Dr. Daniel Shinsako grew up in Oak Park, Illinois. He received his Bachelor of Science in Animal Sciences with a certificate in Japanese language and culture from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He then earned his Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Dr. Shinsako then joined the team at Wheat Ridge Animal Hospital as an Associate Veterinarian in June 2021
Daniel has a passion for surgery and hopes to complete a surgical residency in the future. Outside of veterinary medicine, he enjoys staying active by running with his pup Kai, and playing ice hockey. His cat, Ember, is less fond of the exercise.
- The post-natal development of intraocular pressure in normal domestic cats (Felis catus) and in feline congenital glaucoma, Experimental Eye Research, January 2018, Read Article
- RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CORNEAL SENSITIVITY, CORNEAL THICKNESS, CORNEAL DIAMETER AND INTRAOCULAR PRESSURE IN NORMAL CATS AND CATS WITH CONGENITAL GLAUCOMA, Journal of Veterinary Ophthalmology, March 2018, Read Article