Cary Nulton, DVM, CVA
Dr. Nulton 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 then attended Michigan State University (Go Spartans!), graduating 4th in her class, and earning a DVM degree. She returned to Angell in Boston for a one-year Internship in Medicine and Surgery before setting up permanent residence in New York City.
In 2016 she began the journey to integrate her house call practice, participating in over 600 hours of credited education in Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM) at the Chi Institute. She now offers Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine, and Food Therapy in addition to Western Medicine.
Her family includes her husband Jamie, three very entertaining felines named Ginger, Gibby, and Buster, and a beloved dog named Dolly. Dr. Nulton’s outside interests include cooking, gardening, and ballroom dancing with Jamie.
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.