our veterinarians

Our staff holds themselves to the highest standards, keeps up to date in the latest technology and ensures we do what we can to help you and your pet with all your animal healthcare needs.

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Dr. Kay
Dr. Clint Kay owner & medical director of south boulder animal hospital

A 1990 graduate of Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Kay received his undergraduate Bachelor of Arts in Zoology at the University of Montana. His interests include small animal medicine, general surgery and dentistry and he is a member of the AVMA, Colorado VMA and the Denver Area Veterinary Medical Association. He is passionate about the care of animals and spent his childhood shadowing his veterinarian father. He volunteers his time with multiple animal shelters and rescue groups, service dogs for children with diabetes, and sponsors a tiger named Sheeba at the Wild Animal Sanctuary. Dr. Kay lives in Boulder with his twin daughters, Freckles his dog, and cats Petra and Parker. He is an avid skier, outdoorsman, world traveler, reader, meditator, and loves all that Boulder and Colorado offer!

Dr. Watrous
Dr. Kendra Fryburg Associate Veterinarian

“When I look into the eyes of an animal I do not see an animal. I see a living being. I see a friend. I see a soul.”  - A.D. Williams

Dr. Fryburg earned her BS degree in Animal Science at the University of Kentucky in 1999 and her degree in Veterinary Medicine from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2003. Her areas of interest include geriatrics, hospice care, nutrition and non-traditional modalities such as acupuncture, chiropractic care, laser therapy, and therapeutic grade essential oils. She is a certified veterinary acupuncturist using a Traditional Chinese (TCVM) approach, has also taken Reiki Levels 1 and 2, and become a certified Bodytalk practitioner. Dr. Fryburg values the importance in educating her clients about what’s best for their companions, and including them in the diagnostic and treatment plan for their animals. She understands and appreciates the human-animal bond. She believes animals have so much to teach us if we are just willing to listen.  In her spare time Dr. Fryburg relaxes through meditation, yoga, music, salsa dancing, and outdoor activities such as hiking, camping, and photography. She enjoys staying active and spending time with friends and family.

Dr. Leberl
Dr. Maike Leberl Associate Veterinarian

Dr. Maike “Micah” Leberl is the newest addition to the SoBo Animal Hospital family. A Boulder, Colorado native, she finished high school abroad and studied veterinary medicine in Vienna, Austria. While pursuing a PhD, Dr. Leberl spent her weekends working as a relief veterinarian in large animal medicine. In 2010, Dr Leberl returned to the U.S. and worked for both NYU and CU, before volunteering on CSU’s Livestock Medicine Service. In the process of getting her veterinary degree accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association, she spent 6 months at LSU in Baton Rouge, then attained her North American license in 2014. Dr. Leberl believes in thorough client communication and education, and is interested in both soft tissue surgery and dental care. She believes very strongly in preventative care for our small animal patients and allowing guardians to make informed decisions for their furry family members. Her spare time is spent almost exclusively outdoors, anywhere in the local mountains, no matter the weather. Her home is run by DeeDee, the rescued hound from Mexico; the cats Mietze, Mocca (the most senior and from Austria), Obnixilous (with the stress bladder); the occasional foster dog (currently Lily the red heeler); and, up until recently, Sirius, the majestic Pyrenees mix.

Dr. Watrous
Dr. Terry E. Watrous Associate Veterinarian

After receiving his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Colorado State University, he completed an internship in advanced surgery and internal medicine through the University of Saskatchewan in Canada. Dr. Terry Watrous is a Utah native but has called Colorado home for 27 years. Dr. Watrous is a member of the International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management and also does volunteer work with the American Cancer Society. Dr. Watrous shares his Broomfield home with 4 special cats: Mr. Big, One-eyed Jack, Zip, & Kiki, and two Catahoula Leopard dogs, Sadie and Tupelo.

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