PARSIPPANY — Dr. Todd Wolf has successfully maintained certification as a Diplomate of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners (ABVP) specializing in Canine & Feline Practice.
ABVP requires Diplomates to recertify their specialty every ten years. This process demonstrates that Diplomats have kept up with changes and advancements in veterinary practice. ABVP is unique among veterinary specialties in that certification expires every ten years. Diplomates must take and pass a challenging examination or accumulate credits for continuing education and other professional activities in order to maintain specialty certification.
Dr. Wolf is a graduate of the Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine. He has practiced at Companion Animal Hospital & Avian Exotic Clinic located at 460 Route 46 for 22 years, and has practiced in New Jersey for 27 years. Dr. Wolf became a Diplomate of the ABVP in 1999.
The American Board of Veterinary Practitioners was established in 1978. It is one of twenty-two veterinary specialty groups accredited by a special committee of the American Board of Veterinary Specialties, a division of the American Veterinary Medical Association, to recognize excellence in clinical practice through the certification of species-oriented specialists. Over 900 veterinarians worldwide are certified in one of ABVP’s eleven practice categories: Avian, Beef Cattle, Canine and Feline, Dairy, Equine, Exotic Companion Mammal, Feline, Food Animal, Reptile and Amphibian, Shelter Medicine, and Swine Health Management. There are only 10 veterinarians in the state of New Jersey who presently hold ABVP Diplomate specialty status in Canine/Feline Practice.
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