Baker's Bridge Veterinary Clinic

8350 CR 203, Suite A
Durango, CO 81301


Baker's Bridge Veterinary Clinic - Our Doctors


Our Doctors 


Dr. Brian Marshall:

Dr. Brian Marshall hails from Yarmouth, a tiny farming town in southeastern Iowa where the dogs and cats outnumbered the people. He attended Iowa State University as an undergraduate and veterinary student, graduating in 1996. After graduation, he completed a small animal internship at a large emergency/referral hospital in Ottawa, Ontario. He then spent two years at The Ohio State University studying neuromedicine and surgery. While at Ohio State, Dr. Marshall also completed a master's degree in veterinary clinical sciences studying the ototoxic effects of an antibiotic called amikacin. Dr. Marshall moved to Colorado in 1999 where he worked at the Aspen and Carbondale Animal Hospitals for five years. He moved to the Durango area in 2006, working at the Bayfield Animal Hospital until he purchased the Baker's Bridge Veterinary Clinic in 2010. Dr. Marshall lives with his two german shorthair pointers, Ben and LJ, two cats, Motor and Roland. He enjoys hunting, fly fishing, riding his Appendix gelding, Renoir, mountain biking and reenacting the middle ages in the Society for Creative Anachronism.




Dr. Haley Hamilton:

Dr. Haley Hamilton was born and raised in Durango and began visiting Baker’s Bridge Vet Clinic with her own pets as a small child. She obtained her bachelors degree in biology at Colorado College and spent several years in an immunology research lab at University of Colorado prior to attending vet school at Colorado State University. Upon graduation, she completed a rotating internship in ER, surgery, and internal medicine at VCA Veterinary Care Animal Hospital and Referral Center in Albuquerque, NM. You may recognize Dr. Hamilton- she has spent lots of time over the past 5-6 years at BBVC as a technician, a vet student, and a relief doctor. She could not be more thrilled to finally join the team as an associate veterinarian. Her special interests include emergency medicine and critical care, though she enjoys all aspects of the field. Dr. Hamilton has also completed training in western medical acupuncture. Dr. Hamilton lives with her dog and cat, “Romeo” and  “Juliet.” In her free time, she loves volleyball, skiing, hiking, biking, and all things outdoors.




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