Dogs occasionally develop a red eye. The redness may be in the white of the eye, in the clear part of the eye called the cornea, or within the eyeball. There are many causes of a red eye, but all ...View Article
Dr. Wingert was born and raised on a dairy farm in central Nebraska. From his early years of caring for animals, he knew that he wanted to be a veterinarian. He was active in 4-H, showing cattle on the local, regional, state and national levels. After high school, he enrolled at Colorado State University on a Union Pacific Scholarship. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Nutrition. Upon entering veterinary school at CSU, he was going to be a feedlot veterinarian, but because of a stroke of fate, he was offered a small animal internship in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
From then on he felt that working with small animals was more of a challenge. Dr. Wingert practiced two years in Fremont, Nebraska before joining Dr. John Fuhr at Broadview Animal Clinic. He purchased the clinic in 1983 and later constructed a new clinic. This new clinic received the Merit Award by Veterinary Economics for hospitals built during that year in the United States. Dr. Wingert is currently active in the local and state veterinary organizations and continues to love his profession and helping people. Dr. Wingert has always had a commitment to provide affordable health care for animals.
Dr. Davies was born and raised on a cattle ranch in eastern Colorado. He went to CSU and received a degree in Microbiology. Before attending Veterinary school, he worked with Dr. Wingert at Broadview Animal Clinic. After Veterinary school, he came back to Broadview for ten years then later moved to Bay City, Michigan. He spent another nine years in Michigan practicing medicine. After leaving Bay City, he returned to Denver and has been back at Broadview since June of 2005. At home, Dr. Davies enjoys his four dogs, three cats and a snake. He is married and has four children and four grandchildren.
Dr. Rucker was born and raised in small town Kansas. He attended Kansas State University receiving a degree in Animal Science before going on to veterinary school. Dr. Rucker received his DVM in 2003 and moved to Colorado with his wife. He has practiced veterinary medicine in the Denver metro area since 2003 doing both small animal medicine, and equine field service. Dr. Rucker joined Broadview Animal Clinic in the spring of 2011. When he is not working, he enjoys spending time with his wife and two beautiful daughters, as well as reading, landscaping, and skiing when he gets a chance.
Mitch Zale, DVM
Dr. Zale has lived in Colorado since 1975. He graduated from Evergreen High School and attended Colorado State University. He received a Bachelors in Microbiology and a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. He currently lives in Conifer with wife, Lisa, and daughter, Autumn. He has 5 cats and 3 dogs.
Barbara McLucas-Caldwell, DVM
Crystal A. Flores, DVM