Jen Bolser, DVM

Dr. Jennifer Bolser obtained her veterinary degree from Colorado State University in 2004 and then completed an internship at The Animal Medical Center in NYC. She’s currently serving as Chief Clinic Veterinarian of The Humane Society of Boulder Valley in Colorado where she’s enjoyed cumulatively over 10 years with this unique and wonderful organization. She is proud of the innovation of a shelter medicine internship at HSBV and enjoys mentoring recent veterinary graduates. Jennifer seeks opportunities for new perspectives and has a passion for international veterinary efforts and education. She has performed thousands of surgeries in over 20 unique locations globally. She, her spouse and canine companions have lived in Beijing, China and Chicago, IL where Jennifer participated in a wide range of veterinary and animal welfare work including shelter medicine, general practice, zoo/exotic animal medicine and organizing spay/neuter clinics in remote areas. She is a medical director for Spayathon For Puerto Rico, a large scale multi-year spay/neuter campaign with a coalition of 27 partners. She serves on the Board of Directors for the Association of Shelter Veterinarians and Animal Balance. Jennifer is enthusiastic about collaborating and providing veterinary training and services to diverse communities around the world to achieve sustainable impact and solutions for animal care and welfare. 

The mission of Animal Balance is to collaborate with communities in need to create sustainable animal management programs to prevent suffering and ignite social change.

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