Dr. Bruce Louderback


Dr. Louderback earned his degree from the University of Illinois.  Upon graduation, he worked in mixed practices in Vermont and Illinois before establishing Mission Viejo Veterinary Hospital in 1976.  Dr. Louderback is well-know in the veterinary community and has served his profession in many ways over the years.  He was appointed by Governor Bill Owens to sit on the Colorado State Board of Veterinary Medicine, and served two terms from 1999 to 2007.  His contributions to the state board led to involvement with the National Veterinary Board where he has served as Director, Secretary, Treasurer and President.  in 2009, Dr. Louderback was honored to be elected Colorado Veterinarian of the Year.  He and his wife, Jody, have three grown children and two grandchildren.