Dr. Chudy joined Georgetown Animal Hospital in the fall of 2011. He attended Grand Valley State University where he did his undergraduate work. He then attended Michigan State University, where he obtained his veterinary degree. After MSU he worked at Cedar Animal Hospital for seven years, at which point we were lucky to sign him on at GAH. At GAH he performs routine/diagnostic appointments and surgical procedures; he also performs orthopedic surgeries and ultrasounds. He has experience with not only cats and dogs, but exotics as well. Dr. Chudy treats birds, pocket pets, reptiles as well as the occasional farm animal.
A native of West Michigan, Dr. Chudy currently lives in Wyoming, MI, with his wife (Sarah) and their son (Benjamin). They also have two dogs. When Dr. Chudy isn’t working, he enjoys spending time with his family, fly-fishing, playing soccer, cooking (his wife can’t), and gardening. He also is big into remodeling their home; I think he fancies himself a handyman.