Years of running, jumping and walking take a toll on your pet's joints. When your once energetic cat or dog starts to slows down or appears to be in pain, osteoarthritis may be to blame. The disea ...View Article
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Dr. Weber graduated from Brigham Young University ('99) with a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science. For her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree, she started at Ross University in St. Kitts and then finished her clinical studies at the University of Minnesota Veterinary School ('02). Her interests include ultrasound imaging and dermatology. During her summer months at BYU, Dr. Weber worked at a dairy farm in Payson and at the BYU dairy farm. She also spent a summer working at the Hogle Zoo. She lives in Draper, Utah, with her two children, Audrey and James, her husband Carl their cat, Kit Kat, and a Bull Terrier, Diver. Audrey and James love to come to the clinic and visit the dogs and cats, especially the puppies. In her free time Dr. Weber likes to scuba dive, ski, read, cook, and hike.
Dr. McCarthy graduated from University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. McCarthy comes to us from Banfield Veterinary Clinic in American Fork where she has been working for the past two years. Her interest of veterinary medicine is soft tissue surgery, dentistry, and geriatric life care. She is married, husband's name is John, has three cats (Q, Keira, Khloe) and a lab mix named Dexter. Dr. McCarthy loves to travel, mostly visiting our great National Parks, hiking and camping. She also loves to be with family and friends as well as spending time gardening and watching football.