Dr. Brian Maran is a certified veterinary cardiologist at Olympia Veterinary Cardiology and visiting specialist at Advanced Care Animal Clinic.

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Dr. Brian Maran

Dr. Maran is board certified by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM) in the specialty of Cardiology.

He earned his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Mississippi State University and completed his small animal medical and surgical internship at The University of Tennessee-Knoxville.

Dr. Maran completed his Residency in Cardiology and Masters degree in pharmacogenomics at Washington State University where he was awarded the Outstanding Resident Research Award by the ACVIM in 2010 and 2011.

Prior to founding Olympic Veterinary Cardiology, Dr. Maran practiced in a multi-doctor specialty clinic near Seattle. He also served as a locum Cardiologist for the University of Florida where he was responsible for student and resident training as well as managing the clinical service, including numerous minimally invasive surgeries.

He has served for years as an adjunct faculty member of Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine. He lectures internationally on various topics in cardiology and veterinary medicine and has presented numerous continuing education lectures for veterinarians throughout the United States.

Dr. Maran is an avid alpine skier, SCUBA diver, private pilot, and hiker. He also volunteers his medical expertise at the Seattle Aquarium and the Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium.

He and his husband of 16 years, Mike, are proud fathers to their son Caleb as well as their four-legged children: Orville – a rescued and extremely rambunctious Jack Russell Terrier and Süda – a spoiled rotten but incredibly sweet rescued Papillon.

About Olympia Veterinary Cardiology

We know that your pet is a part of your family. And your family deserves the best care possible.

Working alongside your primary vet, we’ll diagnose the disease and develop the right plan so your pet receives the best care possible, and the chance to get back to loving life.

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