Jim Clawson graduated from the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine in 2001. He moved to the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex that same year and began practicing veterinary medicine. After almost 20 years as a small animal practitioner he decided to commit exclusively to ultrasonography.
Not only does Dr. Clawson enjoy ultrasonography but he also enjoys consulting with veterinarians about cases. Thanks to his experience and relationships with experts he is able to bring you practical new insight on your cases.
His services allow you the opportunity to offer ultrasonography, echocardiography, and diagnostic ECG services to your patients in your practice. Through his ongoing association with nationally recognized experts in the field, he is able to bring to your practice the most up to date diagnostic services.
Dr. Clawson has had the honor and privilege of training with and being taught by Tom Sherrill, DVM DABPV (Feline/Canine Practice). Dr. Clawson has also earned certifications in multiple echocardiogram and abdominal courses. He enjoys learning and is always striving to stay up to date with the constant new information in veterinary medicine.
In addition to his mobile ultrasound consultation practice, Dr. Clawson is currently a member of the WAVE- We Are Veterinary Education team. He has also worked at Sound Technologies in ultrasonography labs.
Dr. Clawson brings to your veterinary practice state of the art ultrasound imaging. He serves the North Texas area.
Dr. Sherrill purchased his first ultrasound machine in 1996 while in private practice. He has since completed over 250 hours of abdominal and cardiac ultrasound training at the Academy of Veterinary Imaging at Sound Technologies in Arlington, TX. Dr. Sherrill further advanced his ultrasound diagnostic skills by interning over a 3-‐year period with Dr. Marty Henderson, founder of SonoVet, a mobile ultrasound practice serving the Greater San Antonio area.
Dr. Sherrill first discovered his passion for diagnostic ultrasound as a biomedical engineer, soon after graduating with honors from University of Florida College of Electrical Engineering. He then earned his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at the Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine. He has practiced more than 25 years as a small animal practitioner.
In 1997, Dr. Sherrill became board certified as a specialist in canine and feline practice by the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners. He continues to retain and update this diplomat status.