Dr. Campbell has been involved in veterinary medicine since 1994 when he received his Veterinary Technician Certification (CVT). He later went on to attain a Bachelors Degree in Animal Technology with a double minor in Chemistry and Biology from the prestigious University of Denver.
Following graduation he spent several years as a CVT supervisor in small animal emergency and critical care medicine in both Illinois and Colorado. Additionally, he spent 2 years prior to going to vet school at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo in Colorado Springs as the hospital manger and head certified technician where he worked with an extensive collection of exotic species. Dr. Campbell also has had several occasions to work professionally with the Colorado Division of Wildlife and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on many of Colorado and Wyoming’s wildlife. species.
Dr. Campbell graduated from Mississippi State University, with a degree in Veterinary Medicine. After earning his DVM, he worked for the Denver Zoo and currently volunteers on a wildlife research project with the Florida Gulf Coast University on methylmercury toxicity in blacktip sharks along with his career at SVS as an emergency veterinarian.