Nelson Road Veterinary Clinic, located in Longmont, Colorado, is a full-service veterinary facility which provides care for small and large animals including dogs, cats, livestock, and exotics. The clinic offers preventative care for small, large and exotic species of animals as well as dentistry, surgery, acupuncture, ultrasound, in-house laboratory, pharmacy, farm calls and pet boarding.
Steve was born and raised in La Junta, Colorado. He has had a strong interest in veterinary medicine since early childhood. He volunteered as a boy at the veterinary clinic in town. As a teen, he was active in 4-H, raised Irish Setters, and kept homing pigeons. Steve went to CSU as an undergraduate where he studied pre-veterinary medicine. He graduated in 1980 with a DVM. He has been in practice ever since. Dr. Benscheidt treats almost all species of animals. In addition to his scheduled appointments, he does the emergency work for the clinic.He enjoys helping others and volunteers with many different community organizations. He and his wife, Ena, share their home with family pets and farm animals. Their children are grown and they are blessed with grandchildren.
Tammy Wilson, DVM
Dr. Tammy Wilson was raised on a ranch in central Wyoming. Her relationship with animals began at a young age with a variety of household pets. Participation in 4-H included showing horses, sheep, swine, and rabbits. She attended undergraduate school at Casper College and the University of Wyoming earning bachelor’s degrees in Animal Science and Medical Technology/Pathology. She attended vet school at Colorado State University in Fort Collins before starting her first job at a mixed practice. Dr. Wilson has been with Nelson Road since early 2005. Her interests include nutrition, Internal medicine, arthritis management, and preventative care. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, riding horses, snowshoeing, yoga, cooking, travel, and spending time with her husband and 7 year-old-son.