South Mesa Veterinary Hospital

Dr. Debra Davison

Dr. Debra Davison was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. She received her undergraduate degrees at California State University Chico in Economics and History. She has lived in Colorado for the past 15 years. She is a 2008 graduate from Colorado State University’s Veterinary School where she also received her Master’s in Cell and Molecular Biology in 2007.

Her masters focused on stem cell research and its application in cancer treatment. She entered private practice working in Longmont, CO. She then joined South Mesa in January of 2014 to do both general practice and to help with reproduction services. While she enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine she is drawn to reproduction, surgery, oncology and internal medicine.

Dr. Davison lives in Fort Collins with her husband, child, three dogs and two gerbils.

These team members have the important job of making sure that our clients are taken care of, whether it is scheduling an appointment, making reminder calls, assisting with food and prescription orders, or handling any concerns or questions that clients may have. These staff members take great pride in providing excellent service and care to our clients and their pets.

Certified Veterinary Technicians
At South Mesa, we have several Certified Technicians on staff, most of whom have worked in the field for over ten years. They have achieved certification through intense education and training with continued education throughout their careers. They are responsible for all aspects of patient care, including anesthesia monitoring and recovery, treatment of hospitalized patients, performing laboratory tests, taking x-rays, and assisting doctors with exams and procedures. These technicians are an integral part of our team, and their skills allow our doctors to practice the highest quality of medicine.

Veterinary Assistants
These team members are a diverse group of people who have the common bond of a love for animals and a desire to work in the veterinary field. At South Mesa, our veterinary and technician assistants are responsible for assisting with animal handling, walking and feeding hospitalized pets, maintaining equipment, and helping other team members wherever they are needed. We truly value these staff members for their compassion and dedication to animals.