Jennifer Huang, DVM

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Jennifer Huang, DVM
Jennifer Huang, DVM

Dr. Jennifer Huang brings a world of experience to the care of your pet. While pursuing a graduate education in Kansas, she learned and practiced basic acupuncture and massage therapy on small and large animals at China Agriculture University College of Veterinary Medicine in Beijing. Her veterinary travels also have taken her to Hamburg, Germany, where she worked in a cats-only veterinary practice, and to an externship at the Brevard Zoo in Melbourne, Fla.

In Charlotte, Dr. Huang provides expert veterinary emergency and trauma services for CARE. Regardless of which road she’s traveled, she says one thing remains consistent: “The path to my heart is paved with paw prints.”


  • Bachelor of Science, North Carolina State University
  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Kansas State University
  • Acupuncture certification, China Agriculture University College of Veterinary Medicine, Beijing


  • Investigated effects of stress on the digestive system using porcine and murine models, N.C. State University College of Veterinary Medicine.
  • Published in the Journal of Exotic Pet Medicine, including an article on “An African Spurred Thigh Tortoise With A Cloacal Organ Prolapse.”


Kiara, a Bengal.
Jupiter, a Great Dane mix.

Recent Blog Posts from Dr. Huang

Feline Emergencies You May Not Know You’re Facing

We’d all rush a cat to a veterinarian if he or she were bleeding profusely or ate something that could be poisonous. But feline emergencies seldom come in such dramatic ways. Health crises may be less obvious, especially in older animals that hide them from owners,...

The Effects Of Obesity In Cats And Dogs

The obesity epidemic, so common in humans, also plagues our pets. By definition, obesity is a nutritional disease defined by an excess amount of body fat. It develops over time due primarily to over-eating and under-exercising. Diseases, such as hypothyroidism and...

Parvovirus: Preventable Through Vaccinations

Canine Parvovirus, a highly contagious and life-threatening illness, can typically be prevented by making sure your dog is up to date on his or her vaccinations. And prevention is critical, as there are no drugs available to kill the virus. Because Parvovirus usually...

Summer Heat And How It Can Endanger Your Canine Family Member

As temperatures heat up, dogs develop risk for heat stroke. Pet owners need to be conscious of the effects extreme heat can have on their beloved animals and be cautious not to overexpose them. Common Mistakes: With nice weather, we are more inclined to walk or run...