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Dr. Wes Kimberlin
DVM, Diplomate American College of Veterinary Surgeons – SA

Dr. W. Wesley Kimberlin

Dr. W. Wesley Kimberlin is born and raised in Saint Louis Missouri. Dr. Kimberlin received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Bachelor of Science in Biology from Missouri Baptist University where he graduated cum laude.

Dr. Kimberlin attended University of Missouri-Columbia College of Veterinary Medicine. During his time at University of Missouri-Columbia, Dr. Kimberlin not only received multiple awards for surgical aptitude and potential, diagnostic skills, and preoperative care of animals but was also actively involved with research.

As a veterinary student, Dr. Kimberlin participated in research projects focusing on osteoarthritis and meniscal injury. Upon graduation from University of Missouri-Columbia, Dr. Kimberlin completed a small animal rotating internship at Mississippi State University. Dr. Kimberlin than completed at one-year small animal surgery internship at Veterinary Specialty Services, here in Saint Louis, Missouri. That same year he was selected for a small animal surgery residency at Veterinary Specialty Services.

During his time as a surgical resident, Dr. Kimberlin was able to participate in other research projects focusing on the effects of gas sterilization of ameroid constrictors for the treatment of extrahepatic portosystemic shunts. Additionally, during his time as a resident he was able to present multiple surgical topics both locally and nationally.

Dr. Kimberlin enjoys all aspects of surgery, but has a strong passion for minimally invasive procedures. Besides minimally invasive techniques, Dr. Kimberlin, has special interest in oncologic and reconstructive surgery, abdominal procedures including but not limited to biopsies, mass removals, gallbladder removals, fracture and joint repair (total hip replacement) and angular limb deformities. Dr. Kimberlin is particularly interested in the human animal bond and desires to excel in compassionate care of his patients and their owners.

Outside of GVS, Dr. Kimberlin enjoys spending time with his wife, Rachel; their two kids, Josey and Elliott, leading a community group at his church, playing softball, and when time allows playing a round of golf. At home they have two dogs (Daisy and Dash) and two cats (Dani and Pip).