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About Us

Veterinary Answers was founded in order to provide veterinarians with rapid, reliable, and confidential access to specialists. Our team of specialists will help you manage your difficult cases with a quick turnaround time. We offer a variety of specialties including avian and exotics, small and large animal internal medicine, emergency and critical care, oncology, ophthalmology, dermatology, neurology, anesthesiology, theriogenology, business management and practice growth. 

Rather than referring your clients to another hospital, we offer specialty consultations via phone, email or fax. Veterinary Answers strives to provide veterinarians a service dedicated solely to helping their patients and their practice thrive. 

Meet the Team 

Courtney Baetge, DVM, DACVA

Dr. Baetge graduated from Texas A&M University in 2003 with a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. After graduation, she worked in private practice for one year before beginning a residency in anesthesia at Texas A&M University. She completed her anesthesia residency in September of 2007. She is currently working in private equine practice.

Anesthesia Consultant

Lisa Cellio, DVM, DACVIM

Small Animal Internal Medicine

Dr. Lisa Cellio is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine.  She completed her undergraduate education at the University of Notre Dame with a Bachelor’s Degree in biology in 1994.  She then attended veterinary school at the Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine.  She was awarded a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 1998.

Dr. Cellio went on to further her veterinary education with a small animal rotating internship at Michigan Veterinary Specialists from 1998 to 1999.  She spent the next three years as an emergency veterinarian in a busy emergency and referral institution.  Dr. Cellio completed a three year residency program at Veterinary Specialty and Emergency Center in Overland Park, Kansas.  In 2005, she became board-certified as a Diplomate to the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine.

Dr. Cellio is married and has two young children.  The family also includes two Cavalier King Charles Spaniels and one cat. Her hobbies include running, yoga and traveling.

Joan Dzeizyc, DVM, DAVCO


Dr. Dziezyc graduated from the College of Veterinary Medicine, Cornell University in 1978. She worked in mixed animal practices in New York and Florida before starting residency training in comparative ophthalmology with Drs. Kirk Gelatt and Dan Wolf at the College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida in 1982.

Dr. Dziezyc worked in ophthalmic specialty practice at the College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida, and private specialty practice in New England before joining the faculty of the Department of Small Animal Clinical Studies at Texas A&M University in 1986 and working as a staff ophthalmologist at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital.

Dr. Dziezyc was president of the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists in 2001 and has been active on various committees of the organization.

Her clinical and research interests focus on ophthalmic surgery and cataract surgery in horses, intraocular lens development in human ophthalmology and vision in horses.

She is married to Dr. Nick Millichamp with whom she shares the daughters and pets. Joan has a Welsh Cobb that she rides and is teaching to pull a cart. Her other interests outside of work include bird watching, dog agility, needlepoint and trying to keep orchids alive.

Stuart Feldman, R.Ph, FACVP


Stuart Feldman is a graduate of the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and holds a BSP degree from the College. While in school, Mr. Feldman worked as a veterinary technician for several large veterinary centers in the New York area. After graduating Pharmacy School and passing boards in both Massachusetts and New York, Mr. Feldman practiced pharmacy for several years, until he began to work in the pharmaceutical industry for the Knoll and then the Key Pharmaceutical Companies. He rapidly rose within the corporate ranks to the position of Hospital Specialist and then to District Manager for New York and New Jersey. In 1987 he left the corporate world to become a business owner, purchasing the Armonk Pharmacy in Armonk, New York, and then in 1994 purchasing the Cross River Pharmacy in Cross River, New York where he currently owns and operates the pharmacy and compounding center. In 1996 he joined with the Professional Compounding Centers of America (PCCA) and was awarded several certificates in general compounding, sterile preparation and veterinary specialty compounding. In 1998 he became a fellow of the American College of Veterinary Pharmacists.

Gwen B. Flinchum, MAg., DVM, DABVP


Dr. Gwen Flinchum obtained her Bachelor of Science degrees in Poultry Science and Animal Science from North Carolina State University. While at North Carolina State she volunteered in the Poultry Science Department on a variety of research projects involving chickens and turkeys. After graduating from college, Dr. Flinchum went to The University of Florida where she obtained a Master of Agriculture in Avian Physiology and then received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from The University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine. While in veterinary school she participated in externships and research projects to further her knowledge of avian medicine and surgery. Her externships were done at The Raptor Center at the University of Minnesota and at Avicultural Breeding and Research Center in Loxahatchee, Florida. Research projects involved the development of a flamingo pox vaccine for flamingos at Sea World and fecal hemagglutination tests for the detection of Psittacine Beak and Feather Disease in parrots. During her senior year of veterinary school, she received the Kaytee Avian and Special Species Excellence Award.

After graduating from veterinary school Dr. Flinchum was hired by Dr. Greg Harrison at The Bird Hospital (an avian exclusive practice) in Greenacres, Florida. She worked there for eight years and then started her own practice, All Bird Clinic of the Palm Beaches. All Bird Clinic is also an avian exclusive practice that sees a variety of avian breeds including parrots, doves and pigeons, passerines (canaries, finches), gallinaceous birds (chickens, turkeys, peafowl, guinea fowl), waterfowl and wild birds.

Dr. Flinchum is board certified as an avian specialist by the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners. She is also a Full Charter Member of the International Veterinary Forensics Sciences Association and is on the advisory board of the Wildlife Care Center in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Dr. Flinchum has published a number of articles in avian and exotic medicine journals. Her most recent work was authoring and co-authoring chapters in the avian reference book “Clinical Avian Medicine” by Harrison and Lightfoot.

Douglas W. Folland, DVM, DABVP


Dr. Doug Folland graduated from Oregon State University in 1983. He traveled across country to his first position out in Miami, Florida. There, he developed a large clientele of bird and exotic pet owners as well as pet shops and bird importers. After 6 years he move to Centerville, Utah where he established Parrish Creek Veterinary Clinc. His interest in birds and exotics continues. He is staff veterinarian for Tracy Aviary, one of only two public aviaries in the United States. In 1998, he received his board certification with ABVP in the avian specialty. Interests outside of veterinary medicine include family, church, canyoneering, hiking and ice climbing.

Michael Garvey, DVM, DACVIM, DACVECC

Small Animal Internal Medicine and Small Animal Critical Care

Dr. Garvey grew up in Chicago, Illinois and graduated from the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine in 1974. After a year in private practice in the Chicago area, he moved to New York City to serve an Internship and Internal Medicine Residency at The Animal Medical Center. After his residency, Dr. Garvey returned to private practice in the Chicago area. In 1981, Dr. Garvey returned to The Animal Medical Center as Chairman of the Department of Medicine, a position he held until 1997. In 1997, Dr. Garvey was named Director of The E. & M. Bobst Hospital of The Animal Medical Center and Chairman of the Department of Emergency Medicine and Critical Care, positions he held until he retired in 2007. Dr. Garvey is a Board Certified Specialist in both Veterinary Internal Medicine and Veterinary Emergency Medicine and Critical Care. He has lectured throughout the United States and 20 foreign countries on various topics in the fields of internal medicine and emergency medicine/critical care. Dr. Garvey has authored numerous scientific articles, chapters, and proceedings and has recently authored, with colleagues, two books on pet health for pet owners: The Veterinarians' Guide to Your Dog's Symptoms and The Veterinarians' Guide to Your Cat's Symptoms, published by Villard, New York, 1999.

Dr. Garvey has received many professional awards including The Lester E. Fisher Award for Outstanding Student in Veterinary Clinical Medicine, The Animal Medical Center's President's Award for Outstanding Intern, Award of Merit from the Veterinary Medical Association of New York City, Friskies PetCare Award, Distinguished Leadership Award, Clinical Faculty Achievement Award, and Outstanding Service Awards from both the New York City and New York State Veterinary Associations. Dr. Garvey recently received awards from the Long Island Veterinary Medical Association, Veterinary Medical Association of New York City, and American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, and St. Louis, Missouri Police Department for his care of the Search and Rescue Dogs at the World Trade Center disaster site. He was appointed New York Police Department Veterinarian for his World Trade Center service. He is the former President of The Specialty of Veterinary Internal Medicine, Vice-President of the Specialty of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care, President of the American Association of Veterinary Clinicians, and President of the Society for International Veterinary Symposia. Dr. Garvey is a consultant to pharmaceutical companies, pet food companies, veterinary schools and medical schools. He serves on the Community Advisory Board of New York Presbyterian Hospital and is the only veterinarian on the New York City Task Force on Biological Terrorism. He is also listed in Who's Who in Veterinary Medicine and Who's Who in America. In 2009, he received the ACVIM Distinguished Service Award for outstanding and dedicated service to the college, in a volunteer capacity.

