The Tiny Truths About Small Animal Neonatal Veterinary Care
Neonates are just little dogs and cats. This program can help you provide great diagnostic and treatment plans to help the tiniest patients. With more dogs and cats coming to your practice through rescue groups and breeders, this is essential information for you to know.
Marthina Greer, DVM, JD
Dr. Marty Greer received her Bachelor of Science in 1978, her DVM in 1981 from Iowa State University and her JD in 2010 from Marquette Law School.
Dr. Greer and her husband Dr. Dan Griffiths own Veterinary Village and International Canine Semen Bank WI-IL. She has a special interest in pediatrics, small animal reproduction, and behavior. In addition, they raise and show Pembroke Welsh Corgis, Danish-Swedish Farmdogs (and Bengal cats in the past). Her family has raised six puppies for Canine Companions for Independence, a service dog organization. Dr. Greer is Director of Veterinary Services at Revival Animal Health, a catalog company. She practices law part-time with her law partner Sheila Kessler at Animal Legal Resources, LLC. Dr. Greer’s passion is to educate clients and keep puppies and kittens healthy.