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VCA SouthPaws Veterinary Specialists & Emergency

VCA SouthPaws Veterinary Specialists & Emergency

8500 Arlington Blvd | Fairfax, VA 22031

Call 703-662-5482
Monday 24hr
Tuesday 24hr
Wednesday 24hr
Thursday 24hr
Friday 24hr
Saturday 24hr
Sunday 24hr
  • 24/7 Emergency
  • Specialists available Mon - Fri
  • On premises ultrasounds and mri
  • Board Certified Veterinarians
  • 24-Hour Vet
  • Emergency Veterinary Clinic
  • Veterinarians
  • Veterinary Euthanasia
  • Veterinary Medical Specialties
  • Veterinary Surgery
  • Veterinary Vaccinations
  • New Pet Initial Visit
  • Physical Exam
Description

For over 20 years, VCA SouthPaws Veterinary Specialists & 24-hour Emergency Center has been serving the metropolitan DC community 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Our board-certified veterinarians provide the best specialty and emergency care for pets and their owners throughout Northern Virginia (including Falls Church, Vienna, Annandale, Burke, and McLean), Washington DC, and Montgomery County, MD. Founded in 1995 by three left-handed doctors, VCA SouthPaws Veterinary Specialists and Emergency Center is uniquely qualified to address major, life-threatening, challenging or difficult health problems in pets. Our specialists have undergone two to four years of advanced training following completion of their veterinary doctoral degree. VCA SouthPaws specialists provide care in our surgery, oncology, internal medicine, radiology, neurology/neurosurgery, ophthalmology, dermatology, and CritiCare departments. Our Pet Rehabilitation service is operated by dedicated accredited orthopedic and sports medicine physical therapists, “a real physical therapist”, not someone who took a quick seminar. Our CritiCare department offers twenty-four hour admissions for urgent, critical or emergency patients, and provides continuous care including weekends and holidays. Our hospital's compassionate and expert medical team has years of experience in companion animal medicine, and they are dedicated to one thing -- helping your pets get well.

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George Siemering
George Siemering

Chief of Staff
DVM, Ohio State University
Departments: Surgery

Chief of Staff, Head of Surgery Department, Founder of SouthPaws

DVM, The Ohio State University
Internship: Private Practice (small animal & equine)
Residency: Surgery (soft tissue and orthopedic)
University of Pennsylvania
Special Interests/Expertise: Orthopedics, Laparoscopy/minimally invasive surgery.

Pets: Roger, a 13 year old Jack Russell Terrier.

Personal Facts: Bud grew up outside of Cincinnati, Ohio. He served as a member of the Board of Veterinary Medicine for the State of Virginia from 2002 until 2008 (appointed by the governor). He's also the past-president of the Veterinary Specialty Practice Alliance. When Dr. Siemering is not being a surgeon, he is a formally trained gourmet chef, an airplane pilot, and enjoys photography, traveling and glass art.

Member of the VCA Southpaws Veterinary Specialists & Emergency Center team since October 1995.

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Sarah Sheafor
Sarah Sheafor

Medical Director
DVM, Michigan State University
Certifications: American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine/Oncology
Departments: Oncology

Medical Director, Chief of Oncology
BS, Michigan State University
DVM, Michigan State University
Internship: North Carolina State University
Residency: Ohio State University, Medical Oncology & Internal Medicine
Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine '" Oncology

Special Interests/Expertise: Diagnostic and therapeutic medical oncology, pain management, maximizing quality of life for cancer patients, transfusion medicine, infectious diseases, hematology.

Research/Lectures/Publications: Founding member of the Animal Cancer Institute/Animal Clinical Investigations performing clinical research in novel therapeutic agents. Lecturer for many local and regional veterinary societies, veterinary technicians, and veterinary students. Published in many veterinary journals.

Pets: Beatrice, a 12 year old Jack Russell Terrier who was abandoned as a 9 month old puppy due to severe separation anxiety (she's now a pretty good dog); and Maude, a 5 year old jack russell terrier who was brought to SouthPaws by a rescue group with multiple pelvic fractures. She's all fixed up now and one day, she will be a pretty good dog, too.

