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Kansas State University

Faculty

 

David Eshar

 

 

 

David Eshar, DVM, Dipl. ABVP (Exotic Companion Mammals), Dipl. ECZM (Small Mammals)
Assistant Professor, Exotics, Wildlife and Zoological Medicine

Phone: 785-532-4263
E-mail: deshar@vet.k-state.edu

 

 

 

 

 

 

Professional Training:

• Residency: University of Pennsylvania
• Internship: Tufts University
• DVM: Koret School of Veterinary Medicine, Hebrew University, Israel
• MA: Hebrew University, Israel
• BA: Hebrew University, Israel

Teaching:

• Zoological Medicine (3rd year)
• Exotic Animal, Wildlife and Zoo Animal Medicine (Clinical Rotations - 4th year)

Research:

  • Slow release antimicrobial pharmacokinetics in pigeons and ferrets
  • Renal radiology of lemurs, rabbits and ferrets
  • Urine properties of ferrets
  • Clinical pathology of chelonians, flamingos and prairie dogs

Clinical: Dr. Eshar’s clinical interests include:

Dr. Eshar’s interests revolve around the teaching and clinical training of veterinary students, interns and residents in the medicine, captive management, and diseases of companion exotic animals.

Selected Publications