Dr. Harpreet Singh DVM, DACVS-SA
Dr. Singh has performed thousands of surgeries including oral maxillofacial, thoracic, abdominal, orthopedic, and neurosurgeries. He has collaborated with human surgeons to treat complex cases and has utilized cutting edge technology to advance the field of veterinary medicine.
Dr. Singh plays an integral role in the veterinary community by participating and helping host workshops held by internationally known organizations. He has given research-based lectures at local and national conferences and has served on several committees, including a presidency term for the Dane County Veterinary Medical Association in Madison, WI. His hobbies include tennis, golfing, kayaking, and hiking.
- American College of Veterinary Surgeons
- American Veterinary Medical Association
- Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association
- AO Vet North America
- SURGE DVM
2003 – 2007: Undergraduate education University of Wisconsin – Madison
2007 – 2011: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine University of Wisconsin – Madison
2011 – 2012: Small Animal Medicine and Surgery 1 year Internship: Tufts University
2012 – 2015: Small Animal Surgery Residency: Tufts university
2016: Board-Certification with American College of Veterinary Surgeons
2015 – 2018: Practiced at Veterinary Emergency Center & Veterinary Specialty Center in Middleton
2012 – 2018: In 2018 practice was acquired by VCA. Worked with VCA
2018 – 2021: Surgeon at VCA Animal Hospitals at Middleton, WI
2021 – Present: Surgeon at Veterinary Surgery Specialists
Certified Veterinary Technician
Davinder is a multi-disciplinary Surgery Assistant. His role is essential in helping anesthetize patients, clipping, prepping, and moving them into the operating room. He is also responsible for taking orthopedic-specific xrays and scrubbing into nearly every surgery. Once in the operating room his surgical assisting involves performing a sterile prep of patients, draping patients, sterilely opening packs/setting up the operating table, retraction of tissues, assistance with suction/cautery, and putting together drill parts during different stages of TPLO/fracture cases. In his time outside of veterinary work Davinder helps his parents run a family-owned business.
Jacob is a Veterinarian-in-the-making at the University of Wisconsin-School of Veterinary Medicine, and currently works with us as a Surgery Assistant. His role is identical to the description above. He has worked both in a small animal clinic and an emergency hospital. Jacob played college football while at the University of North Dakota. Most recently he has conducted doctorate-level respiratory research, published and presented his findings at a conference, received special scholarships, ranked top of his class, and is now an avid ultra-marathon runner (50+ miles). He has a canine companion that he is training in his spare time.
Tanveer is our star patient-client-veterinarian coordinator. She helps assemble all the moving parts to make each surgery a possibility. Tanveer helps schedule phone/in person consults, collect patient records, coordinate clinic surgery schedules, informs clients of drop off procedures, and performs follow ups for each procedure. Tanveer is a licensed Book-keeper and helps put together financial paperwork for each client, takes payments, emails receipts, and follows up with insurance claim paperwork. Tanveer’s hobbies include cooking and traveling.