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Dr. Knowlton is initially from Gloucester, MA where she resided until age 10. Her family then moved overseas residing in Europe, Holland and France where she attended worldwide schools. Getting spent considerable time within the Bahamas, Dr. Knowlton understood she wished to complete her Undergraduate and Graduate studies somewhere tropical. She finished St. George's College this year, that is situated around the beautiful spice island of Grenada. She then ongoing onto earn her Physician of Veterinary Medicine degree in 2014 after finishing her final year of clinical training at Louisiana Condition College. After graduation, Dr. Knowlton labored in a mixed-animal private practice around the island of Martha's Vinyard just before joining Buzzards Bay Veterinary Affiliates in May, 2015.

Education:

- DVM, St. George's College School of Veterinary Medicine, 2014

- Bachelor of Pre-Veterinary Sciences, St. George's College, 2010

- Worldwide Baccalaureate, Worldwide Bilingual School of Provence, 2006

Regions of Special Interest:

- Surgery

- Internal Medicine

- Dentistry

- Skin care

Dr. Knowlton lately gone to live in Mashpee together with her fiancé as well as their daughter. There is a cat, Lily, along with a dog, Mabelle, each of which put together as strays in Grenada once they were merely a couple of days old. In her own free time Dr. Knowlton likes fishing, diving, scuba diving, gardening and investing time together with her family


Veterinary Medical School Admission Requirements (VMSAR):2015 Edition for 2016 Matriculation (Veterinary Medical School Admission Requirements in the United States and Canada)
Book (Purdue University Press)
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