Dr. Natalia White graduated with her veterinary degree from Colorado State University in 2009. She spent most of her childhood in Phoenix and received her Bachelor of Science degree from Arizona State University. She was thrilled to move to Northern Colorado over 10 years ago after being accepted into the veterinary medical program. She has always had a love for all animals and knew she wanted to be a veterinarian since elementary school.
Dr. White is the Medical Director at Twin Peaks and believes in providing quality veterinary medicine at a reasonable cost. Her sound medical background and surgery skills are an asset to the clinic. She looks forward to developing new relationships with clients and pets, and treats everyone as if they were a part of her own family. Her favorite part of being a veterinarian is being able improve each pet’s health and see the rewarding bond between pets and their families.
Dr. White enjoys spending time outdoors, camping and hiking, as well as traveling both within the United States and overseas. She and her husband also love to spend time with their cat, Bubba, and three dogs, Charlotte, Zuri and Pip.
Dr. May Cowgill grew up on a small hobby farm in Fruita, Colorado. She received her veterinary technician training through the U.S. Army Reserve while she completed her undergraduate education at Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction. She graduated from Colorado State University’s veterinary medical program in 2011 and has lived on the Front Range ever since. She chose to pursue a career in companion animal medicine because she values the bond between people and their pets and enjoys helping clients make informed decisions about their care. Dr. Cowgill’s main areas of professional interest are internal medicine, soft tissue surgery, and dentistry.
In her free time, Dr. Cowgill enjoys spending time with her family and all things outdoors. She loves traveling, camping, hiking, and water sports. Dr. Cowgill lives in Berthoud with her husband and three children. They share their home with a dog, cat, hamster, and a betta.
Dr. Lisa Roth