Kathy E. Graf, DVM, DACVIM

Small Animal Internal Medicine

Dr. Kathy Graf grew up in rural central Iowa. She attended Iowa State University and received her Animal Science degree in 1997. She was accepted into the Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine, where she graduated from in 2000. Dr. Graf then completed a one-year rotating small animal internship at Alameda East Veterinary Hospital in Denver, CO. That was an exciting year, as it was an extremely busy hospital and the site of Animal Planet’s Emergency Vets television show. Following the internship, Dr. Graf moved to Stillwater, OK, for a three-year residency in small animal internal medicine. It was at Oklahoma State where she became a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine and where she met her husband. She and her husband, Tristan Graf (also a veterinarian), moved to Boise, ID, where they practiced for two years. Dr. Graf now works at a private practice emergency and specialty center in Cedar Rapids, IA. When she is not working, Dr. Graf enjoys outdoor activities, particularly running, biking, gardening and camping.

Jennifer E. Graham, DVM, DACZM, DABVP

Avian & Exotic Companion Mammal

Dr. Graham received her DVM from Auburn University in 1999 and completed her residency in 2003 at the University of California at Davis School of Veterinary Medicine. Her internship was spent at the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Graham has been on the staff at the VCA Veterinary Specialty Center in Lynnwood, WA while concurrently serving as an Affiliate Assistant Professor with the Department of Comparative Medicine at the University of Washington School of Medicine. She later headed the Avian/Exotics Department at MSPCA-Angell in Boston, Massachusetts. Dr. Graham is currently an Assistant Professor of Zoological Companion Animal Medicineat Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine.

Chelsea Greenberg, DVM, MS


Dr. Chelsea Greenberg is a graduate from the University of Missouri School of Veterinary Medicine. She then completed a small animal rotating internship at Oklahoma State University followed by a veterinary medical oncology residency at Purdue University. After completion of her residency, Dr. Greenberg remained on staff at Purdue University as a clinical faculty member of the Purdue Comparative Oncology service while maintaining a part-time oncology practice in Indianapolis. Dr. Greenberg currently practices in the Salt Lake City area.

Eric Klaphake, DVM, DACZS, DABVP


Born a Nebraskan, went to Ripon College (WI) for undergrad, graduated with a DVM from KSU in 1997. Worked in all-exotic animal practice for five years and volunteered at the Hogle Zoo in Salt Lake City. Completed a three year residency at the University of Tennessee in Avian and Zoological Medicine and Surgery. Moved for one year in 2005 to Columbus, OH, with stints at an all-exotic animal practice, relief work at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, and taught basic biology, human pathophysiology, reptile medicine, and beginning fish medicine. Diplomate of both the American College of Zoological Medicine and the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners (Avian). President of the Association of Reptilian and Amphibian Veterinarians, Organizing Committee Member for both the College of Pet Exotic Animal Veterinarians and the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners Certification in Reptilian & Amphibian Practice, Associate Editor for Review Articles in the Journal of Avian Medicine and Surgery.
Currently resides in Bozeman, MT with his wife Jessi and son Xavier Ursus, works at a small animal/exotic veterinary practice, is the consulting veterinarian for ZooMontana, volunteers for the Wildlife Conservation Society’s Wolverine Abdominal Transponder Placement Project and for coelomic transponder placement in lesser scaup (ducks), and enjoys snowboarding, river rafting, hiking, and wildlife photography!

Gregg Kortz, DVM, DACVIM


Dr. Gregg Kortz received his DVM with Distinction from Colorado State University in 1985. He completed his residency in Neurology and Neurosurgery at the University of California at Davis. He is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine in Neurology. He is an Assistant Clinic Professor at the University of California at Davis and is owner of California Veterinary Neurology and Neurosurgery Specialists.

Linda E. Luther, DVM, MVSc, DACVIM

Small Animal Internal Medicine

Dr. Luther received her veterinary degree from the University of Minnesota School of Veterinary Medicine in 1988. After spending two years in mixed animal practice, then three years in small animal practice, Dr. Luther completed a residency in small animal internal medicine at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. She became board certified in Small Animal Internal Medicine in 1996. She spent a year doing infectious disease research at the University of New Hampshire, and since 1997 she has been the staff internist at a 10-doctor, small animal practice in southern New Hampshire. She has also been a consultant for Sound-Eklin since 2001 in many different capacities, including telemedicine consulting and teaching at ultrasound and internal medicine education courses. Dr. Luther’s clinical interests include all aspects of internal medicine, as well as ultrasound, endoscopy and teaching.

Dr. Luther is married, and shares her home with her husband and four aquariums that are full of a variety of fish in addition to two aquatic frogs. Dr. Luther and her husband share a passion for cycling, spending much of their free time on their bicycles.

Stephen J. Meller, DVM, DACVS

Small Animal 

Dr. Steve Mehler received his DVM from Michigan State University in 2002.  He completed a rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery and a small animal surgery residency at the University of Pennsylvania Veterinary Hospital. Dr. Mehler recently moved to the Rochester area from Michigan State University, where he was faculty of the surgery and intervention radiology services.  He has published in many textbooks and journals on surgical diseases of cats and dogs as well as exotic species. His research and clinical interests include minimally invasive surgery, interventional radiology, medical and surgical interventions in exotics, and surgical diseases of the extrahepatic biliary tract in dogs and cats.

Nicholas J. Millichamp, BSc, PhD, DACVO


Dr. Millichamp graduated from the Royal Veterinary College, University of London in 1978. After working in small animal practice he joined Dr. Keith Barnett at the Animal Health Trust, Newmarket, and Dr. Geoffrey Arden, at the Institute of Ophthalmology, University of London England and spent three years involved in doctoral research on inherited retinal degeneration (progressive retinal atrophy) and retinal surgery in dogs.

He then spent 3 years at the College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida with Dr. Kirk Gelatt and completed a residency in comparative ophthalmology. Dr. Millichamp completed the certification examinations of the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists in 1985 and the Diploma of Veterinary Ophthalmology examination of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons in 1986. He was elected as a diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists in 2004.

From 1986 - 2009, Dr. Millichamp was a staff ophthalmologist at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital, and faculty member in the Department of Small Animal Clinical Studies at Texas A&M University . His clinical and research interests focus on ocular surgery, cataract surgery in the horse, ophthalmic telemedicine, and ocular disease in exotic species.

Currently, he consults for Central Texas Veterinary Ophthalmology in Austin and Houston Texas
Dr. Millichamp has participated in various official activities with the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists in the past 2CV0 years.

He is married to Dr. Joan Dziezyc and has two teenage daughters and several animals. His interest include music, swimming and herpetology.

Mary B. Nabity, DVM, PhD, DACVP

Clinical Pathology

Dr. Nabity completed her undergraduate education at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 1998 and her DVM at Cornell University in 2002. She went on to pursue an internship in small animal medicine and surgery followed by a clinical pathology residency at Texas A&M University. She became board certified as a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Pathologists (clinical pathology) in 2006 and completed a Ph.D. in pathology in 2010. She is currently an Assistant Professor in clinical pathology at Texas A&M with a research focus on urinary proteins in chronic kidney disease.

