Dr.Adam Christman

Multimedia Influencer, Veterinary, Author, Social Media Personality, Professor, Fitness Enthusiast

Adam Christman, DVM, MBA, is the chief veterinary officer for dvm360® — an MJH Life Sciences® company — who oversees content strategy and development and is the brand voice and personality for dvm360®’s multimedia channels. As a charismatic leader, he brings wit, humor, and authenticity to animal health care as the host of a new web-based talk show, dvm360 Live!™, The Vet Blast Podcast, continuing education webinars, and live media broadcasts.

Christman also has been in private practice and shelter medicine for 18 years and is currently a member and treasurer of the New Jersey Veterinary Medical Association. He received his DVM degree from Iowa State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in Ames, Iowa, and his MBA from Aspen University in Denver, Colorado.

Dr. Adam is a national thought leader, speaker and author on practice management, social media, and rehabilitation

As an avid social media influencer for animal health care, he has over 892K followers on TikTok and 53,000 followers on Instagram. He loves to engage with fellow pet parents and veterinary professionals across social media. Christman is an advocate of Pride VMC and Pawsibilities. He is also the proud dog dad to 4 dachshunds and believes no one should be deprived of the incredible human-animal bond.



Proud Dad of

4 Dachshunds!

Honey, Have You Squeezed the Dachshund?

Dr. Adam Co-Authored "Honey, Have You Squeezed the Dachshund?"

“Honey, Have You Squeezed the Dachshund? A Pet Owner’s Guide for Owners Who Are Terrified of IVDD”—a book on dogs with disabilities. He has been featured in multiple publications and appeared on various multimedia shows throughout the United States, sharing his expertise and passion on all things veterinary medicine.

With humor and kindness, Kristin Leydig Bryant and Dr. Adam Christman walk you through caring for dogs with intervertebral disc disease (IVDD). Topics include:

  • How to recognize the earliest signs of this inherited condition
  • Ways to minimize the risk of a painful or paralyzing disc rupture
  • Advice on choosing a treatment path and providing follow-up care

"Read it. Highlight important sections. If you have a dachshund (or any longbodied dog) of any age, this book will guide you through coping with IVDD, whether your dog is in an active episode or in recovery. IVDD dogs know joy, love, and doxietude! IVDD dogs are tenacious, strong, and whether they have wheels or four paws on the floor, they are ready for action!"

– Brenda Johnson, co-founder of K9BackPack.com and Getalongdog Rescue; dachshund mom to Billie(IVDD survivor) and Freddie

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