Ethan Morris, DVM, is a veterinarian who is residency trained in surgery at MedVet Northern Virginia , where he has been part of the team since 2001. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Classical History, with a minor in biology from Tulane University (New Orleans, LA). While attending Tulane he worked at the Audubon Zoo. It was that experience that reinforced his enthusiasm for a career in veterinary medicine.. After graduating from Tulane, he attended Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine (Boston, MA) where he received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine.
Following graducation, he completed a one-year Small Animal Surgery/Medicine/Emergency Internship at the Darien Animal Hospital (Darien, CT), before completing his three-year surgical residency at the University of Minnesota Veterinary Teaching Hospital (St. Paul, MN), where he was trained in orthopedic, neurological, and soft tissue surgeries.
He published one of the first peer-reviewed papers on tibial plateau angles in dogs, Comparison of Tibial Plateau Angle in Dogs with and without Cranial Cruciate Injuries (Journal of Veterinary Medicine Volume 218, No.3, February 1, 2001).
Dr. Morris has special interests in cranial cruciate injuries, thoracic surgery, and juvenile hip dysplasia. He regularly attends veterinary continuing education conferences.
Dr. Morris lives in Warrenton, Virginia with his wife Carla and their three children Cameron, Sawyer, and Eli, and their two dogs: Mac (a yellow Labrador) and Ezra (German Shepherd). During his free time, Dr. Morris enjoys spending time with his family, driving his classic car, and playing golf.
- Bachelor of the Arts: Tulane University (New Orleans, LA)
- Doctor of Veterinary Medicine: Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine (Boston, MA)
- Small Animal Internal Medicine, Surgery, and Emergency Internship: Darien Animal Hospital (Darien, CT)
- Three-year Surgical Residency: University of Minnesota Veterinary Teaching Hospital (St. Paul, MN)