After returning to Fort Collins in 2006 she worked at many veterinary practices along the Front Range and at area shelters as a relief veterinarian. In 2012, she decided to take the big step and start her own practice. She loves working in the same community that she and her family live in.
"My main goal is to create a warm and inviting practice where the staff, clients, and pets feel at home while keeping the prices affordable for families."
When she is not at the hospital she enjoys mountain biking, skiing, going to the gym and spending time with her friends and family including her pets - a rescue pup named Mirida and her two cats Griffin and Princess Buttercup (PB).
Taylor has been with FRAH since she graduated - growing and developing her technical skills. She feels called to help and care for animals and takes great pride in her work.
She has a gentle disposition that puts animals and there parents at ease. When not at the hospital Taylor loves to cook, spend time with her significant other and there adorable Pekinese Mix Clover, and exploring all that NoCo has to offer.
She loves helping clients make the best decisions for there beloved pets. " I am very passionate about strengthening the client/animal bond and feel the best way to do that is to make sure our clients are educated and committed to preventing disease and illness in there pets..."
When she is not at the hospital she is being a wife to her husband Andrew and mom to her young daughter Clara and their Wirehaired Pointing Griffon Dexter. She enjoys spending quality time with friends and family, exploring new places, and a good glass of wine.