Our Veterinarians

Dr. Nicholls

Dr. Nicholls, DVM

Dr. Nicholls grew up on a farm in Wyoming and spent her youth showing horses in 4-H, helping with her family’s cattle, and taking advantage of all that a rural lifestyle has to offer. She attended Colorado State University, obtaining a bachelor’s degree in Equine Sciences in 2009 and graduating as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 2013. After graduation she returned to Wyoming, working in rural mixed animal practice before transitioning to small animal practice. She moved back to Colorado in 2017 to work in small animal practice and joined the team at Berthoud Animal Hospital in November 2019. Her professional interests include soft tissue surgery, internal medicine, and preventative care. 

Outside of veterinary medicine, Pam enjoys spending time with her husband, Corey, and their furry family, which consists of four dogs and two cats. She enjoys traveling, reading, and outdoor activities, especially camping, hiking, and gardening. 

Dr. Noto, DVM

Dr. Noto grew up outside of New Orleans, Louisiana before moving to Starkville, Mississippi for college. He is an alumnus of Mississippi State University completing his Bachelor of Science degrees in Wildlife, Fisheries, and Aquaculture and Biological Sciences in 2016. He graduated from Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine with his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 2021. Dr. Noto attended the Veterinary Leadership Experience and an externship at the Smithsonian National Zoo along with other exotic externships before completing veterinary school. Dr. Noto is passionate about client education and inspiring the next generation of veterinarians, especially when it comes to exotics and wildlife. His professional interest include exotic medicine, anesthesia, and internal medicine. Outside of work he enjoys cooking, wildlife photography, birding, plant identification, and watching sports. Dr. Noto has a 5 year old dog named Nutella, a 16 year old Chihuahua named Roxie, a 12 year old cherry head redfoot tortoise names Orlando, a 8 year old Kenyan Sand boa named Wakali, and a 5 year old ivory ball python named Tusk.

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.

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