Todd Wolf, DVM, ABVP
Dr. Wolf became a board certified specialist in Canine and Feline Veterinary Practice in 1998.He was awarded this certification from the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners, and he is 1 of only 13 veterinarians in the state of New Jersey to have this advanced specialty certification. Dr. Wolf is also recognized as one of the most experienced Avian & Exotic Pet Veterinarians in the country, and has been treating his patients as well as patients referred to him by veterinarians across the tristate area (NJ, PA, NY, & CT) for over 20 years. Dr. Wolf is a skilled surgeon and operates not only on dogs & cats, but also birds, ferrets, rabbits, small mammals, wildlife, reptiles, amphibians, & even fish. He performs operations of all types, including cancer, orthopedic, soft tissue, thoracic, abdominal, oral, ear, eye, nasal, maxo-facial, and even advanced reconstructive surgeries. He has a reputation as a tenacious & effective medical problem solver, especially when it comes to the most challenging cases.
Dr. Wolf graduated as a DVM with honors at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1992. He Interned at the prestigious Metropolitan Veterinary Hospital in Akron, Ohio, Akron City Zoo, and Cleveland Zoo. At Sea World Ohio, Dr. Wolf honed his skills in exotic animal medicine & surgery. His professional experience includes Emergency/Critical Care Veterinarian at the Animal Emergency & Referral Center in West Caldwell, NJ, and in 1998, he opened Companion Animal Hospital & Avian/Exotic Clinic in Parsippany, NJ.
Dr. Wolf is a member of American Board of Veterinary Practitioners, NJ Veterinary Medical Association, American Veterinary Medical Association, Association Avian Veterinarians, and the Association Reptile Amphibian Veterinarians. He also serves on the NJVMA Political Action Committee and is a Trail Representative for the NJ Horse Council. Dr. Wolf is a founding member of the equestrian riding club, the Split Rock Riders, and was a former animal cruelty investigator/officer for the Morris County SPCA. Formerly, He also devoted his time at the Parsippany Rescue & Recovery Squad and Brookside Wildlife Refuge in Boonton Township as a veterinary practitioner.
Kurchia J. Tsai, DVM, CVA
Dr. JaJa Tsai obtained her veterinary degree from Purdue University in 1995. With a strong interest in pain management and geriatric medicine, she pursued further advancement in order to provide both Eastern and Western medicine for her patients. In 2000, She was awarded certification in Veterinary Acupuncture (CVA) through the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society. There are only 14 other veterinarians in NJ that hold this prestigious certification. She furthered her Eastern education by completing Chinese Herbal Medicine Courses, and soon became recognized as one of the top specialists in eastern veterinary medicine in the country. In the following years, she taught Acupuncture for IVAS, and recently, in 2014 she was accepted as a member in the International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management. From 2000-2002 she was Treasurer for the Metropolitan New Jersey Veterinary Medical Association & was President of the organization from 2003-2004. She loves to stay active by attending dog shows and obedience trails with her collies and pekingese.
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