Meet Dr. Craddock
Dr. Craddock (formerly Dr. Curtis) grew up in the foothills of North Carolina and attended North Carolina State University, where she graduated summa cum laude with a B.S. in Biological Sciences. She was given the opportunity to attend Colorado State University for veterinary school, where she graduated in 2013. During her time at Colorado State, she was the teaching assistant for the Exotic Animal Anatomy and Husbandry course. She also is the proud recipient of the Relationship Centered Care Award, presented by the Argus Institute. Dr. Craddock is very passionate about the strength of the human-animal bond, and her primary veterinary interest is internal medicine.
Outside of the hospital, she and her husband, Scott, spend most of their free time chasing after their son Cameron, who was born in February 2018. She also has two dogs, Finley and Bean, as well as a ball python, Dumbledore. She is a proud member of the Street Parking community and places a lot of value in personal health and wellness.