Companion Animal Hospital is committed to providing excellence in veterinary care, and stands out as leading veterinarians in the area. Our doctors use the latest in techniques to provide your pets with exceptional care:




Dr. Erin Felton

Dr. Felton graduated from the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine in 1998. Upon graduation, she and her husband Chris returned home to El Dorado County, where she was a graduate of Oak Ridge High School. Dr. Felton practiced in nearby Fair Oaks, El Dorado Hills, and Folsom before starting Companion Animal Hospital. Dr. Felton has a special interest in service dogs for law enforcement, search and rescue, therapy, assistance and guide dogs. When not at work, you can find Dr. Felton playing soccer or being a mom. Dr. Felton is the proud mother of two daughters, Madison and Katie. 
Dr. Amie Rodda
Dr. Rodda graduated from the University of California, Davis School of Veterinary Medicine in 1998.  She practiced in Jackson, California for one year and then returned to her hometown of San Jose.  There she worked for over 16 years at the same office where she had originally volunteered and then worked as a high school pre-veterinary student.  Dr. Rodda particularly enjoys internal medicine, preventative care, and managing the senior/geriatric patients. 
She is now the mother of two elementary school-aged children, and, with her husband, decided it was time for a move to the foothills.  Through visiting family in the area and doing relief work for Dr. Felton, Dr. Rodda and her husband both fell in love with El Dorado County and the friendly people they met here. 
When not at work, Dr. Rodda  keeps busy learning the quirks of rural living (lots of quirks in a converted barn rental!), hiking around the property with her children (who are in awe of their new surroundings), playing fetch with their ball-crazy rescue Golden Retriever, Ty, keeping the family cats (Rainbow and Tiger) entertained, and helping in her children's classrooms.  She also loves salsa and ballroom dancing, reading, and camping.  Together with her sister, she continues to lead a Girl Scout troop based in San Jose, traveling back for meetings one to two times a month.  (By the way, if you don't have a cookie connection, Dr. Rodda's daughter would be happy to fill that position!)
Dr. Rodda is looking forward to meeting all the wonderful Companion Animal Hospital clients and patients.  Please stop by when you have a minute.
Dr. Katherine Olson
Dr. Olson is an associate veterinarian for Companion Animal Hospital. She grew up in Placerville on a small hobby farm and made her way back after traveling to different parts of the world for school and pleasure. 
Dr. Olson developed a passion for medicine while treating various animals on her farm, as well as tending to her own pets.  Pursuing the passion of veterinary medicine and travel, Dr. Olson moved to the island of St. Christopher (St. Kitts) and attended Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine; followed by clinical rotations at Oregon State University (GO Beavers!). While in school, Dr. Olson worked on Amblyomma tick research, fish identification and assessment in the waters around St. Kitts; and presented her final papers on Traumatic Brain Injury. 
Dr. Olson's husband, Joel, is a passionate ultra runner, as she enjoyes shorter runs, biking, horses, and other outdoor activities. Her daughter Olivia and son Bruce, love animals and spending time outside. Currently, Dr. Olson only has two cats, Ginny (17 year-old tabby, who she rescued when Ginny was only a couple days old and nursed back to health), and Whitney (four year-old Siamese Manx mix, who was adopted from the Oregon Humane Society). Surprisingly enough, both cats love people and Whitney frequently leash walks!  
Dr. Olson also has a passion for complete care and preventative medicine, especially dentistry, as keeping the mouth healthy will help prolong the life and health of your pets. 
Dr. Jae Yu
Dr. Jae Yu, originally from Southern California, moved to this area to be closer to family and has loved every moment since. She graduated from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine and completed her clinical year at Virginia Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine. Her professional interests lie with acupuncture, physical rehabilitation, nutrition and diabetes. When she is not at the clinic she enjoys reading, traveling and hiking with her two Shih-Tzus, Harry Pawter and Ginny.