Dr. Angela Everett was born and raised in sunny Southern California. She started her undergraduate work as math major because she loves logic and it came naturally to her in school. During her third year, however, she found herself missing the connection to animals and people and started volunteering at local animal shelters and rescues.
It was there that Dr. Everett found her true calling and shifted her undergraduate degree to pursue veterinary medicine. She received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine, the top veterinary school in the world.
Gravy and Mango, her two tabby cats are the loves of her life. Gravy knows how to sit and high five on command and Mango plays fetch. Angela decided early on that Colorado would be her new home and after she was courted by several clinics, she accepted an offer from the Animal Care Center of Castle Pines and couldn’t be happier.
Angela’s journey into veterinary medicine started with a simple love for animals but quickly grew to be so much more. In addition to her love for animals, she discovered her passion for blending the art of medicine with the unique strength and beauty of the human-animal bond. She feels very fortunate to be a part of such a rewarding profession.
Dr. Everett’s core philosophy is a partnership between her and the pet parents she works with, and believes that there is no ‘one size fits all’ plan for every pet. She takes the time and effort to provide the best care for each individual pet in their unique environment.
Angela elected to participate in two externships specifically focused on dermatology and created her own rotation at UC Davis for Dermatopathology, which is the study of skin and mass biopsies. During that time she developed a strong professional interest and expertise in dermatology. Dr. Everett continues to spend her off hours doing extra training in the management of chronic skin disease and recently traveled to Bordeaux, France to attend the 8th World Congress of Veterinary Dermatology, which is the largest veterinary dermatology meeting in the world.
Dr. Everett also has special interests in preventative medicine, anesthesia, and radiology. She is a champion for decreasing patient stress at the veterinary hospital. She utilizes low-stress and friendly handling techniques to make her patients as comfortable as possible. For some pets, going to the veterinarian can be scary, but it doesn’t have to be!
When she’s not practicing medicine, she loves trail running and spending time outdoors in our beautiful state.