Dr. Andy Carver was the first board-certified specialist in emergency and critical care in North Dakota. He grew up in Minot and attended UND. Dr. Carver graduated from the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine in 2012. He completed a rotating internship at Colorado State University, then specialized and completed a 3-year residency in Emergency and Critical Care from Michigan State University. He was faculty at the University of Florida Veterinary Teaching Hospital prior to moving back to North Dakota and joining our team in late 2018. Dr. Carver is passionate about autoimmune blood disorders, heart disease, sepsis, trauma, and kidney disease. He also has advanced training at one of the few hemodialysis centers for pets in America, as well as mechanical ventilation (respiratory therapy). He has published research in multiple journals and lectured both nationally and internationally.
Dr. Carver enjoys spending time with his wife, their dogs, and family. His hobbies include enjoying the great outdoors, world traveling, and is excited to be back in the great state of North Dakota.