In this episode, Just Add Dogs Host, Lindsay Eland, talks with one of her own veterinarians, Dr. Caroline Cervelli! Together, they talk about the roles of veterinarians in the lives of our furry bffs, the collaboration between rescues and vets and how to help love our furry friends so much we’re seen as crazy--the perfect kind of crazy, that is!
Here is a bit more about Dr. Cervelli:
Dr. Caroline Cervelli grew up in Wyomissing, Pennsylvania, and moved to Colorado as soon as she could in 2005. She obtained her bachelor's degree in Biological Science, Master's Degree in Biomedical Sciences, and her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine all from Colorado State University. Dr. Caroline has a passion for preventative medicine, dentistry, and surgery.
She is devoted to providing the best care for every pet, every visit because pets deserve nothing less.
Caroline moved from Fort Collins to Breckenridge in July 2018 and lives with her significant other--Christopher Miller, a hockey coach and Director of Summit Youth Hockey up here in Summit County. They have an Aussie Malamute mix named Storm and in her free time (when she does have free time) she enjoys backpacking, snowboarding, skiing, paddle boarding, mountain biking, traveling, horseback riding, and traveling in a converted sprinter camper van named Hutchins.
Dr. Caroline picked the rescue this week! It’s our shelter up here in Summit County Colorado!
To learn more about their adoptable dogs and to donate, visit them at www.summitcountyco.gov/877/Animal-Available-for-Adoption and on Instagram at @summitcountyanimalshelter.
To read the complete transcript of this podcast, click the link below! The transcription was done by the amazing, Duran Williams.