Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Zaragoza and Advanced Management Program. Marketing Management (ESADE, Barcelona)
Joined the Affinity team in 1988 on the commercial team, moving in 1995 to the Marketing Department where he focused on veterinary marketing. He then took responsibility in the area of Marketing for the ADVANCE and ADVANCE DIETS brands. Since 2016 he has been responsible for the digital ecosystem for Vets&Clinics veterinarians.
Uveitis in dogs is one of the main causes of eye disease and blindness.1
Signs of corneal ulcer in dogs include pain, blepharospasm, enophthalmos, miosis, conjunctival hyperaemia and excessive tearing.
Feline corneal sequestrum is an eye disease that begins with the appearance of brown or black plaques on the corneal epithelium and stroma (the most superficial layers of the cornea). The lesion is exclusive to cats and horses.