George Daniel, DVM, Associate Veterinarian
BS, St. George's University
Departments: Emergency/Critical Care
Dr. George Daniel is originally from the twin Island republic of Trinidad and Tobago in the Caribbean. He attended St. George's University for both his bachelors and graduate veterinary degrees. In 2005 after completing 12 months of final year clinical training at Auburn University, Alabama; he moved north to beautiful New England.
Dr. Daniel worked in a small animal practice for the next 3 years in Massachusetts. During that period he completed a 20 month stint at the Emergency & Referral Clinic at The VCA Boston Road Animal Hospital. He then moved back to the Caribbean from early 2008 to late 2009 to serve the government of Trinidad and Tobago as a veterinary officer in mixed animal practice. Adding to his repertoire, Dr. Daniel came back to the States and worked several years at VCA Montgomery Road Animal Hospital in wellness medicine. Presently, Dr. Daniel proudly returned to VCA Boston Road Animal Hospital where he practices in Emergency medicine.
Special Interests: Shelter Medicine and Public Health
Dr. Daniel has had substantial shelter medicine experience thus far in his young career, having worked closely with a number of not for profit animal shelters and organizations both in the Caribbean and the United States. After having completed the 27th European Course in Tropical Epidemiology in Heidelberg, Germany; George has had a renewed special interest in public health, internal medicine and sauerkraut ;)