Worcester Technical High School
Dr. Greg Wolfus is a small animal veterinarian who directs the Tufts at Tech Community Veterinary Clinic. At the clinic, he gets to nurture his passions for clinical medicine, teaching, and community service. Dr. Wolfus was born and raised in southern California. After attending UC Berkeley for his undergraduate degree, he crossed the country to come see what the East Coast had to offer. Dr. Wolfus earned his veterinary degree from the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts in 1998. After graduation, he spent the next 13 years working at a local small animal hospital. During this time, Dr. Wolfus fueled his teaching and community service needs by volunteering in local K-12 education, moderating Problem Based Learning classes at Tufts, and teaching at Mt. Ida's Veterinary Technician Program. Dr. Wolfus lives in nearby Shrewsbury with his wife, two kids, two cats, dog, turtle, and eight chickens. When not working, he enjoys gardening, dog walks, and the peace and quiet of hanging with his chickens.
- DVM - Tufts University - 1998
- BS - University of California, Berkeley - 1994
Research and Clinical Interests
- Small Animal Preventative Care
- Shelter Medicine