Allison O'Kell, DVM, MS, DACVIM

Small Animal Internal Medicine

Dr. Allison O’Kell graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada in 2008. She then completed a small animal medicine and surgery internship at the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine (VMRCVM) at Virginia Tech. Following the internship, Dr. O’Kell completed a residency in small animal internal medicine at VMRCVM, along with a Master’s degree in Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences. She achieved Diplomate status with the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine in July of 2012, and then worked as an associate internist at a private referral hospital in Jacksonville, Florida. She currently resides in Gainesville Florida, and is actively involved with online continuing education course development and instruction. Dr. O’Kell has a particular interest in hematologic and immune mediated diseases as well as clinical nephrology. Her interests outside of the veterinary profession include fitness, a variety of outdoor activities, reading, and horseback riding.

Garret Pachtinger, VMD, DACVECC

Small Animal Critical Care

Dr. Garret Pachtinger is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. Following veterinary school, he completed a one year internship in small animal medicine and surgery, a one year internship in emergency and critical care, and a three year residency in emergency and critical care at the University of Pennsylvania, becoming a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care in 2010. After completion of his residency, Dr. Pachtinger joined the Veterinary Specialty and Emergency center in Levittown, Pa. He is actively involved in the ACVECC and is a consultant on the Veterinary Information Network (VIN) for the emergency medicine and internal medicine groups. His research and clinical interests include toxicology, respiratory diseases and mechanical ventilation, management of renal disease, and fluid therapy in critically ill patients. He has published numerous scientific articles, numerous book chapters, and lectures internationally.

Scott Rizzo, DVM, MS, DACVIM

Small Animal Internal Medicine

Originally an accountant, Dr. Scott Rizzo realized banking wasn't for him. His professional interests include pancreatitis, novel cancer therapies, Cushings disease, and non-invasive diagnostic methods.

Born and raised in Louisville, Dr. Rizzo is a fan of University of Louisville sports. He plays golf, racquetball and enjoys bowling as well as spending time with his wife, kids, a border collie named Lady and a betta fish named Fish Stick Senior.

Jefferey P. Simmons, DVM, MS, DACVECC

Critical Care

Dr. Jeff Simmons is a Mississippi native, born and raised around Gulfport, MS. He went to the University of Southern Mississippi for his BS in Biology and English. From there, he went to Mississippi State University for his DVM degree. Following graduation, he moved to North Alabama to work in a mixed animal practice. During this time, he decided that his favorite cases were the emergencies and the severely critical patients.

At that time, he decided to try and further his training in those cases. He was accepted into Auburn University's residency program into Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care under Drs. Dougie Macintire and Jim Wohl. During his residency, he also pursued a Master's degree in Biomedical Science. He remained at Auburn as a clinical instructor following the completion of his residency. Following his tenure at Auburn, he accepted a position at Purdue University as a clinical instructor. He is currently part of a specialty hospital in Salt Lake City.

His research interests include renal physiology and pathophysiology, sepsis, shock, and infectious diseases. Beyond veterinary medicine, he is attempting to learn to ski and play ice hockey. Both of these activities are proving quite difficult for a native of the Deep South.

Ian Spiegel, DVM, MPH, DACVD


Dr. Ian Spiegel graduated from Muhlenberg College with a Bachelors of Science (Biology/Philosophy double major) in 1996. He attended The Johns Hopkins School of Public Health and Hygiene, where he graduated with a Master in Health Science (Public Health) in 1998. Dr. Spiegel then attended the University of Pennsylvania, School of Veterinary Medicine and graduated in 2002. He completed a one year Internship in Small Animal Medicine & Surgery at Cornell University in 2003. After this, he completed a Residency in Dermatology at the University of California, School of Veterinary Medicine in Davis, California in 2005. He then became a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Dermatology (ACVD).

Currently, Dr. Spiegel is the Department Head for the Dermatology and Allergy Service at the Veterinary Specialty and Emergency Center (VSEC), a 24 hr Emergency and Referral Hospital in Langhorne, PA ( and Animerge, a 24/7 Animal Emergency and Specialty Care hospital located in Raritan, NJ ( Prior to his current places of employment, Dr. Spiegel was the Department Head for the Dermatology and Allergy Service for the largest privately owned veterinary hospital in the United States, with a general medicine and surgery practice, 24-hour emergency and critical care service, and specialty practice.

