Resident in Zoological Medicine (Avian),
Great Western Exotics
Dominic qualified in 2015 from the University of Nottingham School of Veterinary Medicine and Science. Since qualifying he has worked in small animal and exotics clinics, gaining experience with small animal, exotic companion and zoo species, before moving solely into exotics work in 201. Dominic completed an 18-month exotic species internship before starting an ECZM avian residency at Great Western Exotics in January 2021. Dominic holds the General Practitioner Certificate in Exotic Animal Practice with the International School of Veterinary Postgraduate Studies and is currently in the process of completing his Certificate in Advanced Veterinary Practice (Zoological Medicine) with the University of Edinburgh. Dom has presented at an international level and is currently leading research projects in CPR medicine in avian species, as well as air-sac cannulation in psittacine species and wingtip oedema in birds of prey. Dom's clinical interests include emergency and critical care medicine of exotics species and exotic species oncology, as well as supporting general practitioners to provide improved accessibility of exotic species care.