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Dr. Richard Reid received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Cornell University in 1992. After graduating, he joined a progressive small animal hospital in the Buffalo are for one year before completing his internship and residency in small animal internal medicine at Michigan State University. While a resident, Dr. Reid was director of the canine and feline blood donor program and was active in ongoing research that attempts to identify familial cancers in purebred dogs. During his residency, Dr. Reid was fortunate to be an initial member of the Comparative Urology and Nephrology Group, a group that performs kidney transplants in cats. Although well-trained in all areas of internal medicine, Dr. Reid's primary interests include immune-mediated and bone marrow diseases as well as kidney, gastrointestinal, and liver diseases. Dr. Reid was the primary internal medicine clinician at Long Island Veterinary Specialists for 2 years. He is an exceptional ultrasonographer and is currently practicing "on the road" with Mobile Veterinary Ultrasound & Endoscopy. He visits your veterinarians and provides specialized services and consultations at their clinics.
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