Dr. Kurt Schulz served for nine years as an associate professor of small animal surgery at the University of California, Davis, CA. He was Chief of Surgery at the UC Davis Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital for four years and the head of small animal orthopedic research.
He is a graduate of Cornell University and completed his residency at Virginia Tech. Dr. Schulz is a co-author of Small Animal Surgery, Small Animal Arthroscopy, and The Pet Lovers Guide to Joint Disease and Osteoarthritis and has published sixty-five peer reviewed scientific articles. He has also served on the veterinary faculty of Texas A&M University and was a veterinarian in the United States Peace Corps serving in the mountains and deserts of Morocco. Dr. Schulz has served on the examination committee for the ACVS and is an international speaker on small animal surgery. He lead an international program focused on outcomes, measures and evidence based medicine in small animal orthopedics. He lives in Burlington, Vermont with his wife and their two sons.
Cornell University Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
Virginia Tech Residency
Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Surgeons Board Certified in Veterinary Surgery