Online Speakers

1 March - 4 March 2021

Owen Davies

MA VetMB MVetMed MANZCVS(SAM) DACVIM(Oncology) RCVS & American Specialist in Veterinary Oncology


Oncology without a CT scanner – what can I do in-house?
11:10 - Small Animal Medicine
Conquering the fear: splenic tumours – confidently dealing with emergency and incidental findings
12:15 - Small Animal Medicine


Common cancers in dogs and cats – why should we be scared of treating them?
09:00 - Veterinary Nursing

Owen graduated from Cambridge University in 2005 and worked in a rural practice for three years before undertaking a rotating internship and then two years of work for charities, at first in India and then back in the UK. In 2011 he moved to work in a large hospital practice and emergency centre where he focused on medical cases, and in 2014 he moved to the Royal Veterinary College to further specialise in veterinary oncology. After completing his residency term at the Royal Veterinary College he started work for Highcroft Referrals in 2017.

Owen passed examinations to award him membership of the Australian & New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists (chapter of Small Animal Medicine) in 2012 and passed speciality examinations of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine in 2017. He was awarded American Specialist status in veterinary oncology in 2018 and RCVS specialist status in 2019. Owen holds a Master’s degree based on research into canine lymphoma and is interested in all aspects of medical oncology, especially haematopoietic malignancies, targeted therapy for cancer and paraneoplastic disease.