Dr. Weston Davis is a second-generation veterinarian from South Florida. His father is retired from veterinary medicine and his family raises beef cattle in Clewiston, Florida. Dr. Davis graduated from the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine in 2008. During his studies, he was awarded the Barbaro Gulfstream Scholarship, the Calder Race Course Scholarship, and the Student Award for Excellence in Large Animal Surgery.
After graduation, Dr. Davis completed his internship in Sports Medicine and Surgery at Oakridge Equine Hospital, followed by a residency in Equine Surgery at North Carolina State University. In 2012, he became board certified in Large Animal Surgery by the American College of Veterinary Surgeons. Before joining Palm Beach Equine Clinic, Dr. Davis spent 1.5 years as a staff surgeon at a private practice referral center in Texas, and has authored and co-authored publications on topics including colic surgery in performance horses, MRI diagnosis of tendon lesions, and novel imaging and surgical techniques. He has spoken at several national and state conferences.
Dr. Davis is an avid sportsman, and his hobbies include team roping, fishing, hunting, waterskiing and almost any outdoor activity.