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David G. Pugh

Director, Al Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory System

Auburn University

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Auburn University

241 South College Street

Auburn, Alabama,36830

United States

Company Description

Auburn University was established in 1856 as the East Alabama Male College, 20 years after the city of Auburn's founding. In 1872, under the Morrill Act, the school became the first land-grant college in the South and was renamed the Agricultural and Mechanica...more

Background Information

Employment History

Director

Alabama State Diagnostic Laboratory System, Department of Agriculture and Industries, Al


Director of Operations and Project Veterinarian

AUESPP


Affiliations

Society for Theriogenology

Member


The Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries

SFT Member


American College of Veterinary Nutrition

Various Committees


American Association of Small Ruminant Practitioners

Various Committees


American Association of Equine Practitioners

Member, Various Committees


College of Theriogenology

Various Committees


American Academy of Veterinary Parasitologists

Various Committees


National Research Council

Various Committees


American College of Theriogenologists

Various Committees


Nutrient Requirement Committee

Various Committees


Education

American College of Nutrition


American College of Theriogenology


American College of Veterinary Microbiology


American College of Veterinary Nutrition


DVM


DVM degree

University of Georgia


MS Degree

nutrition

University of Georgia


master's degree

Agricultural Entomology

Auburn


post DVM training

Texas A & M University


post DVM training

Texas A&M University


post DVM training

Virginia Tech


Web References(93 Total References)


Guest Contributor: My Favorite Mule is a Hinny! - Part 4

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Dr. David Pugh, Auburn University and Fort Dodge Animal Health


Guest Contributor: August 2007 Archives

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According to Dr. David Pugh, a well renowned mule and donkey veterinarian at Auburn University, "when breeding a stallion to a jenny, which produces a hinny, the conception rate is quite low, only about 20%.


Veterinarians for Llamas & Alpacas

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DR. DAVID PUGH, DVM
Auburn University, Alabama email: Dr. Pugh


Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries welcomes SFT member Dr. David Pugh - Society for Theriogenology

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Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries welcomes SFT member Dr. David Pugh
Wednesday, April 9, 2014 ( 0 Comments) Share | New Laboratory Director Hired: The Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries welcomes Dr. David Pugh as the Director of the State Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory System. Dr. Pugh joins the department from the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine and is one of the first charter parasitologists of the American College of Veterinary Microbiologists. He earned his BSA, DVM, and MS degrees from the University of Georgia, and his MAg in Agricultural Entomology (External Parasites) from Auburn University. He received post-DVM training at Virginia Tech (Equine Clinical Nutrition) and Texas A & M University (Theriogenology). He is a Diplomate of the American College of Theriogenologists (1986), the American College of Veterinary Nutrition (1992), and the American College of Veterinary Microbiology (Parasitology 2011). Dr. Pugh was a large animal practitioner for five yrs in Georgia, and has held faculty positions at the University of Georgia and Auburn University. During his academic career he has taught clinical nutrition and parasitology for horses, cows, and small ruminants, and was a clinician in ambulatory medicine and theriogenology. He was also a Technical Services Veterinarian for Fort Dodge Animal Health and Pfizer Animal Health, and recently, was the Project Veterinarian & Director of Operations for the AU Equine Source Plasma Project. He is the author of over 600 publications (including peer reviewed, proceedings, book chapters, extension bulletins, abstracts, etc). Dr. Pugh has received five university and four national awards for teaching, and was the 2006 recipient of the AM Mills Award for contributions to Veterinary Medicine. He has served on various committees for the American Association of Small Ruminant Practitioners, the Society for Theriogenology, the American College of Theriogenologists, the American College of Veterinary Nutrition, and the National Research Council, Nutrient Requirement Committee, and the American Academy of Veterinary Parasitologists.


Guest Contributor: September 2007 Archives

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Dr. David Pugh did mention that when treating hinnys with sedatives that it's recommended to administer a dose more similar to what you would give a donkey and the dosage of a sedative for a mule should be administered closer to that of a horse.
Dr. David Pugh, Auburn University and Fort Dodge Animal Health


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