Robert Landry - DVM, DAIPM, CVA, CCRP, CNPM
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine | Diplomat – Academy of Integrative Pain Management | Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist | Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner | Certified in Nutritional Pain Management | Certified Stem Cell Practitioner | Adjunct - Associate Professor - CU Boulder Dept. of Psychology & Neuroscience
Dr. Landry is a seasoned veterinarian in small animal wellness, medical/surgical care and specialty in the field of veterinary pain management therapies.
After completing three undergraduate degrees in microbiology, economics and nutrition; Dr. Landry graduated from Colorado State University, College of Veterinary Medicine. Following graduation, he finished an internship in medicine and surgery.
His passion for veterinary medicine began at an early age. He followed his dreams and in 2004, Dr. Landry founded a general practice in Lafayette Colorado.
In order to ensure the best for his patients, and provide quality care by utilizing both Western and Eastern approaches, he became a diplomate with the American Academy of Pain Management as well as a certified veterinary acupuncturist and certified stem cell practitioner.
In 2009, Dr. Landry built an new, larger hospital in Lafayette for his general practice. In addition, opened the Colorado Center for Animal Pain Management Center (CCAPM)
In 2012, Dr. Landry was appointed an associate professor adjunct position at CU Boulder Department of Psychology and Neuroscience.
2017 - Dr. Landry sold his general practice and transitioned his pain practice to a new facility in Westminster where he continued to conduct clinical pain studies looking at safe and effective breakthrough therapies for the treatment of pain associated with osteoarthritis/degenerative joint disease.
2017 - 2019, A faculty instructor for Integrative Pain Management at Colorado State University
His vision for animals and their people is to provide the best integrated medicine. In December of 2020, he built a new location and moved CCAPM Veterinary Care Center to Broomfield where he combined his pain practice and resumed general practice
Dr. Landry not only has unwavering compassion for animals and his staff, but also enjoys giving back to the community. He continues to participate in many organizations and has involvement in community education opportunities. He continues to dedicate himself to the veterinary profession and practice quality health care for companion animals.
If the dogs are fearful or hesitant to come in, Dr. Landry will go out to the car.
And then there are those who love to sit on his lap and assist.