Dr. Carolyn Wulf grew up in Denver, Colorado. Her love of animals began at an early age when she cared for any small pet her parents would allow. She became interested in veterinary medicine during her teenage years while rehabilitating a retired racehorse. Dr. Wulf received a Bachelor's degree in Biochemistry from Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon. She spent several years after college working in a molecular biology lab, and then in several small animal veterinary hospitals as a veterinary receptionist, assistant, and technician before starting veterinary school at The Ohio State University. She graduated in 2007, moved to Tucson, AZ and took a job as an emergency veterinarian at a 24-hour hospital. She has also worked at several other emergency and general practices and at a spay/neuter clinic. She enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine, her primary interests include surgery, dentistry, avian and exotics, emergency/critical care, and preventive care. Dr. Wulf spends her free time traveling, running, hiking, biking, playing beach volleyball, surfing, snowboarding and participates in road races and triathlons. She shares her home in Pacific Beach with her dogs Sissy and Prairie.
Association Memberships: AVMA, VECCS