Dr. Danielson is one of the five veterinarians here at Ehrlich Animal Hospital. He has a background in Field Biology, and Zoology. He has been a part of the Ehrlich team since 1994. His interests are particularly in exotic animals as well as companion animals. Dr. Danielson graduated from The University of Florida’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 1994. He has two dogs, Alex, and Daisy, whom was heartworm positive, had many broken teeth, and needed lots of love. He also has six cats, two mice, and one fish. Dr. Danielson has spent time at the Howl Wild Life Center in Seattle, Washington, and the Pittsburg Zoo. He also spent time in Peru, where he aided in setting up a wildlife rehabilitation center that helps reestablish wild animals that were kept as pets in the wild. Dr. Danielson is currently affiliated with many rescue groups. Dr. Danielson treats dogs, cats, avian, and exotic pets. He fosters kittens involved in the Ehrlich adoption program, and he is an avid reader, tinkerer, gardener, hiker, and most importantly a caring father.