Dr. Danielle M. Hundley is originally from a small town north of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. She received both her undergraduate and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degrees from Iowa State University. Critical care medicine was always her interest and passion throughout her veterinary studies. To that end, she completed internships at Wisconsin Veterinary Referral Center (Waukesha, WI) and Eastern Iowa Veterinary Specialty Center (Cedar Rapids, IA). She then completed a comprehensive residency in small animal emergency and critical care and earned her Master of Science degree at Purdue University. Dr. Hundley's special interests include minimally invasive vascular access, fluid therapy, trauma, mechanical ventilation, SIRS/Sepsis, and ultrasonography.
When she is not caring for critically ill patients, Dr. Hundley enjoys spending time with her extended family and exploring the outdoors with her Labrador Retriever named Cash. She also enjoys traveling, camping, baking, crafting, theater, music, and attending Cyclone athletic events (although she admits she will give being a Husker fan a chance).