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Experienced Veterinarians in Woodland

Dr. Bulkeley and her beloved horse, "Frequent Flyer"

Dr. Bulkeley and her beloved horse, "Frequent Flyer"

Dr. Laurie A. Bulkeley

Dr. Laurie A. Bulkeley DVM is owner of Yolo Veterinary Clinic, and Dr. Bulkeley received her DVM degree from Colorado State University in 1988. She then worked in Oncology at CSU for 1 year as well as doing relief work in emergency medicine in Denver, Colorado. Dr. Bulkeley spent the next 9 years developing her skills in internal medicine, oncology, surgery and dentistry at Arcadia Small Animal Hospital. In 1997 Dr. Bulkeley relocated to Woodland, California. Her passion and love for animals was so strong, she decided to run and operate her own animal clinic. Dr. Bulkeley purchased Yolo Veterinary Clinic, a well established animal clinic and hospital in Woodland, California. Away from the office, Dr. Bulkeley and her daughter, Katy, enjoy riding and competing in hunter/jumper horseback riding. Dr. Bulkeley also enjoys her time with her extended family including four horses, four dogs, three cats and one rabbit.
Dr. Mark Willett

Dr. Mark Willett

Dr. Mark Willett is originally from the Philadelphia area. He did his undergraduate studies at Cornell University in upstate New York, but moved out to California to go to graduate school at UC Davis, studying ecology. He earned his Master's in Ecology at Davis, doing fieldwork in the rainforests of the remote South Pacific nation of Papua New Guinea.
Dr. Willett went on to go to veterinary school at Davis, graduating in 1997, with an interest in zoo and wildlife medicine. After vet school, he became involved with a project to save the endangered Channel Island fox, a small fox that is found only on islands off the coast of Southern California. He is very happy to say that the foxes are doing well, and are slated to be removed from the Endangered Species list.
Most of Dr. Willett's time is now spent doing small animal medicine, though he still consults with the fox project. He also has an interest in exotic animal medicine, treating rats, snakes and rabbits.

Dr. Kirsten Murphy DVM
Dr. Stephen Ball DVM

Relief veterinarians

Dr. Craig Long DVM ACVR
Dr. Eric Hergessel DVM ACVR

Veterinary ultrasound and radiology

Dr. Rob Runyan DVM

On-call veterinarian.
Robert A. Runyan, DVM, received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of California, Davis in 1989. Dr. Runyan has completed Orthopedic Plating training at Ohio State University in addition to completing a Neurology fellowship at U.C. Davis. Dr. Runyan is certified in the TPLO procedure and is also the Founder and Initial Board Member to the Mercer Veterinary Clinic for the Homeless.