Carl L. Pew, DVM
Dr. Pew received two Bachelor of Science degrees from Virgina Tech: one in zoology and one in chemistry. He took a break before going to veterinary school and moved to Michigan to work for Upjohn Pharmaceuticals. He attended Michigan State University's College of Veterinary Medicine, graduating magna cum laude with his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree ('77). Afterwards he worked in the metropolitan Detroit area before moving to Utah in 1981 and purchasing a veterinary clinic in Orem.
Dr. Pew has been breeding and exhibiting Doberman Pinschers and Bull Terriers since 1968. He served as an officer in many kennel clubs and is a licensed AKC judge of several breeds. This hobby led him to develop the practice into a widely recognized canine reproduction center. He is a principle in the international canine frozen semen firm of 'Sires on Ice' based in New South Wales, Australia. Dr. Pew and his wife Suzanne have a daughter, Audrey, and son, James, who both come to the office frequently. They reside in Draper and have two pets, a cat named Kit Kat and a miniature bull terrier named Diver.
Heather Gavin, DVM
Dr. Gavin attended Utah State University, majoring in Biovet Science with a Biotech emphasis in 2006. She received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Washington State University in Pullman, Washington in 2010. She focuses on reproductive medicine and neonatal care. She has been married for several years to her husband, Gavin (and yes, she says he goes by his last name). They have seven children, ten grandchildren, a Yorkshire terrier named Cian and a Snow Bengal cat named Snow. She loves reading or anything to do with horses and being outdoors, including hiking and rock climbing.