Dr. Corriveau

Dr. Lori Corriveau is currently one of the veterinarians at the Purdue Veterinary Wellness Clinic. Originally from Hershey, Pennsylvania, she is a 1999 graduate of the Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine. She returned to Purdue after a couple of years in private practice in Flora and Alexandria, Indiana. She enjoys seeing exotic (non-traditional) pets, as well as dogs and cats. Dr. Corriveau works with our students performing electrive surgery on exotic pets. She is also involved with the use of our surgical CO2 laser for pain free declaws and pet lumpectomies.

Dr. Corriveau participates in a one hour radio show with AgriTAlk from 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. CST based out of St. Louis, MO and broadcasted on a number of radio channels of the Midwest states. In Indiana, the radio stations include WILO 1570 AM Frankfort and WSVX 1520 AM Shelbyville. You can enjoy the talks from your computer or internet at www.agritalk.com.

She is happily married to her husband Brian Shepler, a pharmacist and faculty member here at Purdue. They have a son named Benjamin (born 12/16/06) and a daughter named Lydia (born 2/19/10) who keep them very busy. Dr. Corriveau also has a sheltie named Josie and 3 cats (Titan, Morris, and Dragon). She enjoys spending time with her family and pets.

Dr. Corriveau's hobbies and interests include aquaculture, cooking, and collecting armadillo figurines.

Dr. Corriveau
Photo courtesy of Vincent Walters
(828 Main Street, Lafayette IN)

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