Dr. Dan Teich received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from The Ohio State University in 2003. Since that time, he has been practicing medicine in the DC Metropolitan area where his practice has focused on serving the unique needs of pets and clients in an urban setting. He has also served as the medical director for the Washington Humane Society, finding forever homes for homeless pets and assisting DC’s too-often forgotten pet population.
With a passion for veterinary medicine that developed in childhood, the foundation for Dr. Teich’s practice is providing compassionate care and nurturing a lifelong bond with both clients and their pets. His practice philosophy is that clinicians need to first seek to understand the clients’ needs and goals, recognizing that no two clients or patients are the same. Moreover, Dr. Teich recognizes that great veterinary care doesn’t just mean practicing good medicine. Great veterinary care requires a persistent focus on delivering the very best client experience possible in a relaxed and comfortable environment. D.C.’s pet owning population are discerning connoisseurs of pet services and products and have come to expect the very best.