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Dr. DJ Smith

 

Sunday, September 11, 2016.

Dr. DJ Smith obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from St. Lawrence University in Northern New York State and obtained his Doctorate Degree in Veterinary Medicine from Cornell University in 2002. He has worked as a small animal veterinarian in several quality hospitals including a large VCA practice in Honolulu, Hawaii, where he served as their Medical Director. Dr. Smith’s interests include orthopedic and soft tissue surgery and ultrasonography. He enjoys hiking, fishing, hunting, and everything Montana has to offer!

Additional Training:

  • Advanced Spinal Surgery – July 2014
  • TPLO Surgery for ACL Injury – March 2014
  • North American Veterinary Conference – January 2013
  • North American Veterinary Conference – January 2011
  • Penn Hip Certification Course – January 2011
  • BFAH Oncology Continuing Education Seminar – July 2010
  • AO North America Advanced Techniques in Small Animal Fracture Repair – April 2010
  • BFAH Dentistry Continuing Education Seminar – August 2009
  • American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) Annual Conference – March 2009
  • AO North America Principles of Small Animal Fracture Management – August 2007
  • AAHA Annual Conference – March 2007
  • American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) Continuing Education Conference – July 2006
  • VCA Antech Gastroenterology Continuing Education Seminar – April 2006
  • Western Veterinary Conference – February 2006
  • AAHA Annual Conference – March 2005
  • AAHA Ultrasound Laboratory – March 2005
  • Alameda County Veterinary Medical Association: Ophthalmology – October 2003
  • Alameda County Veterinary Medical Association: Oral Tumors in Dogs and Cats – October 2003
  • Alameda County Veterinary Medical Association: Head and Neck Surgery – October 2003
  • Alameda County Veterinary Medical Association: 10 Pearls on Internal Medicine – May 2003
  • Alameda County Veterinary Medical Association: Acute Abdomen – April 2003
  • AAHA Annual Conference – March 2003