Dr. Targoff, DVM
Dr. Targoff is a Colorado native. Born and raised in the Arvada/Westmister area until venturing off to college at Colorado State University for his undergraduate degree in Chemistry and his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Targoff loves everything about veterinary medicine but has particular interest in pain management, exotics (especially reptiles) and dentistry. Dr. Targoff got his certificate in Veterinary Medical Acupuncture while in veterinary school and has been using acupuncture to help all critters with pain, neurologic disorders and a myriad of other ailments and diseases for the past 6 years. When not helping pets, he enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, hiking, music, and brewing beer.
Dr. Harver, DVM
Dr. Wildmann, DVM
Dr. Wildmann is originally from Memphis, Tennessee. She attended the University of Memphis where she received her Bachelor’s of Science before attending veterinary school at the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine. After graduating, she elected to pursue additional training in emergency medicine, avian/exotics medicine, and zoo medicine for a year in Tucson, Arizona. She then moved to Denver Colorado to continue her career and enjoy the outdoors. Her veterinary interests include soft tissue surgery, nutrition, emergency medicine, and preventative medicine. She has also been involved in research and has published in the Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Disease. In her free time, she is actively involved in the community, with an emphasis on spay/neuter services and providing veterinary care to underserved communities both locally and internationally. She enjoys rock climbing, hiking, trail running, and spending time with all of her furry creatures, including one dogs, two cats, and two guinea pigs.