Tiffany Tupler, DVM

Tiffany Tupler, DVM

Veterinarian
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Educations & Trainings

  • University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine, Class of 2012
  • Certificate in shelter medicine, 2012

Professional Memberships

  • AVMA
  • ASV

Publications

Tupler et. All “Enteropathogens identified in dogs entering a Florida animal shelter with normal feces or diarrhea” JAVMA August 1, 2012, vol. 241, No. 3, Pages 338-343.

Dr. Tiffany Tupler

Dr. Tiffany Tupler is a graduate from the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine with a certificate in shelter medicine. Her professional interests include humane education, ethics and welfare, small animal behavior, veterinary forensics, and high-quality/high-volume spay/neuter. She devotes much of her free time to community medicine and spay/neuter projects not only in the United States, but internationally as well. 

She also enjoys volunteering at a local nonprofit book house that supports literacy programs for children and adults. When not working or volunteering, she enjoys traveling, vegan cooking, hiking, and kayaking. 

Recent Articles

Cat Surgery Aftercare FAQs
Cat Surgery Aftercare FAQs
Surgery can seem like a scary process for many pet owners, especially if you are worried about caring for your cat after surgery. To help alleviate any stress or anxiety, talk to your veterinarian before and after the procedure to ensure that all your concerns and questions are addressed. Read all surgical discharge instructions and discuss them with the vet when you pick up your cat. Take your...
Dog Nutrition: Guide to Dog Food Nutrients
In recent years, pet parents have become more and more aware of what they are feeding their dogs. However, with all of the different dog food formulas and brands, it can be hard to figure out what really makes a dog food nutritious and balanced. This article will explain everything you need to know about dog nutrition and provide a guide for what you need to look for in a dog food. Jump...
Hip Dysplasia in Dogs: All-in-One Guide
  Pet parents of large-breed dogs fear the words “hip dysplasia,” but it can happen to dogs of any size. So, what exactly is hip dysplasia, and why is it such a concern for pet parents? Here’s everything you need to know about hip dysplasia in dogs—from signs and symptoms to treatments and care. Jump to a section here: What Is Hip Dysplasia in Dogs and Puppies?What Are the Signs of Hip...
Distemper in Dogs
Distemper in Dogs
You may have seen “DHPP” or “DAPP” on your paperwork from your pet’s routine vet visit and wondered what it is. The “D” in this vaccine stands for distemper, a disease that spreads from one dog to another through coughing and sneezing.  DHPP is one of the core vaccines for dogs that includes protection from the canine distemper virus. Distemper in dogs can turn fatal very quickly,...
How to Keep Giant Dog Breeds Healthy at Every Life Stage
Regardless of their dog’s size, every pet parent should understand the importance of behavioral well-being, yearly vet exams, and preventative medicine to ensure their dog’s quality of life. In addition, giant dog breeds have some specific health risks that you should know about and certain needs when it comes to nutrition and care. This article outlines some of these differences and how you...
How to Help Dogs With Arthritis
Arthritis in dogs is a condition that causes joint pain, and one that will afflict most dogs as they age. Watching your best friend get older is never fun, but there are some things you can do around your home and in collaboration with your veterinarian to help dogs with arthritis manage their pain and improve their joint health. Here are some tips for relieving your dog’s joint pain and...