Dr. Laura Greene meet the team

Laura Greene, DVM, DACVIM

Sr. Professional Services Veterinarian, Internal Medicine, National

Dr. Laura Greene is a passionate veterinarian who has dedicated her career to improving animal health and the communication between veterinarians and pet owners. With a background in internal medicine, she has a strong expertise in diagnosing and treating complex medical issues in animals.

In her role at Merck Animal Health, Dr. Greene works as a Sr. Professional Services Veterinarian and serves as a national internal medicine expert. She actively engages with veterinarians and their staff across the United States, sharing her knowledge and insights on various topics related to small animal internal medicine and veterinary practices. Her goal is to educate and empower veterinary professionals so they can provide the best possible care to their patients.

Dr. Greene has a special talent for simplifying complex concepts in veterinary medicine, making them accessible and understandable for pet owners. She values effective communication and strives to bridge the gap between veterinarians and pet owners, ensuring that important information about animal health and treatments is conveyed accurately and comprehensively.

Beyond her professional endeavors, Dr. Greene enjoys pursuing artistic hobbies such as watercolor painting. She also cherishes her time spent with her husband and son and the family’s Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Primrose.

“Veterinary medicine is such an exciting and innovative field, and I am at my happiest when able to share my enthusiasm for all the new ways we are able to help our pets live longer and healthier lives.”


  • Bachelor of Science, Biology, Duke University
  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine

Areas of Interest

  • Endocrinology
  • Immunology
  • Infectious disease
  • Internal medicine


  • Greene L, Royal KD, Bradley JM, Lascelles BDX, Johnson LR, Hawkins EC. Severity of nasal inflammatory disease questionnaire for canine idiopathic rhinitis control: instrument development and initial validity evidence. J Vet Intern Med. 2017;31:134–141.
  • Greene L, Marcellin-Little D, Lascelles BDX. Associations among exercise duration, lameness severity, and hip joint range of motion in Labrador Retrievers with hip dysplasia. J Am Vet Med Assn. 2013;242:1528–1533.