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Dr. Dan Brogdon

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Phone: (912) ***-****  HQ Phone
The Animal Eye Clinic
1 Southern Oaks Ct Suite #400
Savannah, Georgia 31405
United States

Company Description: The Animal Eye Clinic is a specialty referral practice limited to veterinary ophthalmology. Our goal is to provide your pet with quality ophthalmic services using...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Colonel
    US Army
  • Military Only Veterinary Ophthalmologist
    United State

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • board certified

Education

  • DVM
  • MS
  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine ( DVM
    University of Georgia
  • Master's degree , comparative ophthalmology
    University of Illinois
Web References
Meet Our Team | The Animal Eye Clinic
www.georgiaeyevet.com, 26 Jan 2013 [cached]
Dr. Dan Brogdon, DVM, MS
Dr. Dan Brogdon received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) from the University of Georgia in 1978. He attended graduate school and completed an ophthalmology residency and obtained a Master's degree in comparative ophthalmology at the University of Illinois from 1983 to 1986. He attended the Basic Eye Course at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California in 1985. Dr. Brogdon is board certified by the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists and his Master's degree involved the study of corneal healing and epithelial growth factors. Dr. Brogdon retired from the US Army as a Colonel where he served as the United State's military only veterinary ophthalmologist. His assignments included clinical, research and command positions both in America and overseas. Dr. Brogdon has authored numerous articles and is a popular speaker providing continuing education in the area of veterinary ophthalmology. He is active in organized veterinary medicine at the local, state and national level.
From left: Donna Rascoe, Dr. Leslie ...
savannahnow.com, 12 Nov 2007 [cached]
From left: Donna Rascoe, Dr. Leslie Mailler with the Oatland Island Wildlife Center, Dr. Daniel Brogdon and Leanne Jennings perform cataract surgery on a barred owl at the Savannah Animal Eye Clinic on Monday. (Hunter McRae/Savannah Morning News)
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But this owl will be up and eating mice in no time thanks to surgery performed Monday by veterinary ophthalmologist Dan Brogdon of the Animal Eye Clinic in Savannah.
"Any animal can get a cataract," Brogdon said.
...
They took the owl to Brogdon, the only veterinary ophthalmologist in the region.He saw right away that the owl had cataracts.
Humans with similar vision loss might get glasses or contacts, but Brogdon said surgery was the only way to prevent the beautiful brown and white speckled bird from going blind.He offered to do the procedure for free.
Monday morning, Brogdon put on green hospital scrubs and a surgical mask and went to work.
It was a routine, but delicate 45-minute procedure in which the owl had to be anesthetized.Brogdon has done the procedure 15 times before on birds of prey from zoos.
"I make a small incision, and with a $50,000 phaco-emulsification machine I can go in with a needle, break up the cataract and aspirate it out," Brogdon said.
Dr. Dan ...
www.acvoconference.org, 15 July 2011 [cached]
Dr. Dan Brogdon
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Dr. Dan Brogdon, DVM, MS, DACVO
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Dr. Dan Brogdon received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) from the University of Georgia in 1978. He attended graduate school and completed an ophthalmology residency and obtained a Master's degree in comparative ophthalmology at the University of Illinois from 1983-1986. He attended the Basic Eye Course at Stanford University in Palo Alto, CA in 1985 and the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology for the Ophthalmology histopathology course in 1987. Dr. Brogdon is Board certified by the American college of Veterinary Ophthalmologists and the American College of Preventive medicine. His Master's degree involved the study of corneal healing and epithelial growth factors.
Dr. Brogdon retired from the US Army as a Colonel where he served as the United States Military's only veterinary ophthalmologist. Dr. Brogdon has authored numerous articles in scientific peer review journals and is a popular speaker providing continuing education in the area of veterinary medicine and practice management. He is active in veterinary medicine at the local, state and national level. Dr Brogdon has owned and worked in multiple veterinary referral specialty practices in both Florida and Georgia. Currently he is the owner and chief ophthalmologist of the Savannah and Fayetteville animal eye clinics in Georgia.
From left: Donna Rascoe, Dr. Leslie ...
www.savannahnow.com, 12 Nov 2007 [cached]
From left: Donna Rascoe, Dr. Leslie Mailler with the Oatland Island Wildlife Center, Dr. Daniel Brogdon and Leanne Jennings perform cataract surgery on a barred owl at the Savannah Animal Eye Clinic on Monday. (Hunter McRae/Savannah Morning News)
...
But this owl will be up and eating mice in no time thanks to surgery performed Monday by veterinary ophthalmologist Dan Brogdon of the Animal Eye Clinic in Savannah.
"Any animal can get a cataract," Brogdon said.
...
They took the owl to Brogdon, the only veterinary ophthalmologist in the region.He saw right away that the owl had cataracts.
Humans with similar vision loss might get glasses or contacts, but Brogdon said surgery was the only way to prevent the beautiful brown and white speckled bird from going blind.He offered to do the procedure for free.
Monday morning, Brogdon put on green hospital scrubs and a surgical mask and went to work.
It was a routine, but delicate 45-minute procedure in which the owl had to be anesthetized.Brogdon has done the procedure 15 times before on birds of prey from zoos.
"I make a small incision, and with a $50,000 phaco-emulsification machine I can go in with a needle, break up the cataract and aspirate it out," Brogdon said.
germanshepherds.com News Articles - Pets in Surgery, Owners Have New Options for Injured Animals
www.germanshepherds.com, 29 Feb 2000 [cached]
Veterinarian ophthalmologist Dan Brogdon does an exam.Affiliated does 2, 500 to 3, 000 surgeries per year at two sites. - Don Burk/staff.
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