Delivering Cutting-Edge Emergency Veterinary Care to the Grand Valley and Beyond

Dr. Molinaro

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Graham Molinaro found his calling in emergency veterinary medicine as a technician over 20 years ago. Upon graduation from Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Molinaro immediately went into practice in emergency veterinary medicine. He fell in love with the Grand Valley while on vacation, and came here to act as medical director of an emergency clinic in 2014.

Dr. Molinaro remains deeply interested in the management of complex critical cases, and has developed advanced surgical skills to address these. He has extensive experience finding solutions for complex cases on his own, due to practicing in rural settings for the majority of his career. Some of his most rewarding and successful cases have been patients suffering from gastric-dilatation volvulus (bloat), penetrating abdominal wounds, and diaphragmatic hernias. In addition, Dr. Molinaro has trained dozens of emergency veterinarians throughout his career, and believes that excellent front-line emergency care plays an irreplaceable role in helping animals.

When not in the clinic, Dr. Molinaro enjoys spending time with his dog (Roscoe), 2 cats (Willow and Ella), wife (Melissa), daughter (Adeline), and son (Ethan).When that drives him crazy, you can find him mountain-biking in a completely age-inappropriate manner.