Marc E. Havig, DVM, DACVS, CCRP
- DVM: University of Georgia, 2000
- Internship: University of TN, 2000-2001
- Surgical Internship: Dallas Veterinary Surgical Center, 2001-2002
- Surgical Residency: UGA, 2002-2005
- ACVS Board Certification, 2006
- Certified in Canine Rehabilitation (CCRP): University of TN, 2010
Dr. Marc Havig is a Florida native who grew up in Naples after his family moved here in 1974. Since completing his Surgery Residency in 2005 Dr. Havig has held positions as a clinical instructor in orthopedics at the University of Georgia and as Chief of Surgery at The Animal Medical Center in NYC, one of the largest and busiest veterinary hospitals in the world. Dr. Havig is Board Certified by the American College of Veterinary Surgeons (ACVS) and has earned a certificate in Canine Physical Rehabilitation. Dr. Havig serves as a reviewer for The Journal of Veterinary Surgery and in the past has served on the ACVS resident credentialing committee and an invited participant on Pfizer’s Osteoarthritis and Orthopedic Review Board.
Interests include minimally invasive surgery and maximal return to function through integration of rehabilitation and sports medicine principles into veterinary patients. In NY, Dr. Havig worked with several working dog groups including NYPD, NY/NJ Port Authority and Puppies Behind Bars.
- Pavia PR, Havig ME, Donovan TA, Craft D. Malignant peripheral nerve sheath tumor in the urinary bladder of a cat. Journal of Small Animal Practice. 2012 April: 53(4):245-8.
- Buote N, Havig ME. The use of Vacuum-assisted Closure in the management of Septic Peritonitis in 6 dogs. Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association. 2012 May-June; 48(3):164-71.
- Ratterree WO, Glassman MM, Driskell EA, Havig ME. Craniomandibular Osteopathy with a Unique Neurological Manifestation in a Young Akita. Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association 2010; 47 (1).
- Havig ME, Dyce J, Kowaleski MP, Reynolds LR, Budsberg SC. Relationship of tibial plateau slope to limb function in dogs treated with a lateral suture technique for stabilization of cranial cruciate ligament deficient stifles. Veterinary Surgery, 2007; 36: 245-251.
- Havig ME, Cornell KK, Hawthorne JC, McDonnell JJ, Selcer BA. Nonsurgical treatment of atlantoaxial subluxation in dogs: 19 cases (1992- 2001). Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 2005; 227: 257-262.
- Havig M, Tobias KM. Outcome of ameroid constrictor occlusion of single congenital extrahepatic portosystemic shunts in cats: 12 cases (1993-2000). Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 2002; 220: 337-341.