Dr. Natalie Durbin opened Cambridge Animal Hospital in July 2010 after recognizing the need for an animal hospital that could offer pets high quality veterinary care but in a way that was affordable for owners. It was also important to
Natalie to create a practice that had a family feel and was welcoming in nature - and soon Cambridge Animal Hospital was born.
Dr. Natalie graduated in 1999 from Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Upon graduation she moved to California to practice in the Central Valley. After 2 years of desperately missing her native state she moved back
Colorado and practiced in Greeley for 10 years.
Dr. Natalie is a firm believer in compassionate animal care and is committed to providing comprehensive, client-oriented veterinary services to your pet. She loves all aspects of general practice however her special interests include
dentistry, soft tissue surgery and brachycephalic breeds (bulldogs).
When not at the clinic, you can find her wrangling her 3 children; Isabella, Megan and Aidan. Her hobbies outside of treating patients include hiking, jogging, horseback riding and eating chocolate.
Dr. Natalie is a proud member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Longmont Chamber of Commerce.
Dr. Natalie takes her commitment to the animals very seriously and provides animal rescue support to various non-profit organizations including the Mile High Labrador Retriever Mission,
Big Dogs Huge Paws and the Colorado Reptile Humane Society.
I am originally from Las Vegas and currently live in Thornton, CO. I received my undergraduate, master’s degree and DVM at Colorado State University. I have been working in veterinary medicine along the front range for 5 years.
I currently live in Thornton, CO with my husband and two young daughters. I enjoy traveling, reading and family time. My pets include two Cornish Rex cats, a Pug, a standard Poodle puppy and an Amazon parrot.