Kate Bjordahl, DVM (Bee-your-doll)

Dr. Kate lived in southern California until age 12, then moved with her family to Chagrin Falls, Ohio for her teenage years. In 1998, she graduated from Dartmouth College with a B.S. in Biology, and in 2002, obtained her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine, Magna Cum Laude from The Ohio State College of Veterinary Medicine. Go Bucks! Following graduation, Dr. Bjordahl decided that Utah would be a great place to call home.

Dr. Kate has worked in the Park City area since 2007 and started Powder Paws out of the back of her jeep in 2013. Her special interests include dentistry and surgery.

Dr. Kate resides in Park City with her cats and dogs, and her son and daughter. She enjoys working out, trail running, water skiing, mountain biking, gardening and shaving her cats into lovely lion haircuts.

Kristen Blum, DVM, CCRT

Dr. Blum (plum with a “b”) was raised on a small horse farm with numerous barn cats and dogs in central Ohio. She received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from The Ohio State University in 2002 and also became certified in canine rehabilitation in 2009. The call of the mountains brought her to Salt Lake City immediately following graduation, where she started and has continued to work until recently with the Central Valley Group of hospitals. Her professional interests in addition to rehab medicine include dentistry, soft tissue surgery, pain management, and internal medicine.

Dr. Blum is excited to be able to work closer to her home in Silver Creek. Besides keeping up with her two kids and husband, Otto, she enjoys riding her crazy horse named Dexter and running with her exuberant Goldendoodle. Her other interests include gardening, skiing, hiking, reading, and tending to her miniature horse named Sprinkles, two cats, two bulldogs, and her chickens.

Caroline Robson, DVM

Dr. Robson grew up in Galveston, Texas. She left Texas after high school, and attended the University of Virginia, where she graduated with a B.A. in History. She then moved out to San Francisco, and initially pursued a career in finance. Quickly realizing that she had made a wrong turn professionally, she left the financial services industry to pursue her dream of becoming a veterinarian.

In 2009, Dr. Robson graduated Phi Zeta from the University of California, Davis, and moved to the Boston area to pursue an one-year internship in Small Animal Internal Medicine, Surgery, Emergency and Critical Care. After finishing the internship, she joined a busy small animal practice in the Boston area, where she practiced for a little over 2 years. Her family then made their way back west to the San Francisco Bay Area, where they settled for the next 3 years. Over the years, Dr. Robson has cultivated a special interest in internal medicine, shelter medicine, abdominal ultrasound, and preventative medicine.

When her husband finished his medical training, the Robsons decided to leave California and embark on a new adventure in Utah. Dr. Robson lives in Park City with her husband, Jake, her sons, Graham and Wesley, and two cats. When not at work, she can be found chasing her energetic sons around town and exploring her new home city and state.

Katie Clawson, DVM

Dr. Clawson grew up in Rockford, IL with a big, diverse family and a wide variety of pets. She knew from about 3 years old that she wanted to be a veterinarian, but chose to work in different fields of animal care and training before deciding to return to school.

She has completed her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Illinois and her certificate of Veterinary Medical Acupuncture from the Curacore Integrative Medicine and Education Center in Fort Collins, CO. She fell in love with Utah back in 2009 when she lived here and worked as a receptionist and veterinary technician. She even worked for Dr. Blum!

Her professional interests in addition to acupuncture and pain management include animal behavior, dentistry, internal medicine, oncology, shelter medicine and is a fear-free certified professional.

Dr. Clawson is so excited to return to the state she fell in love with and where she met her husband John. They have returned to the mountains with their daughter, Riley and their large brood of dogs and cats. Dr. Clawson’s interests outside of trying to always make everyone laugh are horseback riding, hiking, camping, reading, traveling, and playing ball with her Pitbull, Dora.