Neville and Harriet '" sibling tabby cats who were adopted as dumpster-diving stray kittens in the summer of 2008. Both are volunteer blood donors at SouthPaws now that they're full grown hellions.

Personal Facts: Sarah grew up spending her school months in Baltimore, MD, and the summers in Northern Michigan. She still loves to travel (especially internationally), and enjoys reading, history, cooking, ethnic foods, and gardening.

Member of the VCA SouthPaws' Team since: 07/1997.

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Daniel Brehm
Daniel Brehm

Vmd, University of Pennsylvania
Certifications: American College of Veterinary Surgeons
Departments: Surgery

Vmd, University of Pennsylvania
Internship: University of Pennsylvania
Residency: University of Pennsylvania
Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Surgeons

Special Interests/Expertise: Oncologic and soft tissue surgery, minimally invasive surgery, plastic and reconstructive surgery.

Research/Lectures/Publications: Dan has lectured and published on gastric dilatation-volvulus syndrome in dogs, and peripheral nerve sheath tumors in dogs.

Pets: Daphne, a 5 year old female yellow Labrador Retriever; Deacon, a 2 year old male yellow Lab; Chloe an old fat cat; and Snaggles, a recently adopted black cat.

Personal Facts: Dan moved around some while growing up, but his favorite place was the Lac du Poisson Blanc, in Quebec. Dan enjoys Star Trek and the Simpsons, playing ice hockey, and spending lots of great time with family.

Member of the SouthPaws' Team since: 1996

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Nancy Bromberg
Nancy Bromberg

Vmd, University of Pennsylvania
Certifications: American College of Veterinary Ophthalmology
Departments: Ophthalmology

Vmd, University of Pennsylvania, 1978
Internship: Private Practice
Residency /Masters: National Institutes of Health fellowship in Comparative Ophthalmology, University of Florida
Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Ophthalmology

Special Interests/Expertise: Inherited ocular diseases, cataract and corneal surgery, reconstructive surgery.

Pets: Several dogs.

Personal Facts: Nancy has been practicing ophthalmology in the greater DC area for 28 years. She enjoys boating on the Chesapeake, traveling and wildlife photography (especially in Africa). She volunteers her expertise at the Washington Animal Rescue League and the National Zoo. Dr. Bromberg sponsors a Massai girl, so she can stay in school.

Member of the VCA SouthPaws' Team since: 10/2003.

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Sara Brown Vachher
Sara Brown Vachher

DVM, Atlantic Veterinary College, Prince Edward Island
Certifications: American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care
Departments: Emergency/Critical Care

BSc: McGill University, Quebec, 1999
DVM: Atlantic Veterinary College, Prince Edward Island, 2004
Internship: Affiliated Animal Care, Chesapeake VA, 2004-5
Residency: VCA Veterinary Referral Associates, Gaithersburg MD, 2005 to 2008
Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care

Special Interests/Expertise: Shock, fluid therapy and transfusion medicine, toxicities, pain management and intensive management of the critical patient.

Pets: Damien, an affectionate and hungry buff cat who runs the house.

Personal Facts: Sara was born and raised in Eastern Canada. She moved to the U.S. in 2004 and has settled in Washington, D.C. She enjoys traveling, exploring D.C. and sampling its many restaurants, and spending time with her family and friends.

Sara has been a member of the VCA Southpaws Veterinary Specialists & Emergency Center team since May 2011.

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Heather Hoch
Heather Hoch

DVM, Kansas State University
Certifications: American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine
Departments: Internal Medicine

BS, Kansas State University
DVM, Kansas State University, 2004
Internship: Auburn University
Residency: Louisiana State University
Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine

Special Interest/Expertise: I like it all! Especially Renal disease, Endocrine disorders, Immune mediated disease

Publications:

Canine & Feline Dirofilariasis: Life Cycle, Pathophysiology & Diagnosis
Compendium, Continuing Education for Veterinarians, March 2008

Canine & Feline Dirofilariasis: Prophylaxis, Treatment, & Complications of Treatment
Compendium, Continuing Education for Veterinarians, March 2008

Pets:

Minus: A 15 year old Miniature Schnauzer. I adopted Minus from a family in my home town. She had been owned by two families before I adopted her. She is defiantly the alpha dog of my pack and keeps everyone in line.

Autumn and Macie (Wowzers: Schnauzer/Westie cross). Each 5 years old. I adopted 'double and trouble'� when they were only 9 weeks old. Their previous owner had purchased them to be companions for their older dog, but the older dog despised them, so was looking for a new home for them. Initially I was only going to keep one, but after one night, I could not part with either one of them.

Personal Facts: I grew up in a small town in Kansas. My grandparents owned/operated a dairy farm, where I spent a lot of time in the Summer. I knew that I wanted to be a Veterinarian since I was a little girl. I feel fortunate to have the best job in the world. Outside of working, I like to spend time with my family and friends, travel and spend time outdoors.

Member of the VCA SouthPaws' Team since: 08/2007.

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Michael Knoeckel
Michael Knoeckel

DVM, Colorado State University
Certifications: American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine
Departments: Neurology

Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine '" Neurology
BS, University of Colorado
DVM, Colorado State University
Internship: Private Practice
Residency: Medical and Surgical Neurology, University of California '" Davis

Special Interests/Expertise: Intracranial surgery for treatment of brain tumors and hydrocephalus, M.R.I evaluations of neurologic disease, spinal surgery

Pets: Bogie and Spencer, two Australian shepherds and Jefferson a irrepressible labrador

Personal Facts: Mike loved horseback riding while growing up in Colorado. He still rides whenever he goes back west, but also enjoys motorcycles, scuba diving, traveling, playing the fiddle and harmonica, and very nice red wines.

Member of the VCA SouthPaws' Team since: 09/2000.

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Matthew Nelson
Matthew Nelson

DVM, Michigan State University
Certifications: America College of Veterinary Radiology
Departments: Diagnostic Imaging

BS, Hope College
DVM, Michigan State University
Internship: VCA Southpaws
Residency: Radiology, University of Georgia
Diplomate, America College of Veterinary Radiology

Special Interests/Expertise: Ultrasonography, computed tomography, radiology

Pets: Admiral Beaumont von Barkington, an adult mixed-breed dog, rescued as a puppy from a shelter that was being closed due to lack of funding.

Personal Facts: Matt is a native of Grand Rapids, Michigan. He enjoys cycling, running, sailing, and just about anything outdoors. Other interests include, cooking, restoration projects, and woodworking, and he has recently completed his second bamboo bike frame. In his free time, he is most happy spending time with his family.

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Jeff Norton
Jeff Norton

DVM, Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine
Certifications: American College of Veterinary Surgeons
Departments: Surgery

B.S. Animal Science, B.S. Biology - Virginia Tech
DVM, Virginia - Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine
Internship: Small Animal Medicine and Surgery - Mississippi State University
Surgical Internship: Dallas Veterinary Surgery Center
Residency: VCA All-Care Animal Referral Center, Fountain Valley, CA
Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Surgeons

Special Interests/Expertise:

Stifle Surgery (cruciate ligament reconstruction, patellar repair, etc.)
Co-inventor of the V.I.D. Universal T.P.L.O. plate (used for cruciate repair).
Arthroscopy and soft tissue surgery.
Research/Lectures/Publications: Jeff has done research into elbow dysplasia, capital-physeal fracture repair in cats, and Achilles tendon repair. He has given many lectures on canine elbow dysplasia, cranial cruciate ligament repair, physical therapy, gastric dilatation and volvulus, acute pain management, and surgical assisting.

Pets: The Norton family is a zoo. It is home to one very needy corgi-mixed breed dog, two cats, a Russian tortoise, multiple fresh water fish, and multiple rats. The back yard is turning into a wildlife habitat with frequent visits from deer, foxes, raccoons, and multiple species of birds including barn owls and a sharp shin hawk.

Personal Facts: Jeff grew up in Fredericksburg, Virginia and is thrilled to be back in the area. Outside of SouthPaws, he enjoys golf, fishing, going to football and baseball games, bird watching, and working in the yard.

Member of the VCA SouthPaws' Team since 2008. He is a board certified veterinary surgeon.

