Dr. David Bruyette received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from the University of Missouri. Subsequently, he completed an internship at Purdue University and residency in internal medicine at the University of California-Davis. He was a staff internist at the West Los Angeles Veterinary Medical Group and a member of the Department of Comparative Medicine at Stanford University. Dr. Bruyette was an Assistant Professor and Head of Internal Medicine at Kansas State University and Director of the Analytical Chemistry Laboratory at Kansas State. He was most recently Medical Director of the VCA West Los Angeles Animal Hospital, one of the largest 24-hour emergency/specialty practices in the country. Dr. Bruyette is a diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine and a member of the Endocrine Society.
Currently Dr. Bruyette is the Chief Medical Officer for Anivive Lifesciences.
Dr. Jennifer Garcia received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Colorado State University and completed an internship in small animal medicine and surgery at the VCA West Los Angeles Animal Hospital. After finishing her residency in small animal medicine at the University of Saskatchewan, Dr. Garcia was a staff internist at Gulf Coast Veterinary Internists in Houston, Texas. Subsequently Dr. Garcia was an internal medicine consultant with Antech Diagnostics providing high quality consultation and excellent customer service to practicing veterinarians on a daily basis. She is currently an internist with Sugar Land Veterinary Specialists and is the CEO of JG Medical Communications, which provides freelance medical writing and editing services for companies like Medscape.
Meet Our Team
Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation and Consultation co-directors Doctors David Bruyette and Jennifer Garcia are American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine diplomates with over 40 years of clinical experience and expertise in all facets of internal medicine. We are uniquely qualified and prepared to assist veterinary practitioners with all patient cases, including those involving difficult, complex or multiple heath issues. For example, a cat with diabetes may also be suffering from renal failure or a dog in heart failure may also be diagnosed with cancer. In other situations, a younger animal may develop a problem that used to be considered untreatable, but is now manageable and perhaps even curable. At VDIC our mission is to provide the expertise that will help you manage your difficult cases to the most optimum outcomes. Veterinary education is also an important focus for us at VDIC. Through our website's Continuing Ed, Literature Review, Media and Blog sections, we will strive to keep both the generalist and specialist updated on the latest developments in Endocrinology (in particular) and Internal Medicine (in general).
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