Dr. Robert Fulton - Veterinarian
After completing undergraduate studies at Erskine College Due West, South Carolina, Dr. Fulton graduated with his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from the University of Georgia in 1994 and began his Veterinary career practicing emergency medicine and surgery in Savannah, Georgia.
In 1996, he moved back to Athens, Georgia to pursue additional education and research in reproduction physiology and genetics. During that time, he continued to work as an emergency clinician in the Atlanta-Athens region in Georgia. In January of 2001, Dr. Fulton joined the team at the Veterinary Emergency and Specialty Center located here in Richmond, with a strong interest in shock/trauma, advanced imaging, emergent reproductive disorders, and neonatal care.
Dr. Fulton joined Betty Baugh's Animal Clinic as Medical Director in November of 2011. He continues to have a strong interest in advanced imaging, particularly ultrasound. He has been teaching ultrasound to other veterinarians and veterinary technicians with Sound-Elkin (then Sound Technologies) since 2002 and periodically travels to Dallas, Texas to teach at the Sound Academy for Veterinary Imaging. He has co-authored an article on the VetBlue technique (Veterinary Bedside Lung Ultrasound Exam) and has written two chapters in "Focused Ultrasound Techniques for the Small Animal Practitioner."