Dr. Jeffrey Courville
Dr. Jeff Courville (Dr. Jeff) graduated in 1993 with a Bachelors Degree in Biology (Ecology/Zoology) from Juniata College and received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Tutfs University in 1997. Dr. Jeff moved to North Carolina in 1999 and is a former veterinarian of the Guilford County Animal Shelter and Lawndale Veterinary Hospital. Dr. Jeff is also a former Vice-President of the Humane Society of Guilford County and opened the Piedmont Communities Spay Neuter and Wellness Clinic in 2001. Dr Jeff was also a mentor for Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Greensboro.
Dr. Jeff will tell you his life was changed by the 4 months he worked at the animal shelter having to euthanize over 100 animals a day. Since that time Dr Jeff has dedicated his life towards putting an end to pet overpopulation and teaching people about responsible pet ownership. Dr. Jeff has been outspoken about animal welfare topics and has tried to educate the youth of Guilford County about responsible pet ownership; however the Clinic has been his main focus to achieving his goals.
Dr. Jeff enjoys being with his family and coaching soccer in his spare time. He now lives in Dayton, OH with his wife Robin (also a vet), son Jackson, daughter Ally, dog Charlie and cat Mattie.