Quebec Highlands Animal Clinic

Quebec Highlands Animal Clinic is a full-service companion animal veterinary clinic. It is our commitment to provide quality veterinary care throughout the life of your pet.

Our services are designed to assist in routine preventative care, early detection and treatment of diseases as your pet ages, and complete medical, dental and surgical care as necessary during his or her lifetime. We understand the special role your pet plays in your family and are dedicated to becoming your partner in your pet's health care.

We take the same care with your pet as we would our own to practice the highest quality medicine and surgery. We place a strong emphasis on client education to help you make a stronger bond with your pet. Our entire healthcare team is committed to providing personal attention to the unique concerns of each individual pet owner.

You will find information on our site about our services, our healthcare team and an extensive, accurate information library to assist you research all aspects of pet health, behavior and illnesses.
  • 7136 E. County Line Road
  • Highlands Ranch,CO 80126
  • Phone: 303-796-0800
  • Fax: 303-796-0808
  • Email Us
  • Mon-Thur: 8:00am-6:00pm
  • Fri: 8:00am-5:30pm
  • Sat: 8:00am - Noon
  • Sun: Closed
  • After Hours: 303-796-0800
  • After Hours: 303-740-9595
  • Bruce M. Bowman, DVM, Owner

    Dr. Bruce Bowman is the owner of Quebec Highlands Animal Clinic. He has been at this location for 21 years. He previously owned and practiced at two other locations in Highlands Ranch and Denver. He earned his Bachelor’s degree and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree at Colorado State University. He graduated in 1974. He is one of those rare birds, a native of Denver. He has two children, Lindsey and Jonathan. They are graduates of the University of Colorado.

    Dr. Bowman truly loves veterinary practice. He has a deep concern and caring for his patients and their owners. He has a special interest in surgery, anesthesiology, and the challenge of a complicated medical case. Dr. Bowman is also trained in acupuncture and Chinese herbals, which proves to be very useful as an adjunct to traditional medicine or as an alternative to conventional methodologies. His consistent research and study enables him to keep himself and his practice updated with the newest medicines and treatments. Preventing disease and illness through client education is a primary focus to help our pets live a long healthy life. It's wonderful to be able to see that new puppy or kitten and follow it all the way through their golden years.

    Dr. Bowman has lived in Highlands Ranch with his wife Carolyn for 22 years. Their home is managed by two Shih Tzus, Daisy and Cricket. Leisure activities include traveling, reading and outdoor activities. They enjoy spending time with their children and grandson.
    Years in Practice:
    Apr 07, 1974
    Bachelor's of Science, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
  • Nina T. Clow, DVM

    Although born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in May of 1960, Dr. Clow's family moved to California in 1963 where it was "a little bit warmer".  The majority of Dr. Clow's childhood was spent on an Almond Ranch in the San Joaquin Valley, which taught her the importance of hard work and perseverance.

    Dr. Clow's first BS was from Fresno State University in Surveying and Photogrammetry out of the Civil Engineering Department in 1983.  She worked for Pacific Gas and Electric Co. for 3 years as a Land Surveyor, then was promoted to Crew Chief.  The life of hotel rooms did not suit her, so she resigned and started the long journey to become a veterinarian.

    Dr. Clow attended Fresno State University from 1983-1986, taking PreVet courses.  She graduated from Washington State University, Pullman, Wa, School of Veterinary Medicine in 1994.  She first practiced in Reno, Nevada for 3 years at a small animal practice where she discovered the challenge of exotic animal medicine, soft tissue surgery, and treating lots of Parvo/Distemper cases.  In 1998, the family moved to Denver, CO, where she has been practicing at Quebec Highlands Animal Clinic ever since.  Dr. Clow has a wonderful son that keeps her busy along with her profession.  They are attended by 2 Smooth Fox Terriers, 1 Maine Coon feline, and one Bearded Dragon.  Dr. Clow enjoys flyfishing, gardening, biking, hiking with the dogs in the Rockies, and great outdoor concerts.
    Years in Practice:
    Apr 07, 1994
    Bachelor's of Science in Civil Engineering, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
  • Wendy, Technician

    Wendy is originally from Washington, Missouri. She received her Bachelor's Degree in music education from the University of Kansas and taught in the Shawnee Mission, Kansas, school district.

