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Angelica Veterinary Surgeon

Posted: Thursday the 16th July, 2020. 11h59

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Overview: Dear all,
I graduated in April 2016 and after that I worked in a local zoo for 12 months. There I was involved in both routine and emergency work with zoo animals.
I moved in UK in March 2017 and my first work experience was an internship at Pool house Equine Clinic, where my role was particularly focused on anaesthesia and management of critical care inpatients. I was doing general clinical work as well. After that experience I worked as a general large animal clinician for two practices, one in Yorkshire and one in Scotland. Both had a specialistic equine unit with facilities for hospitalization and an approximate 50% share of farm workload, so I had the opportunity to gain experience with farm animals as well. Regarding this aspect, as I said, the farm work was mainly beef and sheep, but I was very keen on doing calls for small holders who had “unusual” patients, such as camelids, goats and pigs. My dream would be working with exotic and zoo animals, and for that reason, I am currently doing a post graduate master on conservation medicine with the University of Edinburgh. Up in Scotland I was also lucky enough to occasionally cooperate with a local wildlife centre (Camperdown). Getting back to the large animal work, I am interested in every aspect of equine medicine, with a particular focus on endoscopy, whenever it’s possible to perform. I’m quite happy with farm animal routine work and emergencies, with the exception of some specific dairy work such as advanced fertility. As a parallel activity, I’m currently working on a project in Canada regarding wild P.horses anaesthesia.
If you need anything else , contact me anytime.

Best Regards
Angelica Ferro

Gender: Female
Current location: United Kingdom
Qualifications: Veterinary surgeon
Qualified at: University
Country qualified: Italy
RCVS registered: Yes
Been qualified for: 4 years. I graduated in 2016
Type of practice I have experience in: Pure Equine practices, mixed large animals and zoo and wildlife
Sole charge experience: Yes
Accommodation needed: Yes
Drivers licence: Yes
Availability: September 2020
Special Interests: Equine , camelids medicine and zoo and wildlife medicine
Computer skills: Microsoft, Excel, Word, Power Point
Desired location: Anywhere

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