Dr. Antonio Pozzi is director of the Clinic of Small Animal Surgery and head of the Small Animal Department at The University of Zurich. He and his dedicated team provide high-level veterinary care based on the latest principles and technologies. We cater to the needs of the referring veterinary professionals as well as their clients and pets ensuring there is no interruption in healthcare.
We focus on sports medicine, trauma and surgery. We are committed to excellence, continually updating the care and services provided, advancing veterinary education and exploring cutting-edge surgical techniques. Dr. Pozzi’s special interests include canine sports medicine, minimally invasive surgery, regenerative therapies and joint surgery.
Dr. Pozzi trained as a surgeon at The Ohio State University where he did an internship and a residency. He earned his MS degree after completing a study on biomechanics of the canine meniscus. Dr. Pozzi was awarded the Mark S. Bloomberg Memorial Resident Research Award for his work on meniscus in 2004 and the Hartman & Wiley Scholarship for an academically outstanding surgical resident in 2005. Clinical research interests include meniscus pathology and treatment, arthroscopy, biological fracture fixation and total joint replacement.
Dr. Pozzi and his team are happy to provide advice and to receive referrals from veterinary professionals so that they can offer their clients a high level of care and a wide range of treatment options that their pets deserve.