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Cynthia Sloan
Cynthia Sloan

DVM, Washington State University
Certifications: American College of Veterinary Radiology
Departments: Diagnostic Imaging

Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Radiology
BS, Le Tourneau University
DVM, Washington State University
Residency: Radiology, University of Missouri and Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists

Special Interests/Expertise: Ultrasonography, CT scanning and interpretation, nuclear medicine, contrast radiography.

Pets: I must confess I'm smitten by cats in mittens! Smoochie is the tuxedo love of my life; Ying is my sassy-pants calico. I'm currently holding at two kit kats but there's always room for more isn't there?

Personal Interests: My refreshing comes in the form of any physical activity. Biking, weight training and snow skiing are my current habits. I love digging in the dirt and planting things but am just a horticulturist want to-be. I love my church, a good campfire and fast cars. I am honored to volunteer my time at the Washington National Zoo. It has provided a great opportunity to ultrasound many different species and many interesting cases. But I especially love helping the animals and the people I see at SouthPaws.

Member of the VCA SouthPaws' Team since: 08/2003.

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Lauren R. Talarico
Lauren R. Talarico

DVM, Cornell University
Certifications: American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine/Neurology

BS, Bucknell University
DVM, Cornell Univeristy
Internship: University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine
Residency: Cornell University
Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine, Neurology

Special Interests/Expertise: Surgical management of cranial cervical junction malformations (Chiari-like malformations and atlanto-occipital overlapping), spinal surgery, medical management of autoimmune and infectious brain disease, and M.R.I. analysis

Research/Lectures/Publications: Published in Veterinary Surgery and Journal of Small Animal Practice. Book chapters include: Intracranial Neoplasia in Veterinary Surgery: Small Animal; Polyradiculoneuritis and Lysosomal Storage Diseases in the Clinical Veterinary Advisor: Dogs and Cats; and Non-Infectious/Inflammatory Disease of the Central Nervous System in Kirk�s Current Veterinary Therapy Volume XV.

Pets: Raesynette, the chocolate Labrador whose tail never stops wagging and Acadia, the extremely intelligent and good looking Greater Swiss Mountain dog.

Personal Facts: Lauren grew up in the southern New Jersey beach area and loves the beach. After spending seven years between veterinary school and residency in chilly upstate New York she is looking forward to the warm Virginia weather. Lauren loves running, playing the violin, hiking with her two dogs, and travelling.

Member of the SouthPaws Team since 7/20/12

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Robert L. Toal, Jr.
Robert L. Toal, Jr.

DVM, University of Georgia
Certifications: American College of Veterinary Radiology
Departments: Diagnostic Imaging

DVM, University of Georgia
MS, University of Georgia
Internship: Private Practice
Residency: Radiology, University of Georgia
Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Radiology

Special Interests/Expertise: Ultrasonography, M.R.I., radiology.

Research/Lectures/Publications: Bob is the author of more than 80 scientific publications about small and large animal imaging.

Pets: Buddy, a 9 year old American Rat Terrier, and Dolly, a 3 year old white West Highland Terrier. Both were adopted from shelters.

Personal Facts: A native of Northern Virginia, Bob taught radiology, ultrasonography and nuclear medicine at Mississippi State University and at the University of Tennessee before coming to VCA SouthPaws. As a veterinary radiologist, he has interpreted over 4000 MRIs. He enjoys postcard collecting, spending time with his family, and home restoration.

Member of the VCA SouthPaws' Team since: 01/2001.

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Brock McGee
Brock McGee

DVM, North Carolina State University
Departments: Emergency/Critical Care

BS, Animal Science, North Carolina State University
DVM, North Carolina State University, 2004
Internship: Angell Animal Medical Center-Western New England, Springfield, MA 2004 to 2005

Pets: Whitney: 9 year old domestic short hair. She has been with me since she was 6 months old when she was adopted from a rural North Carolina shelter. Bob: 4 year old Boston Terrier/Pug mix. He was adopted during my internship when he was found as a stray with a harness embedded into his neck.

Personal Facts: Brock is a native of Hickory, North Carolina. He enjoys outdoor activities, country music, horseback riding, and vacationing with his friends.