He served as the Vice-President for the Class of 2002 at the University of Pennsylvania, School of Veterinary Medicine, from 1998-2002. Dr. Spiegel is a member of several veterinary-related associations, including the American College of Veterinary Dermatology (ACVD), American Academy of Veterinary Dermatology (AAVD), the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), American Academy of Dermatology (AAD), and numerous other local organizations.
Dr. Spiegel is the author and co-author of published scientific papers on several topics. He has lectured for several veterinary medical groups and meetings. Dr. Spiegel has also attended and lectured at meetings internationally. His veterinary-related interests include otology, pyoderma, managing allergies, auto-immune skin disease, parasitology, and dermatology-related pharmacology (topical and oral therapies).

He was honored with a Resident Research Award for Clinical Science by the ACVD in 2005. He is a member of the Phi Zeta veterinary honor society. He is also a member of Phi Beta Kappa, an honors society for recognition of high attainments in liberal scholarship.

Jean-Yin Tan, DVM, DACVIM

Large Animal Internal Medicine

Dr. Tan graduated from Cornell University in 2005. She went on to complete an internship at Mid-Atlantic Equine Medical Center in NJ and a large animal internal medicine residency at the University of Minnesota. She spent a year at UC Davis completing an Equine Primary Care fellowship and is now working in New Jersey. Dr. Tan has publications in journals including the American Journal of Veterinary Research and the Canadian Veterinary Journal and has spoken at various local conferences as well as ACVIM Forum. Her interests include neonatology, respiratory disease, and gastroenterology. She has experience with all large animals as well as horses!

Karen Vernau, DVM, MAS, DACVIM


Dr. Karen Vernau hails from Toronto. She received her DVM from the Ontario Veterinary College at the University of Guelph in 1991. After graduation, she worked in small animal practice in suburban Ontario for one year, before moving to Sydney, Australia with her Australian born veterinary clinical pathologist husband. In Sydney, she worked in two small animal practices until 1994, when she moved to California in order to complete a Neurology/Neurosurgery residency at UC Davis. She achieved American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (Neurology) specialty certification in 1997. In 2006, she completed a master’s degree in clinical research at the UC Davis School of Medicine. She is currently an Assistant Clinical Professor of Neurology/Neurosurgery at UC Davis. Dr. Vernau has authored numerous publications and book chapters and presented at many conferences. Her research interests include inflammatory brain disease, cerebrospinal fluid, myasthenia gravis, metabolic encephalopathies, and brain tumors. Dr. Vernau has a menagerie consisting of 3 humans (1 husband, 2 children), two mixed-breed dogs (Bessie and Joey), an Abyssinian cat (Rojo) and two rabbits (Tanner and Mandy).

Laura, Waitt, DVM, DACVIM, LA-IM

Large Animal Internal Medicine

Dr. Waitt received her DVM cum laudefrom Washington State University in 2003. She completed an internship in Equine Medicine and Surgery at Kansas State University in 2004. She completed her Equine Internal Medicine Residency at Oregon State University in 2007. She is currently working in specialty private practice in Washinton State. She has interest in horses as well as camelids!

Michael D. Willard, DVM, MS, DACVIM

Small Animal Internal Medicine

Dr. Willard is a small animal internist at Texas A&M University with a special emphasis on gastroenterology, endoscopy, pancreatology, and hepatology. Dr. Willard has received several awards for teaching excellence since 1987, among them the 1994 National Norden Award. In addition, he has numerous clinical presentations and has conducted some research in gastroenteric problems. Dr. Willard is a past Secretary of the specialty of Internal Medicine and a past President of the Comparative Gastroenterology Society. He serves as a reviewer for several veterinary journals. He has contributed numerous journal articles and several monographs and book chapters.

What's in Store for Veterinary Answers? 

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  • Continuing education seminars - We can provide a speaker for your next event or staff meeting.
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  • Research - As veterinarians on the front line, you are the first to see cases of emerging diseases, trends in antibiotic resistance, clusters of immune-mediated or neoplastic diseases.  We can work together to address trends more quickly.