Sharon DePauw, DVM, Well Pet Clinic Medical Director
Dr. DePauw originates from upstate New York, where she attended Cornell University to earn both her undergraduate and veterinary degree. She completed an internship in Atlanta, GA then moved to NYC to work in a clinic setting. Dr. DePauw was attracted to shelter work, so moved to Washington, DC, to work at a local humane society. Three years ago, the mountains drew her to Colorado. She worked in Denver at a private practice for 2 years before coming to Well Pet Clinic in April of 2013. She states, “I’m very happy to be involved with an organization and team who is so dedicated to each and every animal that comes through its doors.”
Gail Rapport, DVM, Shelter Medical Director
Dr. Rapport graduated from Michigan State University with a BA in Science and her DVM in 1980. Since that time she practiced in a variety of clinical situations with an emphasis on shelter medicine. Before relocating to Boulder, she was the first Veterinary Officer for the City of Arlington, Texas where she helped open their new shelter facility and start their spay/neuter program. Dr. Rapport has been with Longmont Humane Society since 2012.
Cara Brannigan, DVM, CVA, Well Pet Clinic Veterinarian
In 1999, Dr. Brannigan fulfilled her lifelong dream of becoming a veterinarian when she graduated from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine. She practiced in New Jersey prior to moving to Littleton, Colorado, where she practiced for 10 years. In 2008, she received her veterinary acupuncture certification from Colorado State University. Dr. Brannigan began working at Well Pet Clinic in April 2013. She believes that veterinary practice should include caring for animals and the people who love them.
Tami Carter, DVM, Well Pet Clinic Veterinarian
Dr. Carter grew up in Illinois and moved to Colorado in 1989 to attend Colorado State University. She received her B.S. in Animal Science and then her DVM from CSU in 1997. She practiced small animal medicine in Denver until she moved north and was at Berthoud Animal Hospital for 13 years. Her search to lead a more rewarding and fulfilling experience in helping animals brought her to Longmont Humane Society’s Well Pet Clinic. Dr. Carter’s passion is “working with animals to improve their health while making them feel comfortable, cared for and loved.”
Shelley Finnegan, DVM, Well Pet Clinic Veterinarian
Dr. Finnegan was raised in Northern Virginia and moved to beautiful Colorado for undergraduate studies in biochemistry at CU-Boulder. Upon completion of her DVM from Colorado State University in 2008, she practiced general medicine for 7 years along the Front Range. Her passion for shelter medicine led her to Longmont Humane Society's Well Pet Clinic. Dr. Finnegan is committed to improving the quality of life of every animal she treats and helping clients make informed medical decisions for their beloved pets.