Dr. Nick Outterson was born in Medina, New York and grew up on a small family farm. Being raised on a farm gave Dr. Outterson an early love for animals, and he always knew he wanted to be a veterinarian. He eventually received his undergraduate degree in biology from SUNY Albany and later obtained his veterinary degree from Colorado State University in 2012.

Dr. Outterson has worked in multiple mixed-animal and small-animal practices where he did extensive work in emergency medicine. He became co-owner of Moreau Animal Clinic in August 2018.

Dr. Outterson’s passion, is client education. It is very important to him that all clients feel well informed prior to making medical decisions for their pet’s.

In his free time, Dr. Outterson enjoys doing anything outside with his family, including boating, kayaking, hiking, hunting and fishing. He owns three dogs, five cats, 15 chickens, 12 ducks, one cow and has most recently started a Nigerian Dwarf goat farm. He enjoys homesteading and being as self-sufficient as possible in everyday life on his small family farm.

“Everyone thinks they have the best dog, none of them are wrong.” ~ W.R. Purche