Daniel Rost, CVT
OVTAA Board Director- Membership
Daniel started in veterinary medicine in 2008 working as a veterinary assistant for Cat Adoption Team. He then transitioned to the Oregon Humane Society in 2010 where he held numerous roles including serving on the shelter medicine leadership team, over seeing the foster department, and pioneering a new role as the Humane Law Enforcement forensic veterinary technician. In 2015, Daniel passed the VTNE and became a licensed technician.
After 8 years at O.H.S. Daniel went on to work in wildlife rehabilitation and is currently working for Buckman Veterinary Clinic as a small animal certified veterinary technician.
Daniel currently volunteers as a foster home for differently abled and neonatal animals through several local rescues. Daniel has a passion for reptiles and amphibians and currently cares for chameleons, tortoises, frogs, and geckos. He also shares his home with his husband and child, two French bulldogs, a cavalier King Charles, and a Persian cat.