Member of the VCA SouthPaws' Team since: 2008.

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Alicia Montgomery
Alicia Montgomery

DVM, Ohio State University

BS, Molecular Biology and Physiology, Marshall University
DVM, The Ohio State University
Internship: VCA SouthPaws

Special Interests/Expertise: Emergency Medicine and Critical Care

Pets: Titus (the nearly-hairless Pit Bull) '" adopted as a 'Good Sam' dog that came in on her emergency rotation during vet school with a broken leg '" he recovered well after his leg was repaired and after 1 year, they ran two 5K's together!

Personal Facts: Alicia is a native of Ohio and remains an avid Ohio State University football fan. She also enjoys spending time outdoors, reading, cooking, and, of course, cuddling with Titus. Eventually, she hopes to revive some much-neglected hobbies including scuba diving, softball, singing (think choir, not American Idol!), golfing, and gardening.

Member of the VCA SouthPaws' Team since: 06/2009.

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Jennifer O'Keefe
Jennifer O'Keefe

DVM, Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine
Departments: Emergency/Critical Care

BS, Michigan State University
DVM, VA-MD Regional College of Veterinary Medicine
Residency: Emergency Medicine and Critical Care

Special Interests/Expertise: Feline obstructive uropathies, heat stroke, sepsis and emergency care.

Pets: MacGyver, an 8 year old huge furry mix, Ozzie, a year old smaller fuzzy mix dog and a year old cat.

Personal Facts: Jen grew up right here in Northern Virginia. She enjoys hiking and camping with the dogs, spending time with her family, and long distance biking.

Member of the VCA SouthPaws' Team since: 02/2003.

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Daniel Balogh
Daniel Balogh

VMD, University of Pennsylvania Certifications: American College of Veterinary Surgeons Departments: Surgery





As a northern New Jersey native, Dan is excited to be practicing surgery back on the east coast. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 2009, followed by a one-year small animal rotating internship at the Animal Medical Center in New York City. He spent the next several years obtaining specialized training in all aspects of surgery through the completion of a general surgical internship (soft tissue and orthopedics), a sports medicine and rehabilitation internship, and ultimately a 3-year residency in small animal surgery at the University of Minnesota. He is a board certified specialist in small animal veterinary surgery.
During his extensive training, Dr. Balogh has authored several scientific publications on various topics including a novel intra-articular treatment for canine acl injuries using decellularized flexor tendons. His clinical areas of interest include surgical oncology, urogenital disease, and challenging orthopedic cases.
While Dan grew fond of the Midwest, he is happy to be close to friends, family, and his 14 year old Labrador Maggie. In his spare time, he enjoys cooking, traveling, and spending time as much time as possible outdoors.

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Jennifer Hofer
Jennifer Hofer

Veterinary Specialist
DVM, University of Florida
Certifications: DACVIM/Oncology
mlas, Drexel University
Departments: Oncology

BS, University of Florida
mlas, Drexel University
DVM, University of Florida

Internship: Coral Springs Animal Hospital
Residency: North Carolina State University
Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine, Oncology

Special Interests/Expertise: Dr. Hofer enjoys almost all aspects of oncology but had a particular interest in lymphoma, cytology, maintaining quality of life for cancer patients, radiation therapy, and paraneoplastic syndromes.

Pets: All of Dr. Hofer�s mammals are rescued or adopted including Shep (a 3-legged Shepherd mix), Sarah (a red hound mix), and Bella (an opinionated feline). They round out the menagerie with a leopard tortoise named Munchy, bearded dragon named Puff, and a goldfish named Frank.

Personal Facts: Dr. Hofer was born in New Jersey but grew up near the Fort Lauderdale beach in south Florida. She is a huge Florida Gator fan and eagerly anticipates football season every year. In her spare time she enjoys running, cooking and eating good food, riding motorcycles with her husband Christian, traveling, and reading a good book.

Member of the VCA SouthPaws Veterinary Specialists & Emergency Center team since May 2014.

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Holly Roberts
Holly Roberts

Veterinary Specialist DVM, Auburn University Certifications: American College of Veterinary Departments: Dermatology


BS: University of Kentucky
DVM: Auburn University
Internship: Fifth Avenue Veterinary Specialists, New York, NY
Residency/Masters: Ohio State University

Special interests: Immune-mediated diseases, multi-drug resistant Staphylococcal infections, atopic dermatitis.

Publications:
Roberts HA, Hurcombe sda, Hillier A, et al. Equine intradermal test threshold concentrations for house dust mite and storage mite allergens and identification of stable acari fauna. Vet Dermatol 2014; 25: 124-136.
Lorch W, Calderwood Mays MB, Roberts HA, et al. Sweat Hypersensitivity Induced Urticaria and Sebaceous Adenitis in an American Saddlebred. J Vet Intern Med 2013; 27: 1627-1632.

Personal Facts: I was born and raised in Louisville, KY. Growing up in the great state of Kentucky, I have a particular fondness for horses, the word �y�all� and sweet tea. My favorite activities include running, hiking, traveling, eating copious amounts of food (baked goods are a particular weakness) and binge watching TV shows on rainy days. I also enjoy playing tourist at local attractions and museums while pretending to be a photographer.

Pets: I live with two spoiled felines named Ernie and Igby. I am admittedly a borderline crazy cat lady, and will also show you a million pictures of my boys if you let me.

Member of the VCA SouthPaws Veterinary Specialists & Emergency Center team since February 2016.

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Kathleen Molero
Kathleen Molero

Associate Veterinarian,DVM, Cornell University Departments: Emergency/Critical Care

BS, University of Florida
DVM, Cornell University
Internship, VCA SouthPaws

Special Interests: I enjoy the challenges and variety that emergency medicine brings. I am especially interested in endocrine emergencies and feline obstructive uropathies.

Pets: Limoncello, a rambunctious Cairn Terrier acquired in 2013 when he was just a pup. He had a congenital liver defect (extrahepatic portosystemic shunt) that was corrected surgically at SouthPaws. He has never known that anything was wrong with him!

Personal facts: I grew up in Miami, FL and I realized while completing my Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine in upstate NY that true snowy and gloomy winters were not for me. Virginia has offered a nice balance between cold and sunshine. Outside of work I enjoy outdoor activities (more so in the summer), yoga, drawing/painting, reading, traveling, spending time with family and friends, and, of course, spoiling Cello!

Member of the VCA SouthPaws Veterinary Specialists & Emergency Center team since June 2013.

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Barbara Biller
Barbara Biller

Veterinary Specialist DVM, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Certifications: DACVIM/Oncology PhD, Colorado State University
Departments: Oncology

BS, University of California, San Diego
DVM, University of Wisconsin �" Madison
PhD, Colorado State University
Internship: Colorado State University
Residency: University of Illinois
Diplomate: American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (Oncology)

Special Interests/Expertise: Diagnostic and therapeutic medical oncology, metronomic chemotherapy, tumor immunology, novel immunotherapies for cancer patients.

Research/Lectures/Publications: Currently also an Associate Professor of Oncology at the Flint Animal Cancer Center, Colorado State University where she oversees an active research laboratory, teaches veterinary and graduate students and serves as a lecturer for local and national veterinary societies. She is an author of numerous scholarly articles and book chapters on tumor immunology and cancer in companion animals.

Pets:
Delta (aka �Smalls�) a Border collie who was brought to CSU by a rescue group due to a tarsal fracture when she was about 9 months old back in 2010. She�s all better now and is currently teaching Barb how to help her with the sheep on their 5 acre farm in Colorado.
Lucy, an 8 year old chocolate Labrador retriever - who is super patient with the Border collie and is an excellent hunting dog.
Kitty, an orange and white cat adopted from the local humane society in 2002. She runs the farm.
Assorted chickens and sheep

Personal Facts: Barb grew up primarily in the San Francisco Bay Area but then had to buy much warmer clothing when she went to vet school in Wisconsin. She loves to spend time with her husband and their son and enjoys training for triathlons, camping, and herding sheep with Delta.

Member of the VCA SouthPaws Veterinary Specialists & Emergency Center team since September 2013.

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