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Nancy Pugh

Dr. Nancy L. Pugh

Chair, Department of Veterinary Technology
Associate Professor, Department of Veterinary Technology

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About Dr. Nancy L. Pugh:

Dr. Nancy Pugh has been teaching in Medaille's Veterinary Technology program since 2003. After graduating from SUNY ESF with a degree in forest biology, she worked on a dairy farm while attaining her teaching certification. She taught high school science (biology, chemistry, and math) at a very small school for four years before applying to veterinary school. She completed her graduate degree at Cornell University, and during that time conducted grant-supported research in Uganda on Trypanosomiasis. After graduating, Dr. Pugh accepted a position at Springville Veterinary Services where she was a large animal vet for 10 years. She co-owns a farm of 80 sheep and three goats and trains Belgian Tervurens dogs to herd. She decided to return to teaching, mostly due to a torn ACL compliments of a beef cow and then a sheep.

Education 
B.S., State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry
D.V.M., Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine