Dr. Sumeet Sharma obtained his degree in veterinary science from Punjab Agricultural Univerity in 2003. Further, he completed his Master of Veterinary Science specializing in Animal Reproduction, Gynaecology and Obstetrics from same university. He was awarded a university scholarship for achieving the highest grades in that department. Thereafter, he worked as a mixed animal practitioner for the next four years and conferred best field veterinarian award by I.S.S.A.R in 2008. Dr. Sharma returned back to school in 2010 to pursue a doctoral degree at University of Alberta, Edmonton. He passed his Clinical Proficiency Examination at Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine, Tufts University, Massachusetts, and completed American Veterinary Medical Associationís ECFVG Certification program. Subsequently, he was awarded his Certificate of Qualification by the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association. He attended special hands-on training sessions on Small Animal Emergency and Veterinary Dentistry at University of Calgary and University of Illinois, respectively. Before moving to Calgary to work as an associate veterinarian in a busy practice in 2014, he also worked at a small animal practice in Edmonton for a period of almost 2 years. Since 2015 he is providing his services as medical director at Edmonton West Animal Hospital , Edmonton, Canada. Dr. Sharma also continued his research efforts and has numerous scientific publications to his credit including papers in world renowned Journals from Elsevier and Wiley. He reviewed scientific papers for more than 30 Veterinary and Animal Sciences journals and is also on the editorial board of the several international journals of repute. He is an active member of AAFP (American Association of Feline Practitioners), Edmonton Association of Small Animal Veterinarians (EASAV), AbVMA (Alberta Veterinary Medical Association) and CVMA (Canadian Veterinary Medical Association).
Dr. Sumeet Sharma special areas of interest include small animal reproduction and endocrinology. In large animal his reserech interest is mainly confined to equine reproduction.