RSSAuthor Archive for Kevin Eatwell

Kevin graduated from Bristol University Veterinary School (UK) in 1995 and started off in mixed practice whilst developing clientele with exotic pets. He obtained his certificate in zoological medicine in 2001.

Subsequently his time was spent working for wildlife hospitals, zoological collections, commercial clinical pathology laboratories and exotic pet practices.

He obtained his diploma in zoological medicine in 2006 and became an RCVS recognised specialist in zoo and wildlife medicine in 2007. In 2009 he was the first person in the UK to be awarded the ECZM diploma and specialist status.

He has lectured internationally about exotic animal species and is widely published. He works as a Lecturer in Exotic Animal and Wildlife Medicine at the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies, providing clinical services to the exotic animal and wildlife service.

Kevin also has a keen interest in avian medicine and surgery. His family has been keen aviculturists and Kevin has kept birds since he was 12 years old. He currently keeps a variety of South Asian Softbills and with his family maintains an exhibition stud of budgerigars. He advises the UK based Budgerigar Society.

Ask The Vet – with Kevin Eatwell

Ask The Vet – with Kevin Eatwell

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