Originally from the south shore of Montreal, Dr Alex Terreros graduated from the University of
Montreal Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in 2014. He then completed a rotating internship at the same
institution in 2015, as well as a surgical internship at CENTREDMVET in 2016.
After a year in general practice, he moved to the United States to begin a residency in veterinary
surgery. He completed his residency program at the Metropolitan Veterinary Hospital, a private referral
hospital in the Cleveland, Ohio area. He returns to Montreal excited to be close to his family and friends, and
enthusiastic about being able to use the advanced training he acquired abroad to benefit the pets in Quebec.
Dr Alex Terreros possesses the expertise required to perform orthopedics, neurosurgery, and soft tissue
surgery. Additionally, having trained in a facility where minimally invasive surgery techniques were used
regularly, he is able to offer various minimally invasive options to his patients to provide them with a more
rapid and comfortable recovery. During his residency, he participated in numerous research projects and
published scientific articles in both major veterinary surgery journals as a first author. In his spare time, he
enjoys sports (soccer, hockey, boxing) and has recently discovered an interest in hiking.
Terreros, A., & Daye, R. M. (2020). Prospective
evaluation of a citrate-based biomaterial wedge for a Modified Maquet Procedure to treat cranial cruciate
ligament rupture: short- and mid-term outcomes in 13 dogs. Veterinary and Comparative Orthopaedics and
Terreros, A, & Daye, R. M. (2020). Modified cranial closing wedge
osteotomy to treat cranial cruciate ligament deficient stifles with excessive tibial plateau angles:
Complications, owner satisfaction, and midterm to long‐term outcomes. Veterinary Surgery.
Miller, Z. A., Padgett, S., Terreros, A, & Pearce, E. (2020). Tracheal Squamous Cell Carcinoma Treated with
Tracheal Resection and Anastomosis in a Cat. Case Reports in Veterinary Medicine, 2020.
Follette, C. M., Terreros, A, & Padgett, S. L. (2019). Successful Surgical Therapy of a Double Aortic
Arch in a 10-Month-Old Mixed Breed Dog. Case reports in veterinary medicine, 2019.
Cortina, B. L., Terreros, A, & Daye, R. M. (in press). Short-term outcomes and complications of a
modified tibial tuberosity transposition technique for the treatment of medial patellar luxation in dogs.
Cortina, B. L., Terreros, A, & Daye, R. M. (in press). Prospective investigation of the impact of
suture material selection, either polydioxanone or poliglecaprone 25, on tibial plateau leveling osteotomy
incisional dehiscence rates. Journal of Small Animal Practice.