David Pugh , DVM, MS, DACT, DACVN
Consulting Veterinarian, Fort Dodge Animal Health
Dr. Pugh earned both DVM and MS (ruminant nutrition) degrees from the University of Georgia.
He received post DVM training at Virginia Tech (equine nutrition) and Texas A & M University (Theriogenology).
Dr. Pugh has held faculty positions at the University of Georgia (Assistant Professor) and Auburn University (Professor of Large Animal Medicine), and was the owner of a multiperson large animal practice in the greater Atlanta, Georgia area for five years.
During his academic career he taught veterinary nutrition, lectured on reproductive medicine for horses and small ruminants, and was a clinician in Ambulatory Medicine and Theriogenology.
is the author of >600 publications, ~ 70 book chapters, a textbook, has received five university and three national awards for teaching, and was the 2006 recipient of the AM Mills Award for contributions to Veterinary Medicine.
Dr. Pugh is a Diplomate of both the American College of Theriogenology and the American College of Veterinary Nutrition.
He has served on various committees for the American Association of Equine Practitioners, the American Association of Small Ruminant Practitioners, the Society for Theriogenology, the College of Theriogenology, and the American College of Veterinary Nutrition.
He has been a Consulting Veterinarian for Fort Dodge Animal Health since 2004.
will lecture on herd/flock health programs, their implementation, and related issues; reproductive management, male and female fertility, pregnant female care, and topics related to maximizing individual and herd fertility; and topics to maximize the overall health of the individual and the herd/flock.
will discuss llama and alpaca issues after the lunch break.