Amanda A. Cavanagh, DVM, DACVECC, is an assistant professor of small animal emergency and critical care section head of the urgent care service at Colorado State University. She earned her DVM from and completed a residency at North Carolina State University. Dr. Cavanagh has a special interest in traumatology, toxicology, fluid resuscitation, and point of care ultrasonography.
Carlee Fiddes, PSM, BS, AAS, LVT, has been a veterinary nurse for 10 years. She currently works at Colorado State University and Advanced Animal Care of Colorado, and has previously worked in a variety of private and specialty practices. She has developed and implemented protocols for 2 AAHA-accredited facilities and is always scouring research and journal articles for ways to improve practice protocols and team performance.
FUN FACT: Carlee has a passion for helping cat and dog overpopulation problems, and has helped start a 501c3 organization called Amici Cannis based out of Cotacachi, Ecuador. She has also participated in many high-volume spay and neuter programs in North, Central, and South America.