Date(s) - 14/01/2016
7:15 pm - 10:00 pm
Organising Body: AVSPNI
Topic: Reptile health, husbandry, therapeutics and treatment
Speaker: Bairbre O’Malley
Bairbre O’Malley has over twenty five years’ experience as a veterinary surgeon and has worked throughout Australia, the UK and Ireland. She spent 10 years working in London’s busiest casualty veterinary hospital where she featured regularly on the BBC1 ‘Animal Hospital’ series. She then spent a year lecturing in the Royal Veterinary College on exotics medicine and surgery.
In 2002 she opened her veterinary hospital in Bray, Co. Wicklow treating not only cats, dogs and rabbits but specialising in birds, reptiles and small mammals. She is one of Ireland’s leading authorities on exotic pets and lectures in the Veterinary College, UCD to veterinary surgeons, students and veterinary nurses. In 2008 and 2011 she was a guest speaker on exotics to vets worldwide at the World Small Animal Veterinary conference, (WSAVA) in Ireland and South Korea. She has also regularly featured as resident vet on RTE 1 Nationwide and TV3 Irelands ‘Animal A&E’. Her veterinary textbook on exotics ‘Clinical Anatomy and Physiology of Exotic Species’ sells worldwide and has recently being translated into Chinese.
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