Daniel James Cooper BVSc MRCVS
After a short period in mixed practice Dan has worked at Field Equine Vets since it opened in March 2016. Dan enjoys all aspects of his clinical work, but his main interests include: internal medicine, lameness and dentistry. At Field Equine Vets his roles include overseeing the parasitology and reproduction programmes that the practice offers, alongside routine and emergency out of ours work.
He is currently studying for his Post-Graduate Certificate in Advanced Veterinary Practice (Equine Practice) through The University of Liverpool and is due for completion in Spring 2020 and will sit the exam in Spring 2021.
Dan graduated from The University of Liverpool’s School of Veterinary Science in 2015. Upon departing university, Dan was awarded the ‘Derek Knottenbelt Prize in Equine Medicine’ and the ‘Animal-Care Award’ for contribution to university and veterinary life alongside outstanding academic achievement. In 2016 his dissertation “No evidence that therapeutic systemic corticosteroid administration is associated with laminitis in adult horses without underlying endocrine or severe systemic disease” was published as an RCVS knowledge summary. Outside of work he enjoys playing cricket locally and spending time with his friends and family. He spends his weekends looking after the ever-increasing collection of animals at home and being the vet, groom and EDT for his horse Token that he shares with his partner.