Our Compassionate Team at Airport Pet Clinic
Dr. Carolyn FosterVeterinarian
Dr. Foster graduated in 2008 from Western University of Health Sciences. Her interests include small animals and some exotics. Dr. Foster enjoys being a general practitioner because of the diverse cases, you get to see a little of everything. Dr. Foster has lived in the area since 1990 and has a son and daughter which keep her busy when not working. Pets in the Foster family include Mr. Bends, a cat, and Gumball the guinea pig.
Dr. Nicole FitzgeraldVeterinarian
Nicole Fitzgerald grew up in Roseville and went to college at UC Santa Barbara followed by UC Davis Veterinary School. She enjoys educating clients on preventative care for their furry family members to ensure they live long healthy happy lives. Being a general practitioner allows her the joy of caring for pets spanning their entire lifetime with your family and seeing diverse cases from dermatology to internal medicine. She finds it very rewarding tailoring care for geriatric patients to improve their quality of life as they age. She moved to Cameron Park 4 years ago with her husband, their 2 children, and her mother all of which have enjoyed becoming a part of this great community. She has 2 cats Daisy and Missy and 2 dogs Teddy- Spaghetti and Ozzie that also fill her home with plenty of love and excitement. When not at the clinic she enjoys traveling with her family camping and fishing.
Dr. Jennifer WangVeterinarian
- Education: Graduated form UC Berkeley with a BA in Anthropology and Integrative Biology. Graduated from Ross University, School of Veterinary Medicine in 2007, clinical year at University of Wisconsin, Madison. Internship and Residency at VCA Encina Veterinary Medical Center.
- Professional Interests: Gastrointestinal disease, renal and liver disease.
- Personal Interests: Hiking, mountain biking, cooking, and exploring the world.
- Professional Organizations: AVMA, CCVMA
Veterinary medicine is a field that has always interested me. Even though it can be very challenging and complex, the ultimate reward is the satisfaction of helping the animals as well as their people.
Dr. Justin Uhl, DVM, MS, DACVS-SAVeterinarian/Surgeon
Dr. Justin Uhl graduated with a bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Davis in 2002. He went on to complete a Master’s Degree in comparative pathology with emphasis in bone biomechanics in 2008 and completed his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degree in 2010.
After graduating from veterinary school, Dr. Uhl pursued a rotating internship followed by a surgery residency at the University of Minnesota. During his residency he served for two years as chief resident and sat on the medical review board at the hospital. He finished his residency in July of 2014 and worked in private practice in Sacramento before starting Summit Veterinary Surgery Service in May of 2018. Dr. Uhl is trained in orthopedic, neurologic, soft tissue and minimally invasive procedures.
Dr. Justin Uhl has multiple publications in bone plate research, bladder stone trends, temporal lobe epilepsy and osteosarcoma chemotherapy. He has also done research in the areas of interlocking nails and cranial cruciate ligament disease. He has spoken at many continuing education events and is a reviewer for the Veterinary Surgery journal and the Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association. He sits on the ACVS continuing education committee. He is a member of the Veterinary Orthopedic Society and Veterinary Society of Surgical Onocology.
When not in the hospital Dr. Uhl enjoys spending time with his wife Tracy and daughters Haley and Madison. He also enjoys spending time running, biking, and swimming and has three dogs and one cat at home.
Dr. Terri Burley (retired)Veterinarian/Surgeon
Dr. Burley is the previous owner of APC and has been with the clinic since November of 1990. She is a Navy Graduate and retired in California. She went to college at a local college and then to UC Davis to finish her undergrad and veterinary school. She worked in SoCal for 10 years and then moved away from smog to gold country.
Her desire from childhood was to be in the veterinary industry. Between pet sitting, farm work with research animals while working at a research facility, she knew this was the right place for her. Her favorite part about being in the veterinary industry is that veterinarians are the guardians of animals, as well as the animal’s unquestionable love.
She has 4 Great Danes, Rushmore, Franki, Orville and Natalie. She also co-owns many others as well. In her free time she does dog shows to ultimately have a home bred top 20 dog.
Cheyenne Petree, RVTManager
Cheyenne is a skilled and dedicated Registered Veterinary Technician with over 5 years of experience in the field. She has been working at a veterinary hospital for over 8 years, where she has gained valuable experience and knowledge. Born and raised in Hawaii, Cheyenne’s passion for animals and medicine was nurtured by her grandparents, who have always been her biggest supporters. After graduating from the veterinary technician program at the University of Hawaii, Cheyenne moved to California, where she now resides in El Dorado county with her beloved furry family, which includes a miniature burro named Churro, a wild mustang named Puck, two rescue kitties named Tomi and Spooky, and her two pups, Sombra and Zola. On her days off, Cheyenne enjoys hiking, painting, and playing traditional Hawaiian ukulele. She is excited to meet new clients and their furry friends and provide them with the best possible care.
Ashlyn FrostLead CSR
Ashlyn is a Lead CSR and Vet Assistant with a passion for animals that has guided her career since 2021. She is a devoted mother to her baby, Aspen, and considers her the center of her universe. Ashlyn’s early years were marked by an abiding love for animals, and it was inevitable that she would eventually find her calling in the veterinary field. Through her work as a vet assistant, she has been able to combine her love of animals with her desire to help others, making a difference in the lives of both animals and their owners. Her dedication and compassion have made her an asset to the veterinary team, and she continues to make a positive impact in the lives of the animals she cares for.