Tuesday, October 11, 2016
Congratulations, Jon Dee, MS, DVM, DACVS!!!!!
and involves advancements in veterinary surgical science and not reapplication of general
Dr. Dee was recognized because of his role as one of the primary surgeons responsible for defining fracture types and treatments in the carpus and tarsus in the racing dog. He developed numerous
guidelines and techniques for dealing with these challenging injuries.
Dr. Dee has numerous awards, including the AVMA Practitioner Research Award, the
AAHA Practitioner of the Year Award-Southeast, the Wilford S. Bailey Distinguished
Alumnus of Auburn, and honorary ESVOT membership.
Dr. Dee has written many journal articles and textbook chapters and is a co-editor of Canine Sports Medicine and Surgery. He has been on the editorial review boards for Veterinary Surgery, Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association, and the Journal of Small Animal Practice.
Dr. Dee is a partner and Chief of Surgery at Hollywood Animal Hospital in Hollywood,
FL. He is also a Courtesy Clinical Professor in the Department of Small Animal Clinical
Sciences at the University of Florida and Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department
of Veterinary Clinical Science at The Ohio State University. He continues to lecture
both nationally and internationally.