Highly Experienced and Committed Veterinarians

logo-aahaPets on Broadway is committed to providing pet owners with the peace of mind they deserve. Our doctors have undergone years of training. They can handle all the various medical conditions pets suffer from. The Pets on Broadway team includes a skilled orthopedic surgeon, a leading veterinary dentist, and a board-certified radiologist to make sure your pets are sufficiently taken care of and have access to high quality veterinary care. Whether your pet needs a routine check-up or a major surgery, you can count on Pets on Broadway to deliver expertise, excellence and outstanding care every single time.

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Dr. Sheryl Scolnick

Sheryl wanted to be a vet by the age of two, but had to wait a little longer to graduate from Ontario Veterinary College in 1988. She went on to practice in Canada for the next few years. While her areas of special interest are Dermatology, Alternative Medicine, and Acupuncture, she works with a variety of cases and has a great interest in internal medicine. She is an active member of different associations of Denver veterinarians and national organizations (IVAS, AAVA, AAVD, DAVMS). Her companion animals include her horses, Trout and Tiki, and 2 dogs: Lennex “Lenny” a Boxer, and Lucy a Labrador Retriever.
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Dr. Cortney Walderbach

Cortney grew up just outside of Los Angeles, California. She has wanted to be a veterinarian for as long as she can remember. She graudated from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2010. She moved to Denver in 2011 with her family. She practiced in a large corporate practice for a short time before settling at Pets on Broadway. She works part time and spends the rest of her time with her two young children. Her furry family consists of Murphy, a Golden Retriever mix adopted from Freedom Service Dogs, Cora, a Dalmatian adopted from Dalmatian Rescue of Colorado, Caribelle, a Siamese mix found in St Kitts, and Mario, an orange tabby adopted from Every Creature Counts.

Dr. Scott Morgan

Originally from Michigan, Scott has called Colorado home for 24 years.  Scott graduated from Colorado State Veterinary School in 2004 and has been practicing small animal medicine in the Denver area since.  Scott enjoys surgery and ophthalmology but primarily enjoys providing comfort and care for patients in all aspects of veterinary medicine.  Scott is a volunteer spay/neuter surgeon for local and international spay/neuter charities.  When not caring for patients, Scott enjoys playing and coaching ice hockey, riding mountain bikes and motorcycles, playing guitar and spending time with his 2 sons and 3 dogs.