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Dr. David Pugh G.

Contributor

Alabama Farm News

HQ Phone: (256) 308-1623

Alabama Farm News

P.O. Box 2227

Decatur, Alabama 35609

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Donkey Veterinarian
Western Veterinary Conference

Contributing Author
Merck Veterinary Manual

Professor
Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association

Affiliations

Member
Society for Theriogenology

Various Committees
National Research Council

Various Committees
American College of Theriogenologists

Various Committees
American Association of Small Ruminant Practitioners

Various Committees
Nutrient Requirement Committee

Various Committees
American Academy of Veterinary Parasitologists

Member, Various Committees
American Association of Equine Practitioners

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 DVM

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

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Dr. David ...

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Dr. David Pugh

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That brings us to our newly appointed Laboratory Director Dr. Pugh. I believe, and certainly as we searched for the right candidate for the job, that to the person we hired this would be as much a calling as it is a job or position. The more I come to know Pugh, the more I am convinced he views the position as a calling - the place he is supposed to be. He understands the rough times we have gone through and shares a vision of where the laboratory system needs to be to support the great agriculture industry and the veterinarians and pet industry in this state. The good thing is, I believe, Pugh brings the tools with him to have the system hitting on all eight cylinders very soon. Having spent 5 years in large animal veterinary practice in Georgia, he has learned to use duct tape and bailing wire to construct the space shuttle if that is what the job requires.
Pugh has held faculty positions at both the University of Georgia and Auburn University. And while you will never hear him blow his own horn, Dr. David Pugh has a very impressive résumé. He earned his master's degree in Agricultural Entomology at Auburn. He received post DVM training in Equine Clinical Nutrition at Virginia Tech and theriogenology at Texas A&M. He is a diplomate of the American College of Theriogenology, the American College of Nutrition and the American College of Veterinary Microbiologists. He has worked as a technical services veterinarian for both Fort Dodge and Pfizer Animal Health. His most recent job was project veterinarian and director of operations for the Auburn Equine Source Plasma Project. He is author of over 600 publications and is editor of the "Sheep and Goat Medicine" book that I believe is pretty much the gold standard in the veterinary industry when it comes to small ruminant medicine. He has received many awards in the veterinary community and has served on many committees.
As I mentioned earlier, Pugh has an impressive résumé. However, the thing, to me, that outshines his résumé is the character and type of person he is. If I had all the things in my tool kit that Pugh brings with him, I might need to get a hat a couple of sizes bigger than the one I wear now. Pugh is one of the most humble people I know. He looks at those he supervises as his teammates striving toward the same goals. He is just as comfortable communicating with a farmer who never finished high school as he is discussing veterinary issues with PhDs. He is a man who leans heavily upon his faith. I feel fortunate that Dr. David Pugh will be riding herd on the Alabama Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory System.


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Dr. David Pugh Auburn University


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the overuse of anthelmintics.â€� â€" David Pugh, DVM, MS, DACT, DACVN


Animal Reproduction. American College of Theriogenologists

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David G. Pugh, DVM, MS, ACVN


Dr. David ...

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Dr. David Pugh

...
That brings us to our newly appointed Laboratory Director Dr. Pugh. I believe, and certainly as we searched for the right candidate for the job, that to the person we hired this would be as much a calling as it is a job or position. The more I come to know Pugh, the more I am convinced he views the position as a calling - the place he is supposed to be. He understands the rough times we have gone through and shares a vision of where the laboratory system needs to be to support the great agriculture industry and the veterinarians and pet industry in this state. The good thing is, I believe, Pugh brings the tools with him to have the system hitting on all eight cylinders very soon. Having spent 5 years in large animal veterinary practice in Georgia, he has learned to use duct tape and bailing wire to construct the space shuttle if that is what the job requires.
Pugh has held faculty positions at both the University of Georgia and Auburn University. And while you will never hear him blow his own horn, Dr. David Pugh has a very impressive résumé. He earned his master's degree in Agricultural Entomology at Auburn. He received post DVM training in Equine Clinical Nutrition at Virginia Tech and theriogenology at Texas A&M. He is a diplomate of the American College of Theriogenology, the American College of Nutrition and the American College of Veterinary Microbiologists. He has worked as a technical services veterinarian for both Fort Dodge and Pfizer Animal Health. His most recent job was project veterinarian and director of operations for the Auburn Equine Source Plasma Project. He is author of over 600 publications and is editor of the "Sheep and Goat Medicine" book that I believe is pretty much the gold standard in the veterinary industry when it comes to small ruminant medicine. He has received many awards in the veterinary community and has served on many committees.
As I mentioned earlier, Pugh has an impressive résumé. However, the thing, to me, that outshines his résumé is the character and type of person he is. If I had all the things in my tool kit that Pugh brings with him, I might need to get a hat a couple of sizes bigger than the one I wear now. Pugh is one of the most humble people I know. He looks at those he supervises as his teammates striving toward the same goals. He is just as comfortable communicating with a farmer who never finished high school as he is discussing veterinary issues with PhDs. He is a man who leans heavily upon his faith. I feel fortunate that Dr. David Pugh will be riding herd on the Alabama Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory System.

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