Dr. Robert

Dr. Robert Weedon

Designation: Medical Director and HQHVSN Surgeon

Institute: Animal Rescue Coalition, Sarasota, FL

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About Me

Education:
1977: Bachelor of Science, Animal Science, Purdue University
1981: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Purdue University
2002: Management Academy for Public Health, UNC-Chapel Hill
2005: Master of Public Health, UNC-Chapel Hill
2007: Southeast Public Health Leadership Institute
2010: Certified in Esterilsol™ and Zeuterin™ Administration, Ark Sciences
2020: ASPCA Spay/Neuter Alliance Veterinary Training Program

Employment:
1981-1984: Owner & Veterinarian, Lewis Veterinary Hospital
1984-2009: Senior Partner & Veterinarian, College Road Animal Hospital
1990-2005: Owner & Partner, Wilmington Animal Emergency Clinic
1994-1996: President, Board of Directors
2009-2011: Veterinary Outreach Coordinator, Global Alliance for Rabies Control
2010-2017: Master Trainer, Esterilsol™ and Zeuterin™, Ark Sciences
2011-2013: Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Illinois
2011-2016: Shelter Veterinarian, Champaign County Humane Society
2013-2018: Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Illinois
2015-2018: Service Head, Shelter Medicine, University of Illinois
2019-2023: HQHVSN Surgeon, TLC PetSnip, Lakeland, FL
2023-2024: HQHVSN Surgeon, Humane Society of Polk County
2023-Present: Spay/Neuter Instructional Program (SNIP)
2024-Present: Medical Director and HQHVSN Surgeon, Animal Rescue Coalition, Sarasota, FL

Teaching Experience:
1978-1979: Laboratory Instructor, Anatomy for Veterinary Technicians School of Veterinary Medicine, Purdue University
1999-2011: Adjunct Professor in Honors and Biology, University of North Carolina Wilmington

2005: Teaching Assistant, Epidemiology 160, School of Public Health Fall University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
2011-2013: Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Illinois
2013-2018: Clinical Assistant Professor College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Illinois

Awards:
2002: Management Academy for Public Health: Best Project Award; Most Fundable Project
2007: Southeast Public Health Leadership Institute: Best Leadership Project Award; Teamwork Award
2008: National Animal Control Association: Bill Lehman Memorial Award
2020: Alley Cat Allies: Oliver Award

Clinical Focus:
Spay-Neuter

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