Philip Treuil Announces 11 Years As a Veterinarian

Posted June 19, 2013 by philiptreuil

Philip Treuil, astute veterinarian, fondly celebrates his eleventh year in animal medicine.

Philip Treuil began studying to become a veterinarian in 1998. He finished veterinary school at the Louisiana State University, graduating with his license in 2002. Since then, he has been a practicing veterinarian in North Carolina and Texas. Philip Treuil is a highly skilled veterinarian with an expert focus on cancer and its effects on animals. He has successfully treated hundreds of animals in both of offices, focusing his practice on cancer and other medical ailments.

Philip Treuil is proud to announce that he has been a practicing veterinarian for 11 years. He earned his bachelor's of science in Secondary Science Education in 1998 from the University of Oklahoma. After discovering his passion for the sciences and his desire to help others, he combined that passion with his love of animals. After the University of Oklahoma, he attended Veterinary Medical School at the Louisiana State University, graduating in 2002.

During his time in veterinary school, Philip Treuil learned the latest in veterinary science, treatments, and animal care. The work was challenging and demanding but Philip Treuil knew he had chosen the correct path for his future. Asked about the last 11 years working as a vet, Philip Treuil stated, “I feel so very blessed to have had the opportunity for eleven years to work passionately in something I believe in. Being able to help pets and their owners overcome medical challenges in life is rewarding to me every single day I go into the office.”

Upon receiving his doctorate in veterinary medicine in 2002, Philip Treuil knew that his education would not be over. He furthered his veterinary studies while continuing to practice, eventually specializing in radiology and cancer treatment for animals. Philip Treuil puts his specialized oncology education into practice countless times in the course of his career as a veterinarian. Animals, like humans, suffer immensely from cancer when they are diagnosed.

Philip Treuil continues to practice veterinary medicine in North Carolina. He has been published numerous times in a variety of medical journals and belongs to a variety of organizations as well, including the American Veterinary Medical Association.
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Last Updated June 19, 2013