Seeing IS Believing! Veterinary Ophthalmologists are Reaching Out to Service Dogs All Over America!
Dr. Nancy Bromberg ..................................
Service dogs perform various tasks very well. They need to be at their healthy best to aid their people. Tune into this special Oh Behave episode as host Arden Moore spotlights Dr. Nancy Bromberg, a veterinary ophthalmologist and Sandra Bell, a proud pet parent of Quincy, her Golden Retriever mobility service dog. Learn what to look for in your dog to catch eye conditions early and find out more details about the upcoming 6th annual ACVO/Merial National Free Service Animal Eye Exam Event that kicks off in May. To qualify, you need to sign up in April.
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VMD from The University of Pennsylvania 1978
1 year of General Practice
Combined NIH Fellowship/Residency in Comparative Ophthalmology at the University of Florida 1979-1982
MS from U. of FL 1983
Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Ophthalmology 1982
Veterinary Ophthalmology practice in the greater Washington DC area since 1982
Currently the staff ophthalmologist at VCA/SouthPaws in Fairfax, VA
General Veterinary Ophthalmology:
Consulting for several research laboratories
Volunteer at the National Zoo and Washington Animal Rescue League
Special interest in Inherited ocular diseases in the dog and cat
Member of the ACVO Genetics Committee 1995-2005: the last 3 years as the Chair
Invited to the European panel on inherited eye disease in 2001
Perform 10-12 Breeding dog clinics/year for various kennel clubs, breed clubs and kennels
Member of the ACVO Public Relations Committee since 2009: current Chair