Dr. Emily Williams

Dr. Emily Williams was born in a suburb of Chicago and moved to Kansas City, KS when she was seven. However, this move only happened after her parents bribed her with a new guinea pig. All of her childhood pets, including the guinea pig, were often patients in her make believe veterinary clinic located in the basement of their house.
With such a passion for animals, it is no surprise that she applied to veterinary school during her last year at the College of the Holy Cross, which is located in Worcester MA. She attended Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine and graduated in the spring of 2012.
She and her husband, Nate, moved to Colorado in 2014 after she practiced small animal medicine in Baltimore for 2 years. Dr. Williams’s veterinary interests include small animal dentistry and oral surgery, soft tissue surgery and internal medicine. In her free time, Dr. Williams enjoys many outdoor activities, including running, biking, swimming and tennis. You can also find her endlessly crafting, sewing and painting.
Dr. Williams and her husband have 4 rescue animals: a sweet, energetic beagle mix and parvo survivor, Addy; a comforting and loveable puppy mill rescue, Sydney; a patient and kind street cat turned housecat, Rita; and a curious and cuddly kitty, Zoey.