    After receiving a Master's Degree in music from Southern Methodist University, she attended the veterinary technology program at Cedar Valley College in Lancaster, Texas. She has worked as a technician in veterinary practices in Texas, Missouri and Colorado, and has been on Staff at Quebec Highlands since 1995.

    Her current special interests are surgery and dentistry. Wendy lives with three Scottish Terriers, Kirby, Sunny and Frosty.   She enjoys her crafts business, geocaching, music, and sports (especially the Avs).
    Bachelor's of Music Education, Master's of Music
  • Andrea, Technician

    Andrea is originally from Chilicothe, Missouri, and came to Denver in 1988 as a child. She earned her Associate's Degree in Applied Science from Colorado Mountain College in 1997.  She came to work in 2001 for Quebec Highlands Animal Clinic.  She later became one of our full time receptionists.

    Andrea's 14 year old daughter, Emily, is a gymnast.  Andrea and Emily are very involved in the 4-H program. Her son Remmy, is in the high school band. When not at work, Andrea enjoys cooking, gardening, cake decorating, watching gymnastics, running, biking and swimming. She also shares her home with a large array of pets including cats, rabbits, mice, turtles, and lots of fish.

    The aspect of veterinary medicine that Andrea enjoys the most, is the opportunity to see animals heal and flourish after treatment, and the opportunity to see and learn about many different animals and breeds.
    Associate's Degree in Applied Science
  • Prue, Technician

    Prue was raised in Barrington, Illinois in the country.  She grew up around many animals, from wild critters to all kinds of domestic animals.  She was always trying to treat or repair injured animals, even as a child.  She has worked in veterinary clinics from the time she was in high school.

    Prue moved to Ft. Collins to attend CSU, where she met her husband.  They moved to the Littleton/Greenwood Village area in 1972.  Her husband had never had a pet so a lifestyle of rescuing sick and injured animals was quite a change for him.  Currently, they have 2 Labradors, Bonnie and Soleil, and Chet the cat..

    Prue graduated from Bel-Rea Institute of Animal Technology in 1992 with an Associate's Degree in Applied Science.  She worked as a technician in family veterinary clinics and emergency hospitals.  She joined Quebec Highlands Animal Clinic in 2000.

    Prue spent a lot of time with her 2 boys in Boy Scouts, both at the local and district level.  Now she's become very involved in Scouting again with her grandchildren.  She loves spending time with her grandchildren, gardening, redecorating and updating her house.
    Associate's Degree in Applied Science
  • Erik, Technician

    Erik has been a Veterinary Technician since he earned his Associate’s Degree from the Bel-Rea Institute of Animal Technology in 2001.  He came to Quebec Highlands Animal Clinic right after graduation.

    Erik is a Colorado native who comes from a very large family. His two cats, Sally and Kasey keep him company while at home.

    Erik is a former music and theater student. Since he was a child, he has been a self taught artist who loves to draw. He also enjoys football, singing, traveling, and when away from work, enjoys spending time with his family and friends.

    "For me, the best part about working in the veterinary field is working directly with the animals.  Being able to assist the veterinarians during surgeries and treatments, I get to play a big role in our patients' recovery." 
    Associate's Degree in Applied Science
  • Carolyn, Management Staff

    Carolyn Bowman is part owner and Practice Manager for Quebec Highlands Animal Clinic. She has worked in practice with her husband, Dr. Bruce Bowman, since 1977 - and they're still happily married. They started their first practice in Denver with just the two of them doing everything from the front door to the back door. It was certainly a learning experience about all the aspects of a veterinary practice. Carolyn now concentrates on the management of the practice and the staff. Our wonderful, dedicated practice family makes it an enjoyable job. Family, gardening, music and traveling are her favorite leisure activities away from the office.