Dr. Marty Weber, DVM
Dr. Weber grew up on a farm in rural Hedrick, Iowa. He attended the University of Northern Iowa and graduated in 1997 with degrees in chemistry and biology. He then attended Iowa State University and in 2001 was awarded his DVM. He also received the IDEXX award for proficiency in pathology. After graduation Dr. Weber and his wife Lori moved to Wisconsin where he practiced for several years before returning to Iowa. He started at the Cedar Rapids Animal Hospital in 2006, became a partner in 2010, and has been sole owner since 2014. Dr. Weber enjoys diabetes management, challenging medical cases that can be resolved surgically, and small mammals.
In his spare time he enjoys playing volleyball, watching Cyclone athletics, mud runs and volunteering at his daughters' schools. Lori enjoys volleyball and is an active volunteer at their kids' schools. Dr. Weber and Lori have three daughters Paige, Claire and Regan. All of the girls are active in dance and enjoy teaching their dad some dance moves. Paige also enjoys reading, animals ,and is taking after her parents in her love of volleyball. Claire enjoys reading, animals, and mud runs, and is the mischievous one of the three. Regan's interests include dance, and being spoiled by her older sisters. Dr. Weber and his family have two cats, Steve and Prince. Dr. Weber enjoys having Steve and Prince to provide some male bonding in his house full of girls.
Dr. Julie Tabor, DVM
Dr. Tabor grew up in Iowa City where she attended West High School. She attended the University of Iowa where she started her undergraduate degree then transferred to the Colorado State University in Fort Collins Colorado. In 1984 she graduated from CSU with a BS in Zoology awarded "with highest distinction". She then returned to Iowa attending Iowa State University and in 1990 was awarded her DVM "with distinction". She was also a member of Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society. Dr. Tabor joined the Cedar Rapids Animal Hospital in 2001. She enjoys working with "senior" pets helping owners maintain good quality of life, dermatology, behavioral health, weight management, and preventive health care.
In her spare time she enjoys yoga, participates in the Big Brother Big Sister program and she and her husband Byron are members of the Kiwanis . Byron's passion for Kiwanis is only rivaled by his love of Hawkeye Basketball!
Dr. Tabor and Byron share their home with two dogs Coda and Melody. Coda and Melody are dedicated "personal trainers" making sure their humans get out almost daily for a walk or run. Coda is always looking for someone to ask him for a trick so he can get a reward.