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John Chitty BVetMed CertZooMed MRCVS

Dr. John Chitty is a Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) Advanced Practitioner in Zoological Medicine. He qualified from the Royal Veterinary College in 1990 and gained a RCVS Certificate in Zoological Medicine in 2000. Dr. Chitty is co-director of a small animal/exotics practice in Andover, Hampshire UK with a 100% avian/exotics/small mammal caseload, both referral and first opinion. He is consultant to seven zoological collections, a commercial laboratory, and the Great Bustard Reintroduction project. Dr. Chitty has co-edited three texts on avian medicine, one on rabbit surgery, and he is co-author of a textbook on tortoise medicine…

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Keeping and Treating Mediterranean Tortoises

John Chitty BVetMed CertZooMed MRCVS presented a live, interactive webinar on the unique features of this group of terrestrial Chelonia and how these adaptations to a unique biome affect husbandry and disease investigation. This presentation provides an overview on identification and sexing, captive husbandry, hibernation needs and management, reproduction and follicular stasis, clinical investigations, hospitalization needs, and disease prevention.