Dr. Natalie Greco is originally from Northern California and completed her undergraduate studies at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. After receiving her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Kansas State University, she completed a small animal rotating internship with VCA West Los Angeles in California. Following that, she completed a surgical internship with the VCA Animal Specialty and Emergency Center in Los Angeles before she found her way to Wisconsin. She then spent an additional two years working in emergency medicine and surgery before finding her full-time role as a Surgical Associate Veterinarian at the Wisconsin Veterinary Referral Center in Waukesha.
Dr. Greco’s professional interests include wound management, emergency, and orthopedic surgery. She has an interest in 3D printing and aspires to incorporate that into surgical planning in the future. She enjoys teaching and mentoring the future generation of veterinarians and collaborating with other specialists to bring forth the best care possible for her patients.
Dr. Greco is kept busy in her free time with gardening, crochet, and an array of animals – a yellow Labrador (Maverick), a house cat (Lily), chickens (Pam, Cindy, Carmen, Yolko, Tyra), and a quarter horse (Georgia).
- “Case Report: Jejunal Extraskeletal Osterosarcoma in a Mixed Breed Dog.” Nxtbook, Pulse, Dec. 2020, Read Article
Outside the Office
In her spare time, Dr. Greco enjoys to get creative with oil painting and crochet. She also likes to get outdoors and spend time with her horse (Georgia), young labrador retriever (Maverick), and cat (Lily).