Craig Webb

Service Head- Small Animal Internal Medicine Clinical Sciences


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About Craig

Dr. Craig Webb has been on the clinic floor at the CSU VTH for over 2 decades, as he very much enjoys working with and learning from bright DVM students, interns, and residents. He also continues to help with research projects (gastroenterology, stem cells) with the Avery lab and the much smarter and better looking Dr. Tracy Webb, with whom he also collaborates on life.


Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1997Ph.D., Hahnamenn University, 1993Master of Science, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1986Bachelor of Science, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 1980


Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine
2013 Zoetis Distinguished Veterinary Teacher Award Winner
2014 CVMA Faculty of the Year Award


Webb C. The feline pyramid of poop: A bottom-up approach to the GI workup. The Feline Practitioner. Feature medical article. Summer 2023. pp. 29-38.Webb TL & Webb CB. Comparing adipose-derived mesenchymal stem cells to prednisolone for the treatment of inflammatory bowel disease. J Feline Med Surg., 2022.Wennogle SA, Stockman J, Webb CB Clinical efficacy of dietary fat restriction in ten dogs with glucocorticoid-resistant chronic inflammatory enteropathy and protein-losing enteropathy. J Sm Anim Pract. 62:756-764, 2021. Summer SC, Galloni A, Webb CB. Impact of specimen type on findings for bacterial composition within the intestinal tract of dogs and cats with and without chronic enteropathy. Am J Vet Res 82:494-501, 2021.Webb CB. Evidence-Based Medicine: Ultrasound-Guided Percutaneous Cholecystocentesis in the Cat. Vet Clin North Am Small Anim Pract. 50(5):1123-1134, 2020.

Research Specialty

GastroenterologyFeline GI lymphoma adipose-derived stem cell therapy