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Dr. Katie Weldon
Owner and Veterinarian
Dr. Katie Weldon, VMD has been practicing veterinary medicine for over 18 years in the Reno-Sparks area since receiving her degree from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in May of 1995. Dr. Weldon has worked on many different animals both large and small, domestic and exotic. She has even performed dentistry on a tiger who had an appetite for car tires!
Dr. Weldon enjoys general medicine and takes great pleasure in watching a young puppy or kitten grow up to be a healthy dog or cat. Ferrets and rabbits have proven to be a fun specialty for her, while surgery remains one of her greatest interests.
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Dr. Lori Burnham graduated from Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1994 and went on to complete an internship in small animal medicine and surgery at Michigan State University. She has worked for many years in private practice in Torrance, California and San Jose, California. During her time off, she enjoys reading, running, the beach (she grew up in Hawaii) and spending time with her family which include her dog, Katie, her cat, Marilyn, and a leopard gecko, Goldie. She hopes to run the Honolulu Marathon someday.
Dr. Sandra L. Carroll
Dr. Carroll relocated to Nevada from Wisconsin in the fall of 2017. She graduated from Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1988. She started her career in Hawaii at the Animal Quarantine Station. Since that time she has practiced small animal medicine and surgery. She became interested in complementary therapies and has attended the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society's course in basic acupuncture and Chi Institute's course in advanced acupuncture. Certification in veterinary acupuncture is pending. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her family and her two golden retrievers. She also likes gardening, sewing, and doing other crafty things.
Dr. James Lane
Since graduating from the School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of California at Davis, and two years of post-doctoral study at the College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University, Dr. Lane worked in small animal practices in Southern California, the East Bay, where he met his wife, and Humboldt County, California. In 1987, he and his family moved to Incline Village, where he practiced for 29 years. Since then, he has enjoyed his semi-retirement by traveling, spending time with his two children, who live in Reno, and filling in part-time at several veterinary practices in Northern Nevada. Missing the contact of seeing the same clients and patients on a regular basis, he will be working regularly at Mount Rose Animal Hospital. In his spare time, he enjoys combining his hobbies of photography and bird watching, and possibly getting sheep some day to give his 10 year old Border Collie something to do.