry.
It brings joy to be to be able to help animals in any way possible. I enjoy
being active with my bull dog mix hiking and going to the dog park.