Daniel Foy

Internal medicine has been an attraction for me since veterinary school as this discipline provides challenging problems, interesting techniques, and committed owners.

Frequently, internal medicine requires an ongoing collaboration between the veterinarian and a pet’s owner(s) to determine not only the root of an underlying issue, but also how best to approach a diagnosed condition. I enjoy meeting with owners and working toward our common goal of an improved quality of life for a beloved member of the family.

Education
D.V.M. – Tufts University
M.S. – University of Virginia

Advanced Clinical Training
Small Animal Internal Medicine Residency, University of Wisconsin Emergency and Critical Care Fellowship, University of Wisconsin

Board Certification
Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine, Small Animal Internal Medicine
Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care

Clinical Interests
Respiratory disease, critical care and transfusion medicine, renal injury/disease

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