About Veterinary Answers


Jennifer S. Fryer, DVM - Internal Medicine

Courtney Baetge, DVM, DACVA - Anesthesia

Lisa Cellio, DVM, DACVIM - Small Animal Internal Medicine

Laurie B. Cook, DVM, DACVIM - Neurology

Joan Dzeizyc, DVM, DAVCO - Ophthalmology

Stuart Feldman, R.Ph, FACVP - Pharmacy

Gwen B. Flinchum, MAg., DVM, DABVP - Avian

Douglas W. Folland, DVM, DABVP - Avian

Michael Garvey, DVM, DACVIM - Small Animal Internal Medicine
DACVECC - Small Animal Critical Care

Kathy E. Graf, DVM, DACVIM - Small Animal Internal Medicine

Jennifer E. Graham DVM, DACZM, DABVP - Avian & Exotic Companion Mammal

Chelsea Greenberg, DVM, MS - Oncology

Daniel H. Johnson, DVM, DABVP - Exotic Companion Mammals

Eric Klaphake, DVM, Diplomate ACZS and Diplomate ABVP - Avian

Gregg Kortz, DVM, DACVIM - Neurology

Linda E. Luther, DVM, MVSc, DACVIM - Small Animal Internal Medicine

Stephen J. Mehler, DVM, DACVS (Small Animal)

Nicholas Millichamp, Bsc, PhD, DACVO - Ophthalmology

Mary B. Nabity, DVM, PhD, DACVP

Allison O'Kell, DVM, MS, DACVIM- Small Animal Internal Medicine

Garret Pachtinger, VMD, DACVECC - Small Animal Critical Care

Christopher J. Reeder, DVM, DACVD - Dermatology

Alisa Reniker, DVM, DACVECC - Critical Care

Jeffery P. Simmons, DVM, MS, DACVECC - Critical Care

Ian Spiegel, VMD, MPH, Diplomate ACVD - Dermatology

Jean-Yin Tan, DVM, DACVIM - Large Animal Internal Medicine

Karen Vernau, DVM, MAS, DACVIM - Neurology

Laura Waitt, DVM, DACVIM (LA-IM) - Large Animal Internal Medicine

Michael D Willard, DVM, MS, DACVIM

About Veterinary Answers

Veterinary Answers was founded by Dr. Jennifer Fryer in order to provide veterinarians with rapid, polite, confidential access to specialists.

Before her residency in internal medicine at Texas A&M University, Dr. Fryer worked as a feline practitioner, emergency veterinarian, and relief veterinarian in and around Houston, Texas. It was during those few years when she learned that the ideal standard of care veterinarians are taught in school does not always match the limitations faced in the real world. Upon returning to academia for her residency, Dr. Fryer found that one of her favorite aspects of the residency was doing phone consultations with veterinarians. Having been on her own trying to figure out what to do next with a case, she truly enjoyed the learning process involved with figuring out a tough case with veterinarians. She continued to do referring veterinarian consultations while working as an internist in a private practice referral clinic.

Although well-intentioned, fitting in consults during a busy day with no written follow-up or accountability for the quality of the advice offered did not provide anyone with an assurance of a high standard of care. Dr. Fryer founded Veterinary Answers to offer veterinarians a service dedicated solely to helping their patients and their practice thrive.

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