Serge K. Deuvletian, DVM, IPSAV

Title: Veterinarian
Company:
Clinique Veterinaire de Montreal
Location:
Montréal, Quebec, Canada

Serge K. Deuvletian, DVM, IPSAV, Veterinarian at Clinique Veterinaire de Montréal, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Doctors for dedication, achievements, and leadership in veterinary medicine.

With decades of experience to his credit, Dr. Deuvletian has excelled as a veterinarian with Clinique Veterinaire de Montréal since 2001. In this position, he is responsible for conducting surgeries and consultations on a daily basis. Prior to this appointment, he served as a veterinarian operating out of his private practice for more than 25 years. In addition to his primary responsibilities, Dr. Deuvletian has been active as a member of the Veterinary Association in Quebec.

Before embarking on his professional path, Dr. Deuvletian pursued an education at the University of Montréal, from which he graduated with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. He previously earned a master’s degree and completed an internship in veterinary medicine. Beyond these impressive academic accomplishments, he obtained his veterinary license to practice in the state of New York as well as in Ontario and Quebec, Canada. Dr. Deuvletian was drawn to his field at the age of five, at which time his mother adopted a stray cat following her separation from his father.

Moreover, Dr. Deuvletian has found success with his written works as well, having penned a creative non-fiction biography titled “Clinic Born Out of Autism.” He was also notably featured on CBC News in the segment “Autism in Adults Detected by Brain Scans.” A proud Ottoman Armenian, Dr. Deuvletian was greatly motivated by his heritage, as his ancestors had been animal caretakers in Turkey near the Mediterranean.

Additionally inspired by Lou Gehrig, who played every baseball game as if it were his last, Dr. Deuvletian fondly recalls birthing a litter of cats prior to a routine spaying, which he cites as the most significant surgery of his career as the clients were a Turkish couple who had given their cat a name symbolizing good luck. Diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome late in life, he has looked at his disability as an advantage that has enabled him to work longer and more intently than his competitors. Looking toward the future, Dr. Deuvletian hopes to write more creative literary works in the coming years while potentially taking time off of his veterinary work to pursue continued education.

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