Dr. Sally Towner Dr. Towner grew up along the Denver Front Range. Her family had a mini-farm that generated her interest in Veterinary Medicine. She attended Colorado State University, receiving her B.S. in Animal Science. Dr. Towner and her husband, Colin then ventured to Northern California where she received her DVM from University of California- Davis in 1991. After practicing in a large city in California and a small town in Ohio, Dr. Towner and her family came home to Colorado. She opened Erie Animal Hospital in 2001 in a small farm house. Erie Animal Hospital provided a much needed service in the growing town and soon Dr. Towner moved to our present, modern hospital. Dr. Towner's interests in Veterinary Medicine include Alternative Medicine, internal medicine, surgery, dentistry, nutrition, acupuncture and physical rehabilitation. Dr. Towner is Certified in Veterinary Acupuncture and Canine Medical Massage Therapy. She is currently working on receiving her certification in Chinese Herbal Medicine. Dr. Towner is a member of AVMA, AAHA, CVMA, DVMA, IVAS and Longs Peak Veterinary Association. Dr. Towner and her family share their home with their 2 dogs, and 3 cats, and 7 rabbits. She is a project leader for Boulder County 4-H. In her spare time Dr. Towner likes to hike, camp, golf, bike, snowshoe, cross country ski, garden and volunteer for numerous community projects in and around Erie.
Dr. Mike Clements Dr. Clements is a Colorado native who graduated from CSU in 1985. Since that time, he owned and operated his own clinic for many years and also served with the Army Reserve Veterinary Corps. In Afghanistan, he performed a number of services including: cared for the military canines, assisted local towns people with their livestock and performed food inspections. Dr. Clements interests include surgical cases as well as preventative medicine. He enjoys spending his free time with his wife and 4 children.