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At-Home Fitness Tips with Dr. Evan Antin

At-Home Fitness Tips with Dr. Evan Antin

Welcome to our first installment of our Fun Webinar series to break up your stressful weeks with something to look forward to! These webinars are for our human clients and intended to give you a mental break, learn something new and fun, or cater to your own emotional and mental wellbeing.

Join us for fun and fitness with Dr. Evan Antin, Instagram’s most-followed veterinarian with over 1.3 million followers. Dr. Antin will be sharing his journey in becoming a veterinarian and some of his favorite at-home workout tips for humans, and then set aside time for Q&A.

Dr. Antin went viral after being featured in People Magazine’s “Sexiest Man Alive” issue in 2014, and again in 2016 & 2017. Dubbed “the sexiest veterinarian,” he took the Internet by storm.

He will be launching his first book “World Wild Vet” in October 2020 with his publisher Henry Holt (under Macmillan). This book covers Dr. Antin’s life from young wildlife/animal super-enthusiast all the way to his veterinary and wildlife conservation work around the world.

Dr. Antin originally hails from Kansas City, Kansas, where he grew up spending the majority of his childhood in search of native wildlife including snakes, turtles, and insects. He went on to study evolutionary and ecological biology at the University of Colorado at Boulder and spent multiple semesters abroad in Australia and Tanzania to learn more about their respective ecosystems and fauna.

In addition to his love for cats and dogs, Dr. Antin’s passions lie in exotic animal medicine and interacting with exotic animals in their native habitats around the world. For more than a decade, Dr. Antin worked with wildlife in locations such as Central America, Australia, New Zealand, South America, Eastern and Southern Africa, South East Asia, and a variety of North American ecosystems.

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