Catherine Gunther-Harrington, DVM, DACVIM (Cardiology)
Dr. Gunther-Harrington (or Dr. G-H as she’s known) graduated from UC Davis in 2012 and completed a rotating medical and surgical internship at North Carolina State University. Dr. G-H returned to UC Davis for her residency, becoming board certified in Cardiology 2016. Dr. G-H worked as an Assistant Professor of Clinical Cardiology at UC Davis where she taught veterinary students, supervised residents, and cared for cardiology patients until 2020 when she joined our team. Dr. Gunther-Harrington’s professional interests include cardiac imaging, congenital cardiac defects, and management of refractory congestive heart failure. Dr. G-H enjoys tailoring medical management to fit the patient’s disease and the client’s needs, with an emphasis on quality of life. Dr. G-H has over 15 publications ranging from cardiac imaging in Bulldogs to the cardiac effects seen in cats who were burned in California wildfires.
In her spare time, Dr. G-H enjoys snowboarding, wakeboarding/surfing, and exploring the outdoors with her family. She has 3 amazing dogs: Daisy, Chester, and Betty White, a French bulldog with a heart condition called pulmonic stenosis.