Dr. Hillary Mikulak was born and raised in Northeast Pennsylvania where she worked as an emergency technician. During this time, Dr. Mikulak decided she wanted to attend veterinary school. She moved to Minnesota for veterinary school, and stayed to complete a rotating internship, before moving here to Colorado to complete her critical care internship on her way to (hopefully) a cardiology residency.
When away from the clinic, Dr. Mikulak enjoys road tripping around the United States and soaking in as much hiking and outdoors as she can with her fiance and their two four-legged children, Gretta and Gus.
“Mortality Rate Comparison of Enterotomy and Resection and Anastomosis (Enterectomy) in Dogs with Foreign-Body Obstructions.” Veterinary Evidence, 30 Dec. 2021, Read Article
University of Minnesota
Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine
Blue Pearl Eden Prairie
Small Animal Rotating Internship