Dr. Martell, DVM
Born and raised in Colorado, Dr. Martell is a proud graduate of Colorado State University. Dr. Martell grew up on a small scale livestock operation where his love of all creatures great and small developed. Dr. Martell’s passion for small animal medicine has been cultivated throughout the years by wonderful mentors and colleagues alike. When not in the clinic, Dr. Martell can be found horseback riding or enjoying outdoor with his wife Kristen and daughter Ramona. Dr. Martell’s family also includes 2 dogs Aspen and Cora.
Dr. Wilson, DVM
Raised in Bend, Oregon, a mountain town in the Pacific Northwest, Dr. Wilson always aspired to become a veterinarian. Dr. Wilson was a division one soccer player and graduated with her Bachelor of Science degree in Anthropology with a minor in Psychology from the University of Idaho in 2014. She finished her pre-veterinary coursework at an Oregon State University satellite campus and later received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2022. To pursue a passion of working with wildlife, she has traveled around the globe and worked with many different species of animals. While at Purdue, she received the Bastien Award, an honor given to senior students exhibiting empathy and exceptional care to hospitalized patients.
Dr. Wilson provides optimal care to her patients as if they were her own. Her diverse experience allows her to view each pet differently and think outside of the box in formulating treatment plans. She believes in a fear free approach to her patients and is passionate about client education, open communication, and teamwork within the hospital. Dr. Wilson’s interests reside in ophthalmology, pain management, behavior, preventative medicine, and soft tissue surgery.
In her free time, Dr. Wilson is an outdoor enthusiast and loves to run, hike with her two dogs (Mia and Rey), spend time in the mountains, and travel.
Dr. Wiles, DVM
Dr. Wiles was raised in Superior and has lived along Colorado’s Front Range most of her life. After an honorable enlistment in the United States Marine Corps, she returned home to earn a bachelor’s in neuroscience from the University of Colorado. She then managed a private forensic toxicology laboratory in Boulder where she testified as an expert witness over 75 times in nearly 20 counties throughout Colorado. In keeping with an enduring passion for animal care, she left forensics to pursue a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree at Colorado State University.
Dr. Wiles believes in fostering the human-animal bond and enjoys empowering pet owners through education. She is a Fear-Free Certified Veterinarian and RECOVER Certified Rescuer (Basic & Advanced Life Support). Her clinical interests include preventative medicine, neurology, endocrinology, and compassionate end-of-life care. Dr. Wiles is also passionate about authentic leadership and building cohesive teams. Outside of work she is a lifelong equestrian who also enjoys gardening, gaming, audiobooks, and spending time with her rescue dogs, mustang, and family.