VDS Doctor

Dr. Cody Fielder

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) from the Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine


Dr. Cody Fielder grew up in the High Desert of Southern California where she was heavily involved in 4-H. It was thanks to her experiences raising livestock and having pet cats and dogs that she found her passion for managing their medical needs.

Dr. Fielder worked as a veterinary assistant during her undergraduate education, first at her local community college and then transferring to Auburn University. Dr. Fielder graduated from Auburn University’s College of Agriculture with her Bachelor of Science in 2011. She was accepted to Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine and graduated with her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 2015.

Upon graduating from veterinary school, Dr. Fielder moved to Western Washington where she practiced as an emergency and general practitioner for five and a half years. Dr. Fielder discovered a strong interest in veterinary dentistry while attending the 2016 Veterinary Dental Forum where she participated in hands-on training and continuing education lectures. When she began practicing what she had learned, she found immense satisfaction in the improvements in both the overall health and the quality of life she could offer to her patients by treating their dental diseases. Dr. Fielder began to learn everything she could about veterinary dentistry through continuing education. She began to consider becoming a Veterinary Dentist after attending her first Veterinary Dental Forum and is excited to be actively working towards that goal with such amazing mentors at Southern California Veterinary Dental Specialties.

When not pursuing her passion for veterinary dentistry, Dr. Fielder enjoys spending time with her husband, Bud, and their four-legged fur child, Rusty, who is a dachshund. Dr. Fielder and her husband both have a big soft spot for dachshunds. As a family, they enjoy hiking and cooking with their friends. Dr. Fielder also enjoys quilting in her spare time.