“I am thrilled to know that there’s finally someplace I feel confident to take my pets to in case of an emergency. A+ 5 stars!!!” – Donah, AVES Emergency Client
Austin Veterinary Emergency and Specialty Center’s 24/7/365 emergency veterinary hospital is keeping up with the community’s growing need for immediate, emergency pet care. We are pleased to announce the newest emergency veterinarian to join our team of talented and compassionate doctors, Dr. Kathryn McCutcheon.
We are so excited to have Dr. McCutcheon join the AVES team on June 13. Dr. McCutcheon brings to AVES impressive expertise in emergency veterinary medicine and shares our dedication to quality pet care.
Adding Dr. McCutcheon to our team of emergency veterinarians will allow AVES to expand our 24/7/365 emergency pet care availability, continuing to provide immediate assistance for our clients in their time of need.
Learn more about AVES newest emergency doctor, Dr. McCutcheon:
Dr. McCutcheon has lived a variety of places ranging from Alaska to Brazil! She began her undergraduate education at the University of Alaska and earned her Bachelors of Science from Middle Tennessee State University. She obtained her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Illinois. Dr. McCutcheon continued her veterinary education by completing a one-year, small animal rotating internship at Pittsburgh Veterinary Specialty and Emergency Center. She traded in the hills and bridges of Pittsburgh for the beautiful beaches of South Carolina where she practiced as an emergency veterinarian. When the opportunity to move to the live music capital of the world presented itself, she jumped on it!
She shares her home with two miniature pinschers: Lita Marie, the crazy pants, and Dennis Andrew, the sweet disaster; as well as three cats: Jasmin Esmeralda, Tucker Morgan, and Baby Girl. Her clinical interests include dentistry, geriatric medicine, and autoimmune disease. She enjoys spending time outdoors and looks forward to soaking up all the sun and song that Austin has to offer!
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