Dr. Romm retired at the end of August 2017. She will be immensely missed by clients, pets, and staff, but we are glad to have her serve Loveland for the past 34 years. We wish her happiness in all her future adventures and she will forever remain in our hearts at Blue Sky.
The following is her Bio.
After growing up in rural Utah, Dr. Romm completed a degree in biology at the University of Utah and a Master of Science degree in Reproductive Physiology at Utah State. The research for this degree required working with large goat herds in the Central Valley of California. She recorded the normal reproductive cycle in goats and investigated means to change the seasonal nature of this cycle. After completing this work, she became a research associate and teaching assistant in the School of Veterinary Medicine at U.C. Davis. She was accepted into the UCD School of Veterinary Medicine in 1980. After graduation in 1984, She moved to Loveland with her husband, Dr. Ray Whalen. Over the past 30 years, She has enjoyed working with both large and small animals in this community. She lives on the outskirts of Loveland with her husband and two cats. She has two children, Devin and Briana, in college. Her family has been an important part of the construction, maintenance, and ongoing work at Blue Sky Animal Clinic.