Cary Nulton, DVM
Dr. Nulton has been practicing veterinary medicine in New York City for the past 20 years. She earned her B.A. in Biology from Smith College, then worked at Angell Memorial Animal Hospital in Boston as an ICU Nurse, Cardiology Technician, and Clinic Supervisor. She later attended Michigan State University (Go Spartans!!!) graduating 4th in her class and earning a DVM Degree. Following a return to Angell for a one-year internship in medicine and surgery, she took a one-year residency in Cardiology at New York’s Animal Medical Center and quickly fell in love with the city.
In 2016 she began the journey to integrate her house call practice, adding Acupuncture, Food Therapy, and Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine to her list of services provided. In 2017 she will be completing a 5-Module course in Chinese Herbal Medicine at the Chi Institute.
Her family here includes her husband Jamie, two very entertaining felines named Ginger and Gibby, and a happy little pug named Zoe. While they still mourn the loss of their beloved little brown dog (and friend) Betty, they are thankful for their many wonderful years together.
Doctor Nulton’s outside interests include: cooking, gardening and ballroom dancing with her husband. In addition, Cary is deeply committed to volunteer work in animal shelters. Her career began at the MSPCA in Boston, and today, she continues to work with several animal rescue organizations. She has written several articles for the Mayor’s Alliance Newsletter and contributes time at their pet adoption events.
Samantha is a Biology major currently pursuing her B.A. at Hunter College. As she aspires to one day become a Veterinarian and manage her own practice, she assists Dr. Nulton, and gains the invaluable experience and knowledge necessary for a career in animal medicine. In her spare time she enjoys reading, listening to music, and volunteering at the ASPCA.