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Dr. Carr received his veterinary education at the Ludwig Maximilians University in Munich Germany. After 3 years in practice he returned to the US to complete an internship at the University of Missouri-Columbia and a medicine residency at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Since then he has worked as an emergency clinician, telemedicine consultant with Dr. Larry Tilley and traveling endoscopist before moving to Saskatoon. He is a professor of small animal medicine in the Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine. His main areas of interest are hard to pin down other than it is all clinically relevant. He is widely published in the US and Europe and is co-editor of three books. He has worked on a variety of disorders that affect cats including constipation where he introduced the concept of using PEG 3350 via NE tube to disimpact acutely impacted cats. He also has done considerable work on refiing blood pressure measurement in cats in order to correctly diagnose hypertension in cats especially.


Small Animal Clinical Sciences
Western College of Veterinary Medicine
52 Campus Drive
SK S7N 5B4

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