Dr. Matthew Cantrell, CCRP
Above all, I want to be a positive force on my community and surroundings. The way that I am most comfortable being this force is by helping animals, and helping their people understand how best to take care of them. I believe that the more a pet owner knows about pet-related diseases and how to prevent them, the better that person will be equipped to provide their furry family member a longer and better life. And the longer a pet is around, the longer it provides stress-relief and an outlet for the love each of us have within us. It's a wonderful cycle!
- Graduate of Avon High School, 2002
- BS in Animal Science, Purdue University (Highest Distinction), 2006
- DVM Purdue College of Veterinary Medicine, 2010
- Certified Feline Practitioner, 2014
- Vet-Stem: Regenerative Stem Cell Introduction and Orthopedic Use Credentialing Course, 2015
- Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner(CCRP), University